Department of Continuous of Education Concludes Two Training Courses in Adobe InDesign and Auto CAD
The Department of Continuous Education at the University of Information Technology and Communications has conducted training courses in Adobe In Design and the Auto CAD with the participation of a group of staff of the Prime Minister's Office, the Baghdad College of Economic Sciences, the Iraqi Commission for Computers and Informatics, the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
The Adobe In Design course aims at providing the participants with the skills to design newspapers, books, magazines and posters in a way that attracts attention, as well as electronic journals (PDFs) that contain video files and links and learn how to use this program in parallel with Office and Photoshop programs.
The AutoCAD course is a computer-aided design program for 2D and 3D designs used in the fields of design, including civil engineering, architecture, mechanical engineering, and interior design. It is used to create and view all project designs. In fact, the following AutoCAD software uses dwg derived from Drawings Which means graphics and can share files with other design programs such as Bentley AutoPLANT and COADE CADWORX and can export its files to the program 3D studio max to output by the latter. The course also aims at providing the participants with the skills and techniques needed to create, edit and print drawings with AutoCAD, as well as to identify the most important features and commands that enable the trainee to design and formulate drawings and engineering maps.