Exploring Drafting & Design Careers I
The student will be exposed to the Drafter and Estimator roles in the design/pre-construction pathway portion of the architecture and construction career cluster. CAD (Computer Aided Drafting), hand sketches, OneNote, and Excel tools will be utilized. The student is expected to develop proficiency in line quality, lettering, and drawing layouts. Fundamental knowledge of drawing principles, standards, and equipment will be covered. The student will learn skills to visualize, interpret, estimate and describe an object completely by graphic information.
Exploring Drafting & Design Careers II
The student will be exposed to the Architect and Project Manager roles in the design/pre-construction pathway portion of the architecture and construction career cluster. CAD (Computer Aided Drafting), hand sketches, OneNote, Word, and email tools will be utilized. The student will be able to read and interpret building codes; identify missing information, and identify and submit the proper construction forms. The student will develop good-work habits through problem-solving techniques and work-related experiences.
The student will use CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) to complete drawings used in different fields of drafting. The student will develop a proficiency in CAD commands and their applications. The student will utilize various software programs and work in 2D and 3D formats. SkillsUSA membership is expected.
Interior Design, 1 Credit
Grades: 10, 11, 12
Description: The student will use manual drafting techniques as well as CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) to create 2D, 3D, and perspective presentation drawings. The student will create a design board using online vendors as well as local industry.
SkillsUSA membership is encouraged.
Webpage: NAWIC Homepage
National Drafting Competition – Competition Link