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AutoCAD Advanced Training Syllabus


AutoCAD Advanced Training continues on from the topics covered in the AutoCAD Essential Training. It covers more sophisticated techniques that extend your mastery of the program. For example, here you go beyond the basic skill of inserting a block to learning how to create blocks, and beyond the basic skill of using a template to understand the process of setting up a template.

2 Days


  • Knowledge of AutoCAD basics as taught in AutoCAD Essential Training or equivalent experience.
  • A working knowledge of basic design/drafting procedures and terminology.
  • A working knowledge of your operating system.


  • Using more advanced editing and construction techniques.
  • Adding parametric constraints to objects.
  • Creating local and global blocks.
  • Setting up layers, styles, and templates.
  • Using advanced plotting and publishing options.

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Authorized Autodesk Training Center:

Trainees / Students completed training will receive Certificate of Completion from Autodesk.

Chapter 1: Working Effectively with AutoCAD
1.1 Creating a Custom Workspace
1.2 Using the Keyboard Effectively
1.3 Object Creation, Selection, and Visibility
1.4 Working in Multiple Drawings
1.5 Copying and Pasting Between Drawings
1.6 Using Grips Effectively
1.7 Additional Layer Tools

Chapter 2: Accurate Positioning
2.1 Coordinate Entry
2.2 Locating Points with Tracking
2.3 Construction Lines
2.4 Placing Reference Points

Chapter 3: Projects – Productivity Tools
3.1 Mechanical Project
3.2 Architectural/Civil Project

Chapter 4: Parametric Drawing
4.1 Working with Constraints
4.2 Geometric Constraints
4.3 Dimensional Constraints

Chapter 5: Working with Blocks
5.1 Creating Blocks
5.2 Editing Blocks
5.3 Removing Unused Elements
5.4 Adding Blocks to Tool Palettes
5.5 Modifying Tool Properties in Tool Palettes

Chapter 6: Projects – Creating and Organizing Blocks
6.1 Mechanical Project
6.2 Architectural Project
6.3 Civil Project

Chapter 7: Creating Templates
7.1 Why Use Templates?
7.2 Controlling Units Display
7.3 Creating New Layers
7.4 Adding Standard Layouts to Templates
7.5 Saving Templates

Chapter 8: Advanced Layouts
8.1 Creating and Using Named Views
8.2 Advanced Viewport Options
8.3 Layer Overrides in Viewports
8.4 Additional Annotative Scale Features

Chapter 9: Annotation Styles
9.1 Creating Text Styles
9.2 Creating Dimension Styles
9.3 Creating Multileader Styles

Chapter 10: Projects – Drawing Setup and Utilities
10.1 Interiors Project
10.2 Mechanical/Schematic Project
10.3 Civil/Map Project

Chapter 11: External References
11.1 Attaching External References
11.2 Modifying External References
11.3 Xref Specific Information

Chapter 12: Projects – Drawing
12.1 Title Block
12.2 Mechanical Project
12.3 Architectural Project