INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN FOR GARDEN DESIGN (LEVEL 1)

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Start date: October, January and April
Duration: 10 weeks (1 evening per week), part-time
Available at: Enfield and Regent’s Park

You will:

  • be able to introduce the use of 2D design into your practice operations
  • develop CAD expertise following structured worksheets and basic project briefs
  • produce a 2D CAD garden design drawing
  • advance your drawing techniques and abilities in producing planting plans etc.
  • use a design software package both widely used and available within the profession
  • be able to use CAD to prepare surveys, and plans for presentation, planting and setting out purposes.


Entry requirements
One or more of the following are required:

  • an interest in (or are studying for/already hold a qualification in) garden design
  • traditional basic garden design drawing skills, techniques and abilities
  • confidence and competence in the use of computers, internet and standard office software
  • access to or ownership of a personal computer or laptop capable of running CAD software.

What next?
Successful completion of this course will enable you to use or introduce CAD software as a garden design tool in practice.

Last updated: 19 Sept 2019