Course syllabus & Duration

  • Introduction
  • File management
  • Orthographic drawings
  • View management
  • Display management
  • Layer management
  • Selection methods
  • Parametric drawings
  • Symbol creation using block
  • BOM / Joinery details creation
  • Isometric drawings
  • Perspective drawings
  • Annotations and Dimensions
  • Team work
  • Layout management
  • Publish and Plot

Courseware Issued
AutoCAD Reference
Guide With Workbook
Duration: 60 hours

  • Introduction
  • Understating the interface
  • MicroStation workflow
  • Working with views
  • Creating and modifying elements
  • Annotation tools
  • Dimensioning
  • Working with levels
  • Working with references
  • Printing methods

Courseware Issued
MicroStation Reference Guide
Duration: 60 hrs

  • 3D modelling concepts in AutoCAD Understand and use viewpoint and UCS
  • Wireframe modelling
  • Solid modelling & editing
  • Mesh modelling & editing
  • Surface modelling & editing
  • Create & manage 2D views from 3D models
  • Materials, lights & rendering
  • Working with images

Courseware Issued AutoCAD Reference Guide With Workbook
Duration: 30 hours

  • Pro/ENGINEER concepts
  • Using the Pro/ENGINEER interface
  • Creating sketcher geometry
  • Creating extrudes, revolves, and ribs
  • Selecting and editing
  • Creating datum features
  • Utilizing internal sketches and embedded datums
  • Creating sweeps and blends
  • Creating holes and shells
  • Creating rounds, chamfers and drafts
  • Variable section sweeps, helical sweeps and swept blends
  • Creating patterns
  • Group, copy, and mirror tools
  • Measuring and inspecting models
  • Advanced reference management
  • Relations and parameters
  • Layers, family tables & UDF
  • Assembling with constraints
  • Exploding assemblies
  • Creating surface features
  • Editing surface features in
  • Pro/ENGINEER
  • Creating drawing views
  • Creating drawing details
  • Using advanced assembly constraints
  • Creating and using component interfaces
  • Creating and using flexible components
  • Using assembly features and shrink/wrap
  • Replacing components in an assembly
  • Understanding simplified reps
  • Creating cross-sections, display styles, and combined views
  • Substituting components by rep, envelope, and model
  • Primary walls, secondary and unattached walls
  • Unbend, bend back and cuts
  • Notches and punches
  • Sheet metal forms
  • Bending & Unbending sheet metal geometry
  • Converting solid parts
  • Sheet metal drawings with flat states and bend order table
  • GD&T

Duration: 60 hours
Courseware Issued
Creo Reference Guide with Workbook

 3D sketching
 Part modelling
 Creating reference geometries
 Editing features
 Advanced modelling tools
 Configuration
 Design table/library features
 Import/export of files
 Surface overview

 Bottom-up assembly
 Top-down assembly
 Exploding assemblies
 Simulation/ Detailing
 BOM, balloon tools
 Sheet metal
 PDM Works
 Weldment
 GD&T

Duration: 60 hours

Courseware Issued
SolidWorks Reference Guide
with Workbook

 Introduction to engineering
 Design
 Different types of numerical
 methods & applications
 Practical applications of FEA
 Basics of finite element method
(FEM)
 Analytical method to solve any
 mechanics problem
 Theoretical FEM procedure to
 solve above mechanics problem
 Theories of failure
 Basic linear & torsional equation
 Getting started with ANSYS
 CAD modelling Using
 ANSYS
 Introduction to meshing

Duration: 60 hours

Courseware Issued
ANSYS Reference Guide

 Instructions to project planning and
management
 What is a project?
 What is project management?
 Project management context
 Project Lifecycle
o 4 Initiation
o 4 Planning
o 4 Execution
o 4 Controlling
o 4 Closure
 Integration management
 Communication management

Duration:16 hours

Courseware Issued
PPM Concepts Reference
Guide

 Activity, calendars – definition, sequencing &
estimation duration
 How to develop a schedule plan and control
 Network analysis – CPM,
 PERT, PDM
 How to prepare work breakdown structure
(WBS)
 How to update WBS
 Constraints
 How to manage cost in a project
 How to do resource planning and cost
estimation
 How to define resource pool and to allocate
resources
 Filters and grouping
 How material resources are being allocated
 Analysing resources by levelling the resource using
crashing, stretching & splitting
 Earned value analysis
 Method of developing different types of reports
according to industrial needs
 Scheduling in multiple projects
 Customisation
 Project

