Certified User

New designers should start with Introduction to AutoCAD, which quickly familiarizes them with 2D line drawings.

More experienced designers should start with AutoCAD Essentials, which covers similar topics to the beginners course, but goes deeper and broader to provide a more solid foundational understanding of the software.

Beyond that, check out our professional workshop courses (CAD 300), which are in-depth, project-based courses taught by industry experts to teach concepts that are used in the field, such as working with Construction Documents and Project Management, while also covering features and functions in the software.

Use the exam topics on page 6 of this PDF to help you select lessons to finalize your preparation for the certification exam.

Certified Professional

New designers should start with Introduction to AutoCAD, which quickly familiarizes them with 2D line drawings.

More experienced designers should start with AutoCAD Essentials, which covers similar topics to the beginners course, but goes deeper and wider to provide a more solid foundational understanding of the software.

Beyond that, check out our professional workshop courses (CAD 300), which are in-depth, project-based courses taught by industry experts to teach concepts that are used in the field, such as working with Construction Documents and Project Management, while also covering features and functions in the software.

Complete our AutoCAD Certification Exam Prep course.
For more information about the Certified User and Professional exams, check out this article.

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