CEF Course Code: 22C05152-A
CEF Institution Code: 548 (Welkin Computer Training)
CEF Course Name:CERTIFICATE IN BIM CIVIL ENGINEERING DESIGN WITH AUTOCAD CIVIL 3D
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Course Features

  • AutoCAD Civil 3D software is a civil engineering design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modeling workflows. Using AutoCAD Civil 3D, infrastructure professionals can better understand project performance, maintain more consistent data and processes, and respond faster to change.
  • Solid and thorough training on Civil 3D Course content covers from operating to administrating Civil 3D projects.
  • AOTG (Autodesk Offical Training Guides) is used to ensure the highest quality.
  • CEF approved. All HK adult residents are eligible for a maximum of 80% course fee subsidy.Students will get the Autodesk Official
  • Course Completion Certificate upon course completion.
  • Students will get the Student Version Software.
  • You can get a free account of itacademia.com for extra learning resources and out of classroom support.

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Course Duration

36 hrs

Course Fee

Full course fee is $8800, payable by monthly instalments according to CEF’s instruction. After subsidies, the total lowest cost fee is just

$0

Prerequisites

  • A working knowledge of Microsoft Windows (XP or a later version), AutoCAD and Civil Engineering
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The full course fee is $8,800, payable by instalments as shown below. For courses payable by instalments, you will only be charged the first instalment at online enrolment.

(B) Course completed within 2 months, course fee $8,800 payable in 2 instalments

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Certificate in BIM Civil Engineering Design with AutoCAD Civil 3D (CEF Approved)
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Certificate in BIM Civil Engineering Design with AutoCAD Civil 3D (CEF Approved)
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How to Enrol Online?
Civil Engineering design is often a project of huge resources investment, therefore if AutoCAD Civil 3D could be used in design and simulation to help to avoid unnecessary mistake and complete the project on time and within budget through understanding the geotechnical condition (Site Formation) with 3d data, material survey (Cut/Fill Quantities Takeoff), View Analysis with high-quality rendering and the output of accurate drawings and reports.

AutoCAD Civil 3D is a civil engineering design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modelling (BIM) workflow. Our course is will be conducted with practical examples, and the latest version of Autodesk Civil 3D.

  • Survey Data
  • Geotechnical modeling
  • Site Grading
  • Corridor Design
  • Pipe Network
  • Map Update
  • Plans & Reports

Geospatial analysis

Corridor Design

Material Surveying

Visual Analysis

Product Overview
AutoCAD Civil 3D Workspaces
AutoCAD Civil 3D User Interface
AutoCAD Civil 3D Toolspace
Prospector Tab
Settings Tab
Survey Tab
Toolbox Tab
AutoCAD Civil 3D Panorama
AutoCAD Civil 3D Templates, Settings, and Styles
Drawing Settings in Detail
Styles
Templates
AutoCAD Civil 3D Projects
Single-Design Drawing Projects
Multiple Drawings Sharing Data using Shortcuts
Multiple Drawings Sharing Data with Autodesk Vault
Sharing Data
Using Data Shortcuts for Project Managemen
Update Notification
Removing and Promoting Shortcuts
eTransmit Data References
Data Shortcut Workflow
Workflow Details
Advantages of Data Shortcuts
Limitations of Data Shortcuts
Lines and Curves
Introduction to Parcels
ROW Parcel
Parcel Style Display Order
Parcel Properties
Parcel Labels and Styles
Create Parcels from Objects
Creating Right-of-Way Parcels
Creating and Editing Parcels by Layout Overview
Creating and Editing Parcels
Freehand
Slide Line
Swing Line
Free Form Create
Frontage
Renumbering Parcels
Parcel Reports
Parcel Labels
Parcel Tables
Survey Workflow Overview
Introduction to the Survey Toolspace
Survey Figures
Figure Styles
Figure Prefix Database
Points Overview
Point Label Style
Point Settings
Creating Points
Description Key Sets
Importing Survey Data
To Import Points Only
Duplicate Point Numbers
Import Points and Figures Using the Survey Database
Point Groups
Reviewing and Editing Points
Point Reports
Surface Process
Surface Properties
Contour Data
Weeding Factors
Supplementing Factors
Contour Issues
Minimizing Flat Triangle Strategies
Other Surface Data
DEM Files
Drawing Objects
Point Files
Point Groups
Point Survey Queries
Figure Survey Queries
Breaklines and Boundaries
Breaklines
Surface Editing
Line Edits
Point Edits
Simplify Surface
Smooth Contours
Smooth Surface
Copy Surface
Surface Paste
Raise/Lower Surface
Adjusting Surfaces through
Surface Properties
Surface Analysis Tools
Viewing a Surface in 3D
Quick Profile
Practice 5c Surface Edits
Surface Labels
Contour Labels
Spot and Slope Labels
Surface Volume Calculations
Volumes Dashboard
Bounded Volumes
Volume Reports
Grid Volume or TIN Volume Surface
Surface Analysis Display
Analysis Settings
Analysis Data Display
Roadway Design Overview
AutoCAD Civil 3D Sites
Introduction to Alignments
Criteria-Based Design
Alignment Types
Alignment Segment Types
Alignments Layout Tools
Alignment Editing
Alignment Properties
Station Control Tab
Design Criteria Tab
Labels and Tables
Alignment Point Labels
Independent Alignment Labels
Alignment Table Styles
Profiles Overview
Repositioning and Deleting Profile Views
Create a Profile View Style
Create Profiles from Surface
Create Profile View Wizard
Finished Ground Profiles
Create and Edit Profiles
Transparent Commands
Assigning Profile Band Elevations
Profile Segment Types
Profile Labels
Assembly Overview
Assemblies
Subassemblies
Modifying Assemblies
Attaching Subassemblies
Detaching Subassemblies
Copying Assemblies
Mirroring Subassemblies
Select Similar Subassemblies
Sharing Assemblies
Getting More Information on Subassemblies
Creating a Corridor
Target Mapping
Corridor Properties
Information Tab
Parameters Tab
Codes
Feature Lines
Slope Patterns
Designing Intersections
General Tab
Geometry Details Tab
Corridor Regions Tab
Corridor Surfaces
Overhang Correction
Surface Boundaries
Corridor Section Review and Edit
Corridor Visualization
Grading Overview
Feature Lines
Feature Line Contextual Tab
Elevation Editor
Grading Tools
Grading Creation Tools Toolbar
Modifying AutoCAD Civil 3D Grading
Grading Styles
Feature Line Labels
Grading Criteria
Grading Criteria Set
Grading Volumes
Pipes Overview
Pipes Configuration
Creating Pipe Networks by Objects
The Network Layout Toolbar
Creating Pipe Networks by Layout
Network Editing
Pipe (and Structure) Properties
Swap Part
Connect/Disconnect From Part
Annotating Pipe Networks
Pipe Networks in Sections
Pipe Network Reports and Tables
Pressure Pipe Networks
Sample Line Groups
Modifying Sample Line Groups
Section Volume Calculations
Earthwork Volumes
Mass Haul
Material Volumes
Quantity Takeoff Criteria
Define Materials
Pay Items
Section Views
Section View Wizard
Plan Production Tools
Overview
Plan Production Objects
View Frames
View Frame Groups
Match Lines
Plan Production Object Edits
Name
Description
Object style
View Frame Geometry Properties
Edits
Match Line Geometry
Properties Edits
Creating Sheets
Sheet Sets
Structuring Sheet Sets
Editing Sheet Sets
Sheet Set Manager Properties
Overview
Parts of the Grading Object
Grading Workflow
Tools in AutoCAD Civil 3D
Settings and Defaults
Feature Line Styles
Grading Group Styles
Grading Criteria Sets
Grade to Distance
Grade to Elevation
Grade to Relative Elevation
Grade to Surface
Surface Styles
Sites Overview
Sites for Design Options
Creating Sites
Setting Parcel Line Elevations
Site Properties
Move/Copy Parcels to Another Site
Edit Elevations Panel
Retaining Walls
Editing Surfaces
Feature Line Interactions With Parcel Lines
Create Feature Lines from Objects
Grading Creation Tools
Grading Groups
Grading Setup
Create Grading
Grading Infill
Editing the Grading
Delete Grading Objects
Modify Grading Object Criteria
Grading Volume Tools
Calculate Volumes
Balance Volumes
Draw Feature Lines
Create a Temporary Surface
Stepped Offsets
Copy or Move Feature Lines from One Site to Another
Create a Transitional Grading Group
Practice 4b Create Stepped
Offsets and Transitional
Gradings
Create a Grading Surface
Add Feature Lines to a Grading Surface
Feature Line Review
Feature Line Contextual Tab
Edit Elevations
Create Feature Lines From Corridors
Edit Geometry
Creating Complex Grading Groups
Grade to Elevation
Grade to Relative Elevation
Grade to Distance
Grade to Surface
Alignments
Profiles
Create Grading Assemblies
Link Subassemblies
Daylight Subassemblies
Creating Complex Corridors
Baselines
Regions
Create Complex Corridors
Modify Corridor Grading
Grip Editing
Modify Regions
Modify Corridor
Modify Corridor Sections
Single-Design Drawing Projects
Multiple Drawings Sharing Data using Shortcuts
Multiple Drawings Sharing Data with Autodesk Vault
Sharing Data
Data Shortcuts
Update Notification
Removing and Promoting Shortcuts
eTransmit Data References
Data Shortcut Workflow
Workflow Details
Advantages of Data Shortcuts
Limitations of Data Shortcuts
Introduction to the 3D Modeling Workspace
3D Ribbon Panels
Basic 3D Viewing Tools
Preset 3D Views
Orbiting in 3D
Using Visual Styles
3D Navigation Tools
ViewCube
SteeringWheel
Working with Materials
Using the Materials Browser Libraries
Adding Materials
Attaching Materials by Layer
Materials Editor
Texture Editor
Specifying Light Sources
Default Lighting
Sunlight
User-Defined Lights
Modifying Lights
Rendering Concepts
Adjusting the Exposure
Creating a Sense of Distance
Advanced Render Settings

What is Civil 3D?

AAutoCAD® Civil 3D® software is a civil engineering design and documentation solution that supports Building Information Modeling workflows. Civil 3D is designed for transportation, land development and water projects civil engineers, cartographers, designers and technicians. Users can coordinate, explore design options, analyze project performance, and produce uniform and high standard documents, and everything are operated within a familiar AutoCAD ® interface.

I don’t know how to use AutoCAD, can I enroll this course?

It will be very difficult. It is suggested that you can enroll Diploma in Computer-aided Design with Autodesk AutoCAD first. In the event you only have AutoCAD 2D drawing skills, you can enroll this course, but please note that you should be proficient in Civil Engineering knowledge