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Key roles

Com­puter-aided de­sign (CAD) drafters work in the con­struc­tion, ar­chi­tec­ture and en­gi­neer­ing in­dus­tries. They pre­pare sketches, charts, tab­u­la­tions, plans and designs for a range of projects rang­ing from en­gi­neer­ing drainage works and roads to new homes and dams. They use com­put­ers rather than draw­ing designs by hand and can cre­ate two or three-di­men­sional images. They also read and in­ter­pret tech­ni­cal draw­ings. CAD drafters usu­ally are em­ployed full time by draft­ing firms but can be selfem­ployed or work from home.


Ad­vanced Diploma of En­gi­neer­ing De­sign – TAFE SA

Certificate III in Man­u­fac­tur­ing Tech­nol­ogy (Cad/draft­ing) – Syd­ney In­sti­tute of TAFE

Certificate III in Man­u­fac­tur­ing Tech­nol­ogy (Cad/draft­ing) – South­ern Queens­land In­sti­tute of TAFE

Ad­vanced Diploma of Build­ing De­sign (Ar­chi­tec­tural) – TAFE Vic­to­ria


$30,684 to $74,337

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