Duration: 30 hours
Courseware Issued
MSP Reference Guide with
Workbook

 Calendars – defining hourly & daily calendar,
weekly, monthly
 Activities – definition, sequencing & estimating
duration
 Effectively using the four types of PDM
relationship
 Scheduling the project
 Monitoring & project controlling
 Defining constraints & overcoming conflicts
 Defining & assigning activity codes
 Defining & assigning WBS codes
 How to organise the activities by using activity
codes & WBS codes
 Reorganizing activities
 Filtering activities
 Defining project codes
 Preparing resource information
 How to apply resource to each activity
 Estimating the cost of the project
 How to analyse the resource by using resource
profile & resource table.
 How to do resource levelling & resource
smoothing using crashing, stretching & splitting
 Scheduling multiple projects & preparing a master
project
 Updating the project progress & comparing the
actual progress with the baseline
 Earned value management
 Preparing different types of reports
 How to prepare ‘S’ curve
 Highlighting the progress in the bar chart
 Application of global change

Duration: 40 hours
Courseware Issued
Primavera Reference Guide
with Workbook

 Schematic development
 Part editor
 Simple and complex hierarchy projects
 Annotation
 Cross reference parts report generation
 Property editor
 Multiple schematic project
 Component information system
 Bill of material report generation
Duration: 40 hours

Courseware Issued
OrCAD-Capture & PCB Editor
Reference guide
With Workbook

 Schematic modification for PCB design
 Physical rule check
 Pad designer
 Package symbol & Package symbol wizard
 Template board file creation
 PCB editor netlist creation
 Page configuration
 Script file creation
 Constraint manager
 Visibility control
 Component placing (Floor planning)
 Routing
 Design processing for artwork file creation
 Artwork/Gerber file creation

Duration: 40 hours

Courseware Issued
OrCAD-Capture & PCB Editor
Reference guide
With Workbook

 Schematic modification for simulation
 Electrical rule check
 PSpice netlist creation
 Stimulus editor
 Model editor
 Bias point analysis
 Transient analysis
 DC sweep analysis
 Temperature sweep analysis
 Parametric sweep analysis
 Monte Carlo worst case analysis
 Single window and multi window display system
 Macros
 AC sweep analysis

Duration: 32 hours

Courseware Issued
OrCAD PSpice Reference
Guide With Workbook

 Introduction
 Structural Steel Detailing
 Creating Workframe
 Display Classes
 Area Classes
 Part Families
 Shapes
 Catalog Selection
 Placing shapes using various
methods
 Modify Tools
 Endplate connection
 Plates
 Plate Modeling
 Plate Funnel
 Element Modifications
 Divide
 Connect
 Notch
 Drill
 Bolt
 Bracing
 Static
 Dynamic
 Gusset Plate
 Purlin
 Purlin connection
 Web angle connection
 Shear Plate connection
 Structural Elements
 Purlin
 Purlin connection
 Web angle connection
 Shear Plate connection
 Structural Elements
 Hand rail
 Straight Stairs
 Portal Frame
 Trusses
 Custom Shape Creation
 User Shape
 Parametric Shape
 Combined Shape
 Elevation Flag
 Weld Symbols
 Benchmark
 Part List
 Detail Center
 Detail Styles
 Detail Center Composer
 2D Cut
 Dimensioning

Duration: 60 hours

Courseware Issued

Pro-Steel Reference guide

Civil 3D
 Introduction
 Working Environment
 Working with Point Data
 Survey
 Surface
 Viewing a Surface in 3D
 Site Design Parcel
 Site Design Alignment
 Site Design Profiles
 Site Design Grading and
Quantities
 Site Design Pipes
 Transportation Alignment
 Transportation Assemblies and
Corridors
 Transportation Sections and
Quantities
 Manage Data
Courseware Issued
AutoCAD Civil 3D Reference guide

Duration: 60 hours

 Introduction to BIM and ArchiCAD
 Documentation and Scheduling
 Multi-storey Settings

