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The objective of this course is to teach users the basic commands and tools necessary for professional 2D drawing, design and drafting. It delivers the Understanding of the concept and techniques to draw to create multiple designs using several of tools.


  • Introduction to Drafting
  • Fundamentals of Drafting
  • Drawing & Modifying Commands
  • Advanced Drafting options

  • Push buttons.
  • Selector switches.
  • Fuses/circuit breakers/transformers.
  • Relays/contacts.
  • Timers.
  • Motor control.
  • Pilot lights.
  • Plc I/O.
  • Terminals and connectors.
  • Limit switches.
  • Pressure/temperature switches.
  • Flow/level Switches.
  • Miscellaneous switches.
  • Solenoids.
  • Instrumentation.
  • Miscellaneous.
  • One-line components.

    The objective of this course is to deliver the knowledge of streamlining the design process using modelling tools. Students learn about building wiring design, electronics circuit design, advanced rendering techniques, phasing and design options, and creating families of custom components.

    Electrical Drafting Sketches and Drawings:

    CAD designers who focus on electrical diagrams create:

  • Master sketches
  • Working diagrams
  • Wiring diagrams – automotive electrical systems and development of wiring diagrams for skyscrapers

    Electrical drafters are tasked with testing the specifications they create to make sure they work and are in compliance with government regulations and safety requirements.

    Primary Duties of an Electrical CAD Drafter

    Electrical drafters have a diverse workload ranging from preparing the technical drawings of electrical wiring and electric systems to testing those designs. Designers also create specifications and instructions for installation of electrical equipment like transformers, power lines and any equipment used to relay power from high voltage lines to homes and businesses. Drafters are even needed in the automotive industry. Today’s cars are more electronic than ever with sophisticated on-board computers used to record driving conditions, how the vehicle is operated and report mechanical issues.

    Why is Electrical Diagrams Important?

    Electrical diagrams can be used for numerous applications.

    For example:

  • An electrician will use the wiring diagram of a house to connect outlets to the proper switch, install overhead lighting to the proper circuits and ensure that the proper sized electrical panel box is installed to handle the output needed.
  • Car mechanics need vehicle wiring diagrams to properly install audio equipment, testing fuses and sensors and to perform electrical diagnostics for vehicle repair.
  • Even emergency service personnel use electrical drafting diagrams to assess safety before entering buildings.
  • As technology advances and buildings continue to be built, electrical CAD drafters will be required to develop intricate electrical systems to meet those demands. Having such a wide range of applications, an innovative electrical designer must be creative and analytical.


    The objective of this course is to teach users the basic commands and tools necessary for professional design, describe, validate and optimise embedded electronic systems in different industrial application areas.


  • To be able to define hardware and software communication and control requirements.
  • To acquire knowledge of and be able to use tools for the development and debugging of programs implemented on microcontrollers and DSPs.
  • To design electronic circuits for the processing of information in communications and control systems.
  • To acquire knowledge of sensor properties and apply these in the design of Electronic systems which integrate measurement and actuation in different industrial production contexts.
  • To acquire knowledge of and apply tools for the rapid prototyping of embedded Control systems.
  • AIM:

  • Skills in analysis, organisation and planning in the fields of electronics, information technology and embedded systems.
  • Skills in oral and written communication of analysis, development and evaluation in the field of embedded systems.
  • Ability to solve theoretical and practical problems with particular emphasis on electronic circuits, control programs and the software-hardware interface.

  • Creating secure systems that can tolerate faults.
  • Design, program and evaluate systems in real time.
  • Designing electronic circuits for the processing of information in communications and control systems.
  • The ability to analyse, design, test and maintain complex embedded systems.
  • The ability to describe, validate and optimise embedded electronic systems in different areas of industrial application.
  • The ability to evaluate hardware and software requirements for communication and control applications.
  • The ability to keep the acquired knowledge updated and to complete their training through professional activity, self-training, attending scientific and technological events, etc.
  • The ability to solve industrial problems in control and automation systems.
  • The ability to work in multidisciplinary teams, with a particular emphasis on interpersonal professional relationships.
  • The ability to write reports on and present the systems designed.
  • Understanding and applying the properties of sensors for designing electronic systems that integrate measurement and behaviour in different areas of industrial production.
  • Understanding and knowing how to use the methods and tools for the development and refinement of programs implemented on microprocessors, microcontrollers and DSPs.
  • Understanding the most suitable processing of signalling and the associated hardware.

  • Foundation course in drafting.
  • Foundation course in modelling.
  • Foundation course in embedded.

  • Diploma in drafting & modelling.