• Drafting 1

    Do you like to draw? Do you want to design your own home? This course will teach you the first steps of design. You will learn to use AutoCAD to draw your ideas so others can build, construct, or manufacture to your specifications. This course introduces students to the use of simple and complex graphic tools used to communicate and understand ideas and concepts found in the areas of architecture, manufacturing, engineering, science and mathematics. Topics include business meeting skills and goal setting strategies, classical representation methods such as sketching, geometric construction techniques, CAD, orthographic projection, and dimensioning. Skills in communication, mathematics, science, leadership, teamwork, and problem solving are reinforced in this course. Job shadowing is an appropriate work-based learning strategy for this course. Hands-on work experience provide many opportunities to enhance classroom instruction and career development.   

    1.00 Understand fundamental concepts and trends of drafting.

    2.00 Understand the Ideation process (big 6 in academia) (SUPPLEMENTAL).

    3.00 Apply sketching skills and techniques for Architectural & Engineering drafting.

    4.00 Apply CAD User Skills (with use of the following CAD software.

    • Introduction to the Drafting Profession

    • Tools and Equipment

    • Sketching

    • Basic Mathematics – addition, subtraction, decimals, fractions, simple word problems.

    • CAD – Computer Aided Drafting - AutoCAD

    • 3D Modeling - ONSHAPE

    • Multi-view Drawings.

    • Dimensioning Multi-view Drawings

    • Pictorial Drawings

    Engineering 2 Honors

    Do you have an idea for a product that the world doesn’t know it needs yet? This class will teach you about how the design process works. You will start from ideas to building and hands-on creating to selling your product. You will use the latest 3D modeling software used in the industry! **This course receives Honors Credit. 

    1.00 Understand Basic Engineering Design and Industry Terms

    2.00 Understand Engineering Design Concepts and Principles to Solve Problems

    3.00 Understand Manufacturing Processes

    4.00 Apply Parametric-Solid Modeling Techniques to create a 3D Model

    5.00 Understand Conventional Dimensioning & Tolerancing

    6.00 Understand Procedures to Create Working Drawings of a 3D Model

    Engineering 3 Honors

    Refine your engineering design skills in 3D software. Begin to create product views and work through the engineering design process. Learn advanced manufacturing processes, dimensioning and tolerancing and 3d modeling. You will create a professional portfolio that contains drawings and designs to show future employers! **This course receives Honors Credit. 

    1.00 Understand Requirements for Engineering and Manufacturing Employment

    2.00 Apply Engineering Design Concepts and principles to solve problems

    3.00 Understand Advanced Manufacturing Processes

    4.00 Apply Advanced 3D Parametric-Solid Model and Assembly Creation Techniques

    5.00 Apply Procedures to Create Working Drawings of a 3D Model and Assembly

    6.00 Apply Procedures to Create Sheet Metal Parts

    7.00 Apply Procedures to create Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances

    8.00 Apply Procedures to create a professional Portfolio

     

    Architecture 2 & 3 Honors

    Drafting Architectural II was designed to focus on the principles, concepts, and use of complex graphic tools utilized in the field of architecture, structural systems, and construction trades. Emphasis is placed on the application of REVIT/AutoCAD tools in the creation of floor plans, foundation plans, basic roof design, sections and details, and elevation drawings. Mathematics, science, and visual design concepts are reinforced. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course are apprenticeship and cooperative education.  Students can earn honors credit for this course.

    • 1.00  Understand Architectural Styles and Industry Terms.

    • 2.00  Apply procedures to create Floor Plans.

    • 3.00  Apply procedures to create Foundation plans and Levels of a Building.

    • 4.00  Apply procedures to create Simple Roof and Floor System Designs.

    • 5.00  Apply procedures for drawing View types.

    • 6.00  Apply Procedures to Complete a Residential Construction Documents (CD) Set.

    • Floor Plans,

    • Electrical Plans

    • Foundation Plans

    • Elevation Plans

    • Roof Plans

    • Section Plans