Are you looking to hire a Computer Aided Design and Drafting Co-op student? Here are some interesting facts to get you started.
Students are educated with the following skills:
- Create 3D models and 2D drawings for residential, commercial and government buildings
- Drawings to graphically convey design and dimensional information for concrete, steel and timber structures, site preparation and precast concrete
- Create 3D models and 2D drawings that detail industrial layouts such as conveyors and process piping, and manufacturing information for component assemblies and detail
Potential Positions for CADD Co-op Students:
Drafting graduates may pursue a career in a variety of employment situations in architectural, engineering, manufacturing, municipal offices, or in a production/construction setting. After a few years in CADD/Drafting many of our graduates move on to positions is sales, customer service, production management, estimating, CADD and network management and contract services (self-employment). Responsibilities can include design team management, project management of small projects, and production scheduling.
Co-op students have previously held roles such as:
- Drafting Technician and Estimator
- Junior Draftsperson
- AutoCAD Draftsperson
Additional program information can be found under the Academic Calendar.