This course provides an introduction to the use of a professional-grade CAD product that will allow accurate drawings to be produced quickly
This workshop is designed for users with some basic CAD understanding but not necessarily hands-on experience. The CAD software used is an online product so will not require downloading to computers. The course will consist of an overview of the CAD software, an introduction to basic tools and techniques; including a step by step guide to producing designs for 3d printing or Laser Cutting. The aim of the workshop is to enable businesses in the South Yorkshire region to apply the skills learnt to apply CAD to your product or idea such as creating moulds, prototyping parts or one-off products.
About the facilitator
The workshop will be run by Paul Bennett, MCGI. Paul has a wealth of experience in training and development, leading maker lab demonstrations and experiential learning. He has significant experience in enabling business leaders who are looking to make the most of digital technology to improve products, maximise efficiency and adopt new ways of working.
Who’s it for?
Anyone interested in prototyping and visualising ideas
The programme is available for SMEs across Sheffield, Barnsley, Doncaster, and Rotherham, as well as Chesterfield, North-East Derbyshire, Derbyshire Dales, Bolsover, and Bassetlaw.
While at the workshop, you’ll learn about our Digital Innovation for Growth Programme – free 12 hours of access to our prototyping workspace in the MakerLab, and the opportunity to work with Sheffield Hallam University’s academic experts.
Our building is fully accessible, and lunch will be provided after the event. Pay and Display parking is available on-site at the County Way Car Park. Any questions about materials please contact DMC@barnsley.gov.uk.