Work with point and point groups, parcels, surveying tools, surfaces, alignments, and profiles.
Create corridors, sections, pipe, and pressure networks.
Use workflows for plan production such as creating note label styles, view frames and sheets, and data shortcuts.
Demonstrate the skills and knowledge required for taking the Autodesk Certified Professional: Civil 3D for Infrastructure Design exam.
Prove to potential employers that you’re up to the task by becoming an Autodesk Certified Professional. This online course from Autodesk prepares you by offering an overview of skills that match what is covered in the Autodesk Certified Professional: Civil 3D for Infrastructure Design exam. The video lessons are structured to match the exam’s objective domains and follow the typical workflow and features of the Autodesk® AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software, including sections on points, parcels, and surveying, surfaces and grading, alignments and profiles, corridors and sections, pipe networks, and plan production and data management. In the course, you’ll review advanced infrastructure topics. You’ll work with points and point groups, parcels and parcel styles, and the surveying tools. You’ll also gain an understanding of exam topics such as TIN surfaces and volume surfaces, profile views, and both pipe and pressure networks. Brush up on feature lines, sites and grading models, corridors, note label styles, data shortcuts, and much more.
The provided Civil 3D dataset allows you to follow along with the lessons and try out methods and workflows. Practice exercises and challenge assignments help you practice and review the exam topics on your own. Finally, you can test your knowledge by taking one of the full practice exams that accompany the course.
About the Autodesk Certified Professional: Civil 3D for Infrastructure Design exam:
The Autodesk Certified Professional: Civil 3D for Infrastructure Design exam is the recognized standard for measuring your knowledge in Civil 3D. Certification at this level demonstrates a comprehensive skill set that provides an opportunity for individuals to stand out in a competitive professional environment. This type of experience typically comes from having worked with the software on a regular basis for at least 2 years, equivalent to approximately 400 hours (minimum) – 1200 hours (recommended), of real-world Autodesk software experience. Ready to take the exam? Schedule to take the exam online or find a testing center near you on pearsonvue.com/autodesk.
Points, Parcels, Surfaces, and Grading
In Week 1, we'll covers the key aspects of the Civil 3D project, from creating points and point groups to creating and modifying parcels and using the surveying tools. You’ll get an in-depth review of surfaces, feature lines, sites, and grading models.
Alignments, Profiles, Corridors, Pipe Networks, and Plan Production
In Week 2, we'll go deeper into Civil 3D projects, with sections on creating alignments and profiles, corridors and sections, and pipe networks. You’ll also learn about plan production and data management, important aspects of any civil engineer or designer’s job.