Drafting and Design Technician (DDT.S.STC)
29.0 Credit Hours
The Drafting and Design Technician Certificate is an introduction to the industrial design process and computer-aided drafting and design. Students are exposed to the latest versions of AutoCAD, Solidworks, Unigraphics, and SolidEdge Basics. This program provides the skills and training necessary for introductory employment in the engineering field, including engineering aid, design draftsperson, or CAD operator.
Prerequisites: Other (Students who enroll in the Drafting and Design Technician Certificate must be an inmate at one of the participating correctional facilities: Dayton Correctional, Southeastern Correctional, Allen Correctional, Pickaway Corrrectional, or Ohio Reformatory for Women.)
- Function effectively as part of a design team.
- Communicate effectively, orally, in writing and graphically, on an interdisciplinary team as a design technician using appropriate CAD tools.
- Design in detail individual parts and components from functional sketches by an engineer and model them using a three-dimensional geometric modeler.