Course Designations for Online University
What are 101 and 201 level courses?
AutoCAD 101 is designed to help new AutoCAD users get started with the software.
These courses will walk you through the basic tools needed to create new drawings, geometry and annotation all the way through to printing sheets and check prints. View AutoCAD Courses.
AutoCAD 201 level courses build from AutoCAD 101 principles and dive deeper into common productivity tools used across the industry.
You will learn more in-depth workflows for managing and working with blocks and annotation as well as how to make changes to how the AutoCAD interface is setup with customization. It is recommended that AutoCAD 201 registrants to have completed the AutoCAD 101 courses.
Civil 3D 101 is designed to help new Civil 3D users learn how to use the industry specific tools and workflows that Civil 3D offers. A broad list of courses that cover the Civil 3D interface and data organization as well as how to work with and manipulate Civil 3D object styles and settings.
These courses touch on many different workflows and disciplines, like survey techniques and land development to site and roadway design. View Civil 3D Courses.
Civil 3D 201 expands on workflows covered in Civil 3D 101. These courses dive deeper into topics like corridor and grading techniques as well as piping and analysis tools. Civil 3D 201 is intended to help users take their Civil 3D skills and productivity to the next level with in-depth instruction and workflows.
Civil 3D 201 requires registrants to have completed the Civil 3D 101 courses. View Civil 3D Courses.
BIM360 101 is designed to introduce new BIM360 users to tools such as Document Management, Design Collaboration, and Build. Ever changing, BIM360 software expands the core functionality of BIM software by enabling collaboration and project management tasks.
These courses are designed to get users and administrators up and running with BIM360, covering project management workflows and account administration. View BIM 360 Courses.
Revit 101 will guide new Revit users through understanding what Revit is and how it fits within the BIM process.
As new users, it is essential to learn and understand basic Revit functions such as how to navigate the user interface and how to open and navigate Revit models. Revit 101 covers these skills and more as users can choose from Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, or Revit MEP specific courses to gain knowledge using industry-specific tools to complete full 3D project models. View Revit Courses.