Graduate Diploma in Computer Aided Design: Develop expert skills at computer aided design (CAD)

The Graduate Diploma in Computer Aided Design allows students to develop their knowledge and gain specialist skills relating to the management, integration and utilisation of Computer Aided Design (CAD) in an organisation’s technical design process.

This one year qualification will provide the learning to allow students to apply broad knowledge of CAD tools, concepts and practices to provide effective CAD project outcomes. Students will complete a combination of courses which provides them with skills and knowledge in:

  • Broad CAD fundamentals
  • Applied practical skills and knowledge
  • CAD system and CAD project management
  • Research and critical analysis

Students will enhance their work readiness through project and problem based learning where they will develop their broad based skills and knowledge in the area of CAD developing processes to ensure that CAD projects are executed effectively.

This course is offered to students at the Christchurch-Madras Street campus of the Ara Institute of Canterbury in New Zealand.

Entry Requirements: IELTS 6.0 (academic) or equivalent across all bands and a recognised bachelor’s degree in a field involving technical design.

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