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    Question AutoCad Qualifications

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    I am due to start a City and Guilds 2D L3 course at the end of this month for one night a week for 10 weeks. I wanted to know if there are any other higher courses i can take after this ?

    Is there a L4 course that you can take, if so has anyone been on it ?

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    done the same, dont think theres one after it
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    Good luck on you gaining a successful completion of your course.

    Personally, I wouldn't want to work with anyone who had a C & G Qualification; maybe that's just me.
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    hey hold on there most defiently is, at my college they do a city and guilds level 2 and level 3 but also have added a level 4 autocad course (although its mostly all 3-D) and costs a heck of a great deal more than 2/3 does

    look it up, il try find the link the page...

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    Thanks, if you could find the link that would be good.

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    here we go, its a college fairly near me

    City and Guild Level 4 Autocad

    http://www.gyc.ac.uk/course_detail.asp?i=00053

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    no level 4 is not 3d. its a 55 hour exam spread over a week. its open book, you can go for as many breaks as you like and talk with you friends taking the exam with you.

    if you are well prepared its quite easy

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    oh there is also the multiple choice where you can only get 2 wrong out of 14 questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBC View Post
    Good luck on you gaining a successful completion of your course.

    Personally, I wouldn't want to work with anyone who had a C & G Qualification; maybe that's just me.
    can i ask why you say that, as i was thinking of doing the same course. i am looking at changing careers into HVAC drawing, so as a newbie i think a c&g course is a good starting point.

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    its always better than nothing. people who dont know ACAD need to see qualifications, & C&G level 4 is very good IMHO

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