Good schools or training institutes for AutoCAD?

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  1. JesseJames macrumors 6502a

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    Where do I find one in the Northeast?
    Are places like ITT tech really any good?
     
  2. jczubach macrumors 6502

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    have you checked Autocad's website, they may have some recommended spots. Any decent community college should have plenty of information.
     
  3. iKwick7 macrumors 65816

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    Good question. I didn't really have much training, myself (New Jersey).

    I had AutoCad my junior year in high school. The following year they had a new teacher teaching it- awesome teacher but he never used the program before. I basically taught that course for him. :)

    I went to Brookdale college for 2 years- they have a couple AutoCad classes, but I didn't use it the whole time I was there.

    When I went to NJIT, most professors made you use 3dMax or something similar- not much AutoCad, at least in the classes I took. The do have a couple AutoCad classes, though.

    I suggest getting your hands on a copy and just fooling around with it. It's really not hard to pick up, at least in my opinion.
     

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