Industry knowledge is key to improving productivity. To specialise in any field, it is required to be updated with the latest advances in the industry. The field of architectural design consists of different software(s). Starting with the base AutoCAD and moving on to Revit Architecture, 3ds Max, Sketchup Pro with its plugin V Ray, Photoshop and Corel Draw, these different software help modify 2D drawings and 3D models, making architectural design a diverse field. Grey Edge offers CAD training courses, Revit Architecture training courses and 3ds Max and Sketchup training courses. Our courses have limited students in each batch, thereby giving trainers an opportunity to communicate with each student and address any queries during training. To know more about each course, feel free to browse through the brief course descriptions below.
A must for an architect, a certificate course in AutoCAD 2D drafting is available at Grey Edge. Suited for draftsmen, students with an architectural or engineering background or for anyone who wishes to upgrade themselves or learn AutoCAD from the very basics, anyone is welcome to join this course available at Grey Edge.
Revit Architecture & V Ray
To execute any project with ease, it is vital to follow a process. For AEC (Architecture, Engineering, Construction) professionals, BIM (Building Information Modelling) has emerged as the preferred process of construction. To work on this process, various software(s) play an important role. One software that is widely used is Autodesk’s Revit Architecture. A step ahead from AutoCAD, Revit Architecture and V Ray are offered as certificate courses at Grey Edge. Learn how features available in Revit Architecture help create architectural 3D models, based on AutoCAD drawings, and also learn how to use V Ray to produce realistic 3D images for these models.
3ds Max & V Ray
Grey Edge offers a certificate course in 3ds Max and V Ray, the preferred software of interior designers and visualisers. Learn how to add life to a room with special V Ray effects or provide clients a 3D model of a room by working on a 2D plan, using 3ds Max.
The use of Photoshop in the AEC industry can be quite useful. It permits making certain tweaks in a 3D model that can be quite helpful before presenting final design drawings to clients. Grey Edge’s Certificate Course in Photoshop – Architectural Image Creation & Editing focuses on creating layouts, perspectives and 2D rendering required by architects.
While creating 2D plans or presenting 3D models, often a customisation of certain elements is required to enhance the final output. Grey Edge’s Certificate Course in CorelDRAW – for AEC Professionals helps architects and interior designers understand the benefits of using CorelDraw and how the final output of 2D drawings and 3D models can be enhanced by using certain tools in CorelDraw.