 Present the Project with  images and walkthroughs
 Using Wall Element

 Construction Simulation
 Placing building elements from Library
 Layout Setting and Plotting
 Creating Wall Holes
 Creating new Library Elements
 Floor and Roof Designs
 Annotation and Dimension

Duration: 60 hours

Courseware Issued

Archicad Reference guide

 Introduction to Structural Design
 Introduction to FEM / FEA
 Introduction to STAAD.Pro

 Projects using FEM / FEA
 Model generation

 Report Generation
 Assigning loads

 Concrete Design
 Automatic load generation

 Steel Design
 Analysis and Analysis Results

 Interactive designs

Duration: 60 hours
Courseware Issued
Staad Pro Reference guide with
workbook

 Introduction
 MXROAD key features
 Basic concepts
 CAD Environment
 View controls in MX
 CAD tools
 Survey inputs and validation
 General procedure (GENIO file)
 String names and drawing styles
 Survey input: (ASCII format) Excel
 Survey input : LiDAR
 Status: Deriving information from display
 Model analysis
 Edit models
 Edit strings
 Edit points
 Surface analysis
 Dynamic surface analysis
 File management
 String naming convention
 Design- quick alignment
 Design- Vertical profile
 Design- alignment by element method
 Best fit alignment
 Road design- carriageways
 Rule based super elevation
 Cross fall checker
 Road design- road widening
 Dynamic reports
 Junction design
 Road design- shoulder design
 Road design- kerbs, verges and footways
 Earthwork design
 Pavement and sub grade design
 Dynamic section
 Final Drawings Manager
 Final Drawings Manager
 Road Re-design and Rehabilitation
 Overlay design -Template method
 Testing a design
 Composite model
 Visibility

Duration: 60 hours
Courseware Issued
MX- Road Reference guide

 Introduction
 CivilFEM Setup
 Element Type – Beam
 Material Explorer
 Cross Section Explorer
 Beam Property
 Modelling in ANSYS
 Loads
 Solve
 Civil Post processing
 LS Files
 Load Combination
 Concrete Design
 Modelling
 Slab Design
 Prestressed Concrete Design
 Bridge Design
o Bridge Section
o Bridge Modelling
o Looping statement: DO &End do
o Vehicle Load Creation
 Geotechnical Module
 Seismic Design
 Steel Design

Duration: 60 hours

Courseware Issued
ANSYS  Civil Reference guide

 How to create an electrical geometry
 What are conducting and non-conducting lines
 How to specify signals
 An introduction to electrical projects
 How to use routers
 Graphic terminal plan
 Cable plan
 How to create ground plans
 How to create isometric drawings
 How to use mouse chasing system
 Graphical connection plan
 How to use translator
 How to use project generator
 Projects

Duration: 40 hours
Courseware Issued
PC Schematic Reference guide

 Introduction to BIM and Revit Architecture
 Project Settings
 Multi-storey Settings
 Complete a Plan by using different wall families
 Designing Complex walls and Wall Profiles
 Placing Doors, Windows and Components
 View and Camera Settings
 Designing Floors and Ceilings
 Placing Ceiling Components
 Placing Decals
 Interference Checking
 Customizing Project Settings
 Working with element groups
 Walkthrough video
 Rendering high quality Images

Duration: 60 hours
Courseware Issued
Revit Architecture Reference Guide

 Revit MEP Basics
 Building Performance Analysis
 HVAC Systems
 Piping Systems
 Plumbing Systems
 Fire Protection Systems
 Electrical Systems
 Working with Architects and Engineers
 Detailing and Drafting
 Annotations and Schedules
 Construction Documentation

Duration: 60 hours
Courseware Issued
Revit MEP Reference Guide

 Introduction of piping
 Getting started – PDMS
 Equipment modeling
 Introduction
 Theory and procedure of component & equipment
 Modifying equipment
 Positioning equipment
 Editing equipment
 PIPE WORK
 Creating pipes
 Connecting the
 Creating walls and floors
 Modifying walls and floors
 Positioning walls and floors
 Orientating walls and floors
 Connecting walls and floors
 STRUCTURE – ASL
MODELER
 Creating ASL modeler
 Modifying ASL modeler
 HANGERS & SUPPORT
 Introducing PDMS Hangers and Supports
 Creating hangers and support
 elements
 Utilities
 Setting the geometry
 Creating the structure
 Utilities
 Settings
 STRUCTURE – PANELS AND PLATES
 Creating the panels and plates
 STRUCTURE – WALLS AND ROOF
 Modifying hangers and support
 Positioning hangers and support
 Connecting hangers and support
 HVAC
 Creating HVAC layouts
 CABLE TRAYS
 Creating components
 Modifying cabling system
 DRAFT MANAGER
 Iso-generation
 Spooler
 Report generation
Duration: 80 hours
Courseware Issued
PDMS Reference guide

