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Introduction to Technical Drawing  

Level 1 - Beginners

Intro to Technical Drawings course will help students gain the foundational knowledge of understanding  technical drawings as well as creating basic drawings.


R3,000.00 excl vat (Per Person, Includes Manual)

PLEASE NOTE: Learnfast serves a full lunch during break as well as coffee, tea and biscuits as part at no extra cost. We also cater for special meals.


2 Days (08:30 - 16:00)


No previous knowledge required.

Delivery Method:

In Class
Reach your full potential through our instructor led classes combined with interactive lessons, practical assignments and in field experience.


On Site & Group Bookings
Our on-site training option brings world-class Learnfast training to your site or a convenient nearby location. On-site training saves money by eliminating travel and hotel expenses. Do you have 3 or more people to book? We can offer customized and well priced solutions for group bookings. 


1.  The reason for technical drawings

  • Topic A: Historical overview
  • Topic B: Manufacturing and costing
  • Topic C: Original design and bought-out items
  • Topic D: Legal Aspects

2.  The Cartesian quadrant & projections

  • Topic A: Paper sizes
  • Topic B: The Cartesian quadrant
  • Topic C: Orthographic projections
  • Topic D: European and American standards (1st Angle and 3rd Angle Projection)
  • Topic E: Practical demonstration and activity

3.  Plans and Elevations

  • Topic A: Concept and relationship
  • Topic B: Reading a house plan
  • Topic C: Reading an engineering drawing
  • Topic D: Reading an electrical drawing
  • Topic E: Reading a hydraulics drawing
  • Topic F: Reading a piping drawing

4.  Annotations, Measurements and scales

  • Topic A: Symbols for various industries
  • Topic B: Line types and thickness
  • Topic C: Fonts for lettering and dimensions

5.  Sections

  • Topic A: 'Cutting' through elements
  • Topic B: Hatching of different materials

6.  Isometric drawings & perspectives

  • Topic A: Combination views
  • Topic B: Application in different industries

7.  Detail drawings

  • Assembly and sub-assembly drawings

8.  From drawing board to PC

  • Topic A: Design
  • Topic B: Different

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