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Drafting

Drafting

Length 1,500 Hours
Admissions Contact Nancy Stevens - stevensn@pcsb.org
Course Information Ryan Gorman - 727-893-2500 ext. 2550
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Mission: The mission of this program is to provide students with the technical training to secure and maintain employment; enabling them to be economically self-sufficient; to adapt to an evolving workplace; and to be willing, lifelong learners.

Program C100200 consists of a planned sequence of courses.

Instruction will be on the state of the art Autodesk software that will include AutoCAD, AutoCAD Civil 3D, AutoCAD Inventor, Revit, and Revit Structural.

Blueprint Reader - Course TDR0070 (150 hours) – Training includes basic drafting skills, fundamentals of computers, multi-view, sectional, and auxiliary drawings, as well as basic dimensioning, and an introduction to AutoCAD.

Drafting Assistant - Course TDR0370 (450 hours) – Training includes pictorials, surface developments, basic architectural drawings, basic civil drawings, basic electrical/electronic drawings, using AutoCAD, communication skills, applied mathematics, basic science, employability skills and entrepreneurship.

Drafting Detailer 1 - Course TDR0775 (150 hours) – This course introduces the student to Building Information Modeling (BIM) using Revit software. Training includes producing 3-D architectural drawings and construction details for a two story residence, and an introduction to AutoCAD Civil 3D software for drafting site plans.

Drafting Detailer 2 - Course TDR0776 (150 hours) – This course will provide training in producing architectural details and utility drawings.

Architectural Drafter - Course TDR0570 (150 hours) – Training includes producing architectural working drawings for a commercial building.

Civil Drafter - Course TDR0874 (150 hours) – Training includes the use of AutoCAD Civil 3D software to design and produce drawings for a subdivision and commercial site.

Mechanical Drafter - Course TDR0777 (150 hours) – Training includes the use of AutoCAD Inventor software to produce advanced mechanical drawings.

Structural Drafter - Course TDR0875 (150 hours) – Training includes the use of Revit Structural software to produce structural drawings for a commercial building.

Distance Education: Available - refer to Distance Learning section.  For additional information go to the 'Online Programs and Courses' page.

Articulation Agreement(s):  St. Petersburg College Architectural Design and Construction Technology, A.S. Degree
St. Petersburg College Drafting and Design Technology, A.S. Degree
St. Petersburg College Industrial Management Technology, A.S. Degree
St. Petersburg College Sustainable Design, Certificate
St. Petersburg College Drafting, Certificate
St. Petersburg College Computer-Aided Design and Drafting, Certificate
St. Petersburg College Engineering Technology Support, Certificate
Statewide Industry Certification Autodesk Certified User - AutoCAD to Architectural Design and Construction Technology, AAS/AS
Statewide Industry Certification Autodesk Certified User - AutoCAD to Drafting and Design Technology, AAS/AS
Statewide Industry Certification Autodesk Certified User – Autodesk Inventor to Engineering Technology, AAS/AS
Statewide Industry Certification Autodesk Certified Associate – Revit Architecture to Architectural Design and Construction Technology, AAS/AS
Statewide Industry Certification Autodesk Certified Associate – Revit Architecture to Building Construction Technology, AAS/AS
Statewide Industry Certification Autodesk Certified Associate – Revit Architecture to Drafting and Design Technology, AAS/AS

Industry Certification(s): Autodesk Certified User - AutoCAD 
Autodesk Certified User - Autodesk Inventor 
Autodesk Certified Associate - Revit Architecture

Minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirement:  70%

Minimum Attendance Requirement:  70%

Basic Skills Entrance/Exit Requirements:  Student's competency in reading, math, and language is pre-assessed using the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE).  Required basic skills grade levels are: Reading-9, Math-10, and Language-9.

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