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    I am looking to do a short AutoCAD course in London and getting a worth will qualification. This is to help with my aspirations to be a designer, as most employers are asking for an AutoCAD qualification. I have done a fair bit of research and was wondering on peoples opinions and weather there is any advice you could give me.

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    not sure if its offered in the UK. but ITT has an excellent program that gets you an associates degree in drafting. its a great start for an upcoming engineer. kinda pricey tho.
    An engineer is NOT done when there nothing left to add. An enginer IS done when there is nothing left to take away.

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    Most colleges run the City & Guilds 4353 courses now. The basic course is usually about 17 weeks depending on how many hours you do each night, but it is a recognised qualification in the UK.

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