Master Certificate in Building Design

Master Certificate in Building Design

Master Certificate in Building Design Training

Introduction
Building design is the process of creating plans, drawings, and models of a building, with the goal of creating safe, functional, and aesthetically pleasing structures. It requires exposure in architecture, engineering, and construction. The certification courses offered under the Master Certificate program in Building Design introduces students to the principles and practices of designing buildings, and trains them in using CAD tools to design, visualise, and analyse various types of structures using finite element analysis for safety and functionality.

Scope of Course
The Master Certificate program trains students in tapping the capabilities of popular CAD tools for designing, analysing, and optimising building structures for performance and safety. The key areas of training offered in the certificate programs are:
Structural Analysis
Structural Design
Building Performance
Visualization

Career Prospects / Job Roles
As the demand for sustainable and energy-efficient buildings continues to grow, building engineers who are trained and certified in the areas of building design, visualisation, structural design, safety, among others will have even more opportunities. Career prospects for building design engineers include roles in architecture and engineering firms, construction companies, and consulting firms. The jobs usually involve designing and analysing building structures for safety and efficiency. Some of the career prospects for students and professionals who have completed a Master level certificate program include:
CAD Draftsman
Structural Design Engineer
Detailing Engineer
BIM Modeller
Senior Draftsman (Steel Structures)
Site Engineer
Project Manager
Course Combination
Course Combination
CADD Centre offers the following Master Certificate courses in Building Design in different combinations of CAD tools:
Proficient in AutoCAD + Proficient in ETABS

Ideal For
The courses are most suitable for:
Civil engineers and students
Architects and architectural students
MEP designers
Urban planners and sustainability engineers