Project Description


CEF Course Code: 22C05152-A
CEF Institution Code: 548
Welkin Course Code: AD3

Autodesk Authorised Training Centre

The course “Certificate in BIM Civil Engineering Design with AutoCAD Civil 3D” is approved by Reindustrialisation and Technology Training Programme (RTTP). Qualified Hong Kong companies* can get max. 2/3 course fee reimbursement from this program. (Course fee after reimburse: $3,100)
Please call 3605 3322 for course/ RTTP program details and direct enroll for your staff training.

Learn more about RTTP

* RTTP is a program only for Local Hong Kong companies apply. For individuals training sponsorship, you can consider CEF. (If suitable)

Course Features

AutoCAD Civil 3D focuses on civil engineering design and supports BIM workflows. This hands-on, instructor-led course covers the essential functions and benefits of AutoCAD Civil 3D for creating, analyzing and managing civil engineering drawings and projects. It covers the skills required for taking the full advantages of the software’s core features. Learn the techniques to:

  • Improve productivity through AutoCAD Civil 3D’s interactive, dynamic modelling functionality
  • Streamline project processes by automating time-consuming tasks
By the end of the course you will have a great understanding of the core features of Civil 3D and should be able to apply the skills learned to better design, analyze and manage civil engineering projects.
  • Autodesk Certified Instructor
  • Autodesk Official Course Certificate
  • Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instruction

Learn from the Experts

Get Professional Recognition

Certify your Civil 3D skills with Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D Professional Certification. The certification is not a requirement for course completion but we highly recommend you to get your skills professionally recognized.
Remark: The course fee does not include the certification exam.

Further Study

After completing this course you may further develop your knowledge and skills in 3D design with the CEF reimbursable course Diploma in Animation Design with 3ds Max.

Course Fee


*after maximum 80% fee reimbursement from CEF. Full course fee is $9300.

This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under Continuing Education Fund
The Office of the Continuing Education Fund does not have record of registration of this course under the Qualifications Framework

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Course Duration

36 Hours

Course Prerequisites

Course participants should be at least 18 years old, have an education level of Form 5 or above, and knowledge of Microsoft Windows, AutoCAD and Civil Engineering.

Title of Award & Assessment Methods

Students are required to complete and pass a course assignment, and will receive a certificate on course completion.

Schedule & Online Enrolment

You will pay the course fee ($9,300) by default option. If you choose to pay by monthly installment, please use “Pay when visit Welkin” while checkout. CEF reimburse application (if any) will proceed once the course completed.

Sign up for your course by clicking the “Enrol” button, then proceed to checkout to finish course registration.

Certificate in BIM Civil Engineering Design with AutoCAD Civil 3D (Code: 22C05152-A)
Course No. 課程編號Info. 語言/系統/地點Start 開課日End 完課日Day(s) 上課日Time 上課時段Duration 課程長度Enrol 報名
AD3B-35C19KCantonese / PC / MongKok19/0102/03WED,FRI1900-220036 hours / 12 sessions20220119


This course covers the essential functions and benefits of AutoCAD Civil 3D for creating, analyzing and managing civil engineering drawings and projects. It cover the skills required for taking the full advantage of the software’s core features.. On completion of the course, student will be able to:

  • describe and use AutoCAD Civil 3D commands
  • produce 2D and 3D drawings based on the object-orientated modeling engine
  • analyze construction dynamically in a 3D environment
  • design terrains, road and pipe networks based on 3D alignments and surfaces

The AutoCAD Civil 3D Interface

  • Product Overview
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Workspaces
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D User Interface
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Toolspace
  • Prospector Tab
  • Settings Tab
  • Survey Tab
  • Toolbox Tab
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Panorama
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Templates, Settings, and Styles
  • Drawing Settings in Detail
  • Styles
  • Templates

Project Management

  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Projects
  • Single-Design Drawing Projects
  • Multiple Drawings Sharing Data using Shortcuts
  • Multiple Drawings Sharing Data with Autodesk Vault
  • Sharing Data
  • Using Data Shortcuts for Project Managemen
  • Update Notification
  • Removing and Promoting Shortcuts
  • eTransmit Data References
  • Data Shortcut Workflow
  • Workflow Details
  • Advantages of Data Shortcuts
  • Limitations of Data Shortcuts