 Introduction ‐ About Max
 Standard Primitives
 Transforms
 Using Absolute / Relative Transform Type‐in dialog box
 Selection Types
 Co‐Ordinate System
 Unit Setup
 Using Layer Manager
 Modifiers
 2DShapes
 Compound Objects – Basics
 AEC Objects
 Cloning,
 2D Editing
 Material – Basics
 Cameras
 Rendering– Mental ray

Duration: 60 hours
Courseware Issued
3DS MAX Foundation Reference
guide

 Set modeler
 Interior and exterior Designer
 Visuals effects Artist
 Texturing and background Artist
 Design visualization Artist
 Lighting Artist
 Event Designer

Duration: 90 hours
Courseware Issued
MAX for Engineers/Arhitect
Reference guide

 Project Management Life
Cycle

o Introduction about Project and its management.
o Process Groups.
 Primavera
o P6 EPPM Suite.
o GUI of P6 Release 8.2
web and client.
 Initiating Process Group
 Data Structure of Primavera
o About Organizational
Breakdown Structure
 About Enterprise
Project Structure
 Planning Process Group
 Projects
 Calendars
 Work Breakdown Structure
 Relationship
 Scheduling
 Constraints
 Codes
 Roles
 Resources & Its Team
 Resource Plan
 Assigning a Resource
 Resource Analysis &
Leveling
 Baseline
 User Defined Fields
 Budget
 Execution Process Group
 About Notebook,
Feedback, Cost Accounts,
Expenses
 Update
 Documents
 Issues
 Risk
 Check in & Check out
 Reflection
 Monitoring & Control
Process Group
 Tracking
 Views
 Publish Project Website
 Portfolio
 Dashboards
 Closing Process Group
 Reports
 Import & Export
 Applications
 Progress Reporter
Team Member

Duration: 64 hours
Courseware Issued
Primavera Reference Guide & Project Work Book

 Introduction
 Project
o Introduction to Project
Manager
o Working with Projects
 Drawing
 Insert a Component
 Connecting a component
 Create a Library Symbol
 Symbol Builder
 Circuit Builder
 Save circuit to icon menu
 Component Tools
 Component Attribute Tools
 Wires
 Signal Arrows
 Ladder tools
 PLC
o Generate PLC
Layout Modules
o PLC parametric
selection
o Module layout
o Insert PLC modules
o Edit PLC module
o PLC Database File
 Point to Point Wiring Tools
o Introduction to
Connector
Diagrams
 Grouping Wires
 Conversion tool
 Panel Layout
 Generate Reports

Duration: 30 hours
Courseware Issued
AutoCAD Eletrical Reference guide

 Introduction
o Estimation
o Quantity Takeoff
o Autodesk Quantity
Takeoff
 Understanding
Workflow
 Graphical User
Interface
 Additional Currencies
 Catalogs
 Preferences and
Settings
 Organizing the Projects
 Work Breakdown
Structure (WBS)
 Sheet Scales
 Manual Takeoff Tools
 Assembly
 Automatic Takeoff
Tools
 Validate Takeoff Data
 Compare & Display

Duration: 24 hours
Courseware Issued
Building Estimation and Costing
Reference guide with QTO

 Sketcher basics
 3D sketching
 Part modelling
 Creating reference
geometries
 Editing features
 Advanced modelling tools
 Configuration
 Design table/library features
 Import/export of files
 Surface Design
 Bottom-up assembly
 Top-down assembly
 Exploding assemblies
 Simulation/ Detailing
 BOM, balloon tools
 Sheet metal
 PDM Works
 Weldment
 GD&T

Duration: 60 hours
Courseware Issued
CATIA V5 Reference Guide
with Workbook