Recently, a group of young enthusiastic students, who just finished their SPM and A Level exams decided to learn AutoCAD, as a way to find out if their career options they had in mind is really what they wanted to do in the long term.
As they were interested in Architecture, and Interior Design, the 2 day AutoCAD course was designed more towards their interest in these areas. The 2D Autocad drawings exercises were actual drawing exercises from the architecture and Interior design fields. During the course, they asked many good questions about these fields, to clarify the use of AutoCAD in these fields, and all the while getting exposed to how architects and interior designers think. While they were interested in Architecture, they were also exposed to various Engineering fields, to also know what the different fields in Engineering is all about, just to widen the future career scopes.
Learning AutoCAD or any CAD Program, with people experienced in the field gives a good chance to understand the field itself, and also how people in the field think. Sometimes what a person thinks about a field, and also the actual work that goes on in the field can be a little different, and can lead to disappointment. So getting to know the field very early on, before embarking in college life, and getting focused on the subjects, is a good move.
CAD Design Centre, Malaysia
Vyasa is the founder of Cad Design Centre, which teaches Young ones and Adults Computer Aided Design (CAD), 2D, 3D Designs and how it applies to the Engineering, Design and Architectural fields and 3D Printing, in Sri Hartamas, Taman Tun and Puchong.
-> Hartamas Centre
-> Puchong Centre