  • Lines and Curves
  • Introduction to Parcels
  • ROW Parcel
  • Parcel Style Display Order
  • Parcel Properties
  • Parcel Labels and Styles
  • Create Parcels from Objects
  • Creating Right-of-Way Parcels
  • Creating and Editing Parcels by Layout Overview
  • Creating and Editing Parcels
  • Freehand
  • Slide Line
  • Swing Line
  • Free Form Create
  • Frontage
  • Renumbering Parcels
  • Parcel Reports
  • Parcel Labels
  • Parcel Tables


  • Survey Workflow Overview
  • Introduction to the Survey Toolspace
  • Survey Figures
  • Figure Styles
  • Figure Prefix Database
  • Points Overview
  • Point Label Style
  • Point Settings
  • Creating Points
  • Description Key Sets
  • Importing Survey Data
  • To Import Points Only
  • Duplicate Point Numbers
  • Import Points and Figures Using the Survey Database
  • Point Groups
  • Reviewing and Editing Points
  • Point Reports


  • Surface Process
  • Surface Properties
  • Contour Data
  • Weeding Factors
  • Supplementing Factors
  • Contour Issues
  • Minimizing Flat Triangle Strategies
  • Other Surface Data
  • DEM Files
  • Drawing Objects
  • Point Files
  • Point Groups
  • Point Survey Queries
  • Figure Survey Queries
  • Breaklines and Boundaries
  • Breaklines
  • Surface Editing
  • Line Edits
  • Point Edits
  • Simplify Surface
  • Smooth Contours
  • Smooth Surface
  • Copy Surface
  • Surface Paste
  • Raise/Lower Surface
  • Adjusting Surfaces through
  • Surface Properties
  • Surface Analysis Tools
  • Viewing a Surface in 3D
  • Quick Profile
  • Practice 5c Surface Edits
  • Surface Labels
  • Contour Labels
  • Spot and Slope Labels
  • Surface Volume Calculations
  • Volumes Dashboard
  • Bounded Volumes
  • Volume Reports
  • Grid Volume or TIN Volume Surface
  • Surface Analysis Display
  • Analysis Settings
  • Analysis Data Display


  • Roadway Design Overview
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D Sites
  • Introduction to Alignments
  • Criteria-Based Design
  • Alignment Types
  • Alignment Segment Types
  • Alignments Layout Tools
  • Alignment Editing
  • Alignment Properties
  • Station Control Tab
  • Design Criteria Tab
  • Labels and Tables
  • Alignment Point Labels
  • Independent Alignment Labels
  • Alignment Table Styles


  • Profiles Overview
  • Repositioning and Deleting Profile Views
  • Create a Profile View Style
  • Create Profiles from Surface
  • Create Profile View Wizard
  • Finished Ground Profiles
  • Create and Edit Profiles
  • Transparent Commands
  • Assigning Profile Band Elevations
  • Profile Segment Types
  • Profile Labels


  • Assembly Overview
  • Assemblies
  • Subassemblies
  • Modifying Assemblies
  • Attaching Subassemblies
  • Detaching Subassemblies
  • Copying Assemblies
  • Mirroring Subassemblies
  • Select Similar Subassemblies
  • Sharing Assemblies
  • Getting More Information on Subassemblies
  • Creating a Corridor
  • Target Mapping
  • Corridor Properties
  • Information Tab
  • Parameters Tab
  • Codes
  • Feature Lines
  • Slope Patterns
  • Designing Intersections
  • General Tab
  • Geometry Details Tab
  • Corridor Regions Tab
  • Corridor Surfaces
  • Overhang Correction
  • Surface Boundaries
  • Corridor Section Review and Edit
  • Corridor Visualization


  • Grading Overview
  • Feature Lines
  • Feature Line Contextual Tab
  • Elevation Editor
  • Grading Tools
  • Grading Creation Tools Toolbar
  • Modifying AutoCAD Civil 3D Grading
  • Grading Styles
  • Feature Line Labels
  • Grading Criteria
  • Grading Criteria Set
  • Grading Volumes

