The drafting program will provide interactive training in basic drafting techniques. You will gain entry-level skills necessary to begin a career in the drafting field. With these skills, you will be able to begin employment as a drafting clerk or as a junior drafter.
You'll expand your understanding of materials used in construction, estimating for construction
and an increased proficiency in plan reading and CAD. Graduates of the program are prepared for entry-level employment with architectural and engineering firms, general contractors, material suppliers, structural fabricators, or modular and component manufacturers. All course work will apply to the associate of applied science degree.
You can choose from these two available options when enrolling in this program of study.
Northeast Community College, 801 East Benjamin Ave, Norfolk,
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