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School of Draughting & Technical Design

Join us on our next Open Day, 12 Jan '19

Join us at our last open day for the 2019 intake on 12 January '19 We will be hosting our main open day for the Jan/Feb '19 intake on 12 Jan '19. This will be your last opportunity to visit our campuses and ask any questions before the 2019 registration closure dates.

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Technical Bridging Course

Overview

Our Technical Bridging Course is tailored for those who do not have any knowledge or background in technical drawing but wishes to enrol for our Multi-Disciplinary Draughting National Certificate. Completing this 5 day course will bridge the gap for someone with no technical drawing experience into the exciting and broad world of design Draughting. 

 

Features and Benefits 

 

  • You do not need any drawing experience to do this course.  
  • Get your foundation right by learning the fundamentals of technical drawings before you launch your career as a draughtsman.  
  • No equipment needed, you will get everything you need in your study kit. This will include a notepad, sketchpad, A3 drawing board, eraser, pencils, compass and scale ruler. 

Salaries & Skills

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  • Pricing & Payment Options

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  • Duration

    • 5 Days (done 1 week prior to the Multi Disciplinary Draughting National Certificate)
  • Career Options

    Potential draughtsman with a valid Grade 12 certificate. No drawing experience needed.

  • Study Kit

    Your study kit is included in your fees and will contain:

     

    • Free WIFI (10GB/Month, On Campus only).
    • Drawing equipment including, Blue Folder, Notepad, Sketchpad, A3 Drawing Board, Eracer, Pencils, Compass and Scale Ruler.
    • Electronic study guides and Textbook.
    • Orientation kit including: Student Card, Welcome Letter, Getting Started Guide.
    • Access to our myAcademy student portal and student support team via phone, email and tickets. 
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Our Learning Methods

At AIE, The Academic Institute of Excellence we understand that that each person prefers different learning styles and techniques. This is influenced by many factors including, circumstances, location, field of study and learning preference. It is for this reason that we have developed our myWay learning methodology, a unique and modern approach to blended learning that encompasses multiple delivery methods, involving our three main channels.

Full Time

Reach your full potential through our myWay Instructor-led or Mentorship based classes combined with interactive lessons, practical assignments and in-field experience, combined with our blended platform to make up a full day or selective days within a week.

Online

We have re-defined online learning. Our myWay Online Learning ensures that the student is supported by technology and people throughout his academic journey. We focus on a blended learning approach, combining online Virtual Classrooms, at home exercises, activities and project-based assignments bundled with fully developed video lectures, all managed by our student learning platform.

Student Testimonials

Career Video

Watch this video to better understand what technical drawings is. 

Important Notes

Included in price

  • Drawing for Engineering Manual
  • Basic Drawing equipment
  • Automatic acceptance for the MDDOP Draughting course

Drawing Equipment

  • Introduction
  • Drawing Equipment
  • Drawing paper and its application
  • Drawing board and its application
  • T-Square
  • Set squares or triangles and their application
  • Masking tape
  • Pencils and their application
  • Eraser (rubber)
  • Erasing shield
  • Adjustable compass or large bowl and its application
  • Sandpaper pad or file
  • Dust cloth or brushOther instruments
  • Scale rulers (metric)
  • Essentials do’s and don’ts of neatness in drawing

 


 

Application of the alphabet of lines

  • Introduction
  • Application of the alphabet of lines Adding linear dimensions
  • Outlines or object lines (line type A)
  • Centre lines (line type G1)
  • Dimension lines (line type B2)
  • Extension lines for dimensions (line type B3)
  • Leader lines (line type B4)
  • Construction lines (line type BB1)
  • Projection lines (line type B)
  • Guide lines (line type BB2)
  • Dashed lines to show hidden details (hidden detail lines – line type E and F)
  • Hatched lines or section lines (line type B5)
  • Other lines

 


 

Lettering, figuring and dimensioning

  • Introduction
  • Lettering figuring and dimensioning in drawing
  • Preparation of the drawing sheet
  • Lettering and figuring
  • Positions of the title and scale relative to each other
  • Positioning of the title and scale on the drawing sheet
  • Dimensioning on a working drawing
  • Different types of dimensions on a working drawing
  • Tolerance dimensions
  • Dimensioning keyways
  • Leaders
  • Machining symbols

 


 

Freehand sketching

  • Introduction
  • Real-life (field) sketching and design sketching
  • Freehand sketching
  • Sketching horizontal lines
  • Sketching vertical lines
  • Sketching slanted lines
  • Sketching curved figures and geometric shapes
  • Sketching irregular shapes
  • Isometric sketching
  • Oblique sketching

 


 

Constructions

  • Introduction
  • Geometrical constructions
  • Bisecting lines and angles
  • Perpendiculars
  • Parallel lines
  • Setting out angles with the aid of set squares
  • Hexagons (Six-sided figures)
  • Octagons (Eight-sided figures)
  • Joining straight lines with arcs using a compass
  • An ellipse

 


 

Layout of drawings

  • Introduction
  • Layout of drawings
  • First-angle orthographic projection
  • Third-angle orthographic projection
  • Projecting a third view
  • Drawing step-method for laying out drawings
  • Isometric drawings
  • Oblique drawings
  • Projections of prisms and pyramids
  • Developments
  • Interpenetrations

 


 

Sectioning

  • Introduction
  • Sectioning
  • Terminology
  • Sectional cutting planes
  • Various aspects of sectioning
  • How to draw a sectional view
  • Sectional detail drawings

 


 

Conventional representations

  • Introduction
  • Holes and fasteners
  • Representation of a drilled hole
  • Representation of a tapped hole (threaded hole)
  • Construction of a hexagonal nut
  • Representation of a hexagonal head bolt
  • Representation of a stud
  • Representation of a stud assembly
  • Springs
  • Representation of springs
  • Breaks
  • Welded joints
  • Types of welded joints
  • Supplementary symbols

 


 

Fasteners

  • Introduction
  • Types of threaded fasteners
  • Bolt heads
  • Screw heads
  • Locking devices
  • Riveted joints
  • Single or double rivet joints

 


 

Assembly drawings

  • Introduction
  • Hatching sectional drawings
  • Sections of sectional drawings
  • A typical assembly drawing
  • Item numbers
  • Parts list
  • How to start an assembly drawing

 


 

Pipe drawings (chemical)

  • Introduction
  • Kinds of piping
  • Pipe joints and fittings
  • Pipe drawings
  • Pipe drawing symbols
  • Campus
    Registration Close Date
    Start Date
    Type
  • 09 January 2019
    14 January 2019
    Full Time
  • Campus
    Registration Close Date
    Start Date
    Type
  • 09 January 2019
    14 January 2019
    Full Time
  • Campus
    Registration Close Date
    Start Date
    Type
  • 07 January 2019
    14 January 2019
    Correspondence

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