Pipe Networks

  • Pipes Overview
  • Pipes Configuration
  • Creating Pipe Networks by Objects
  • The Network Layout Toolbar
  • Creating Pipe Networks by Layout
  • Network Editing
  • Pipe (and Structure) Properties
  • Swap Part
  • Connect/Disconnect From Part
  • Annotating Pipe Networks
  • Pipe Networks in Sections
  • Pipe Network Reports and Tables
  • Pressure Pipe Networks

Quantity Take Off/Sections

  • Sample Line Groups
  • Modifying Sample Line Groups
  • Section Volume Calculations
  • Earthwork Volumes
  • Mass Haul
  • Material Volumes
  • Quantity Takeoff Criteria
  • Define Materials
  • Pay Items
  • Section Views
  • Section View Wizard

Plan Production

  • Plan Production Tools
  • Overview
  • Plan Production Objects
  • View Frames
  • View Frame Groups
  • Match Lines
  • Plan Production Object Edits
  • Name
  • Description
  • Object style
  • View Frame Geometry Properties
  • Edits
  • Match Line Geometry
  • Properties Edits
  • Creating Sheets
  • Sheet Sets
  • Structuring Sheet Sets
  • Editing Sheet Sets
  • Sheet Set Manager Properties

Project Based Feature studies: Grading

Introduction to Grading

  • Overview
  • Parts of the Grading Object
  • Grading Workflow
  • Tools in AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Settings and Defaults
  • Feature Line Styles
  • Grading Group Styles
  • Grading Criteria Sets
  • Grade to Distance
  • Grade to Elevation
  • Grade to Relative Elevation
  • Grade to Surface
  • Surface Styles
  • Sites Overview
  • Sites for Design Options
  • Creating Sites

Parcel Grading

  • Setting Parcel Line Elevations
  • Site Properties
  • Move/Copy Parcels to Another Site
  • Edit Elevations Panel
  • Retaining Walls
  • Editing Surfaces
  • Feature Line Interactions With Parcel Lines

Building Pad Design

Feature Lines Overview

  • Create Feature Lines from Objects
  • Grading Creation Tools
  • Grading Groups
  • Grading Setup
  • Create Grading
  • Grading Infill
  • Editing the Grading
  • Delete Grading Objects
  • Modify Grading Object Criteria
  • Grading Volume Tools
  • Calculate Volumes
  • Balance Volumes

Parking Lot Design

  • Draw Feature Lines
  • Create a Temporary Surface
  • Stepped Offsets
  • Copy or Move Feature Lines from One Site to Another
  • Create a Transitional Grading Group
  • Practice 4b Create Stepped
  • Offsets and Transitional
  • Gradings
  • Create a Grading Surface
  • Add Feature Lines to a Grading Surface

Pond Design

  • Feature Line Review
  • Feature Line Contextual Tab
  • Edit Elevations
  • Create Feature Lines From Corridors
  • Edit Geometry
  • Creating Complex Grading Groups
  • Grade to Elevation
  • Grade to Relative Elevation
  • Grade to Distance
  • Grade to Surface

Lagoon Grading

  • Alignments
  • Profiles
  • Create Grading Assemblies
  • Link Subassemblies
  • Daylight Subassemblies
  • Creating Complex Corridors
  • Baselines
  • Regions
  • Create Complex Corridors
  • Modify Corridor Grading
  • Grip Editing
  • Modify Regions
  • Modify Corridor
  • Modify Corridor Sections

Combining Surfaces

AutoCAD Civil 3D Projects

  • Single-Design Drawing Projects
  • Multiple Drawings Sharing Data using Shortcuts
  • Multiple Drawings Sharing Data with Autodesk Vault
  • Sharing Data
  • Data Shortcuts
  • Update Notification
  • Removing and Promoting Shortcuts
  • eTransmit Data References
  • Data Shortcut Workflow
  • Workflow Details
  • Advantages of Data Shortcuts
  • Limitations of Data Shortcuts


  • Introduction to the 3D Modeling Workspace
  • 3D Ribbon Panels
  • Basic 3D Viewing Tools
  • Preset 3D Views
  • Orbiting in 3D
  • Using Visual Styles
  • 3D Navigation Tools
  • ViewCube
  • SteeringWheel
  • Working with Materials
  • Using the Materials Browser Libraries
  • Adding Materials
  • