Through its more than 50 years of advancement, CAD has reached the level where a global standardization of the industry is now possible. This time is sufficient to turn any invention industrially viable into an industry-wide discipline. CAD is an industry-wide discipline since its inception. We offer a range of courses to suit your requirements.

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ADTutor has grown since 1995 when it began as a revit handout for AutoCAD R12 students. Everything on the website is now free, with additional video tutorials. The entire material can be downloaded and shared, and there are many topics covered in one article listing. All of the material is chronological/hierarchical meaning if you start with the first tutorial and go through them in order, you won’t need anything else to guide you through the whole training session.


MyCADSite is similar to CADTutor and has been around since 1999. It also offers free content and all of the helping material/notes/resources are coupled with examples and explanation videos. All the content is free, from setting up AutoCAD, to rendering and mastering post-production digital effects. It also includes quizzes and downloads that will help the reader in any way.

Paid Courses in CAD


Autodesk is in existence since the beginning. It is the grand-daddy of CAD development. There are many products available, so the content of the training is varied. Before you commit to a full-time career, it is important to understand what CAD means and which parts of it you would like to experience. Autodesk offers the industry-wide unanimity of all key-players through sponsorship, product/service-based inventor deals, educational alliances, and many other benefits. This means that you get more bang for your buck than with the free listings.

Carnegie Mellon University

CMU’s online CADing programs will not give you additional credit.

The institutes knowledge base does not readily segment the disciplines that require CAD, for example architecture, or simulation-based-analysis hence does not offer individual course content or help for such practices or extensions. Instead, the content is focused on the key issues, fundamental concepts, and areas of interest regarding the changing nature of CAD.