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Bristol Community College (Mechanical Engineeri)
Unfortunately I have no prior experience in teaching except for teaching coworkers on how to use Cad. I am currently enrolled in the engineering program at BCC but I have a long way to go. I'm only a part time student and I'm currently only taking 2 classes per semester. I'm also a full time dad and have a full time job, which is why I'm only taking 2 classes per semester.
I'm looking into teaching Cad simply because I really enjoy Cad and would like to try to make some extra cash. In 2002 I took a non credit Cad course and an intermediate Cad course and from that point on I was hooked. More recently I and through out my career I've needed to take some engineering courses for my degree and I always concentrated on various Cad software which provided me with a lot more knowledge in Cad software and in drafting in general.
I have 13 years work experience with AutoCad, AutoCad certificate, AutoDesk Inventor Certified, SolidWorks Certified. Cad classes taken through the years, Cad I, Cad II, Architectural Cad, Inventor training & certification class, and ENG II which offered the SolidWorks Certification test for final grade.
I would really like to try this out, I'm an energetic type of person and easy to communicate with. I feel like I know AutoCad like I know the back of my hand and I really enjoy AutoCad which is why I believe I'm good at it. If I could leave you with one tip about AutoCad it would be to just be patient and keep practicing. It simply takes time to be proficient with Cad but then it's like riding a bike. Unfortunately I have no prior experience in teaching except for teaching coworkers on how to use Cad. I am currently enrolled in the engineering program at BCC but I have a long way to go. I'm only a part time student and I'm currently only taking 2 classes per semester. I'm also a full time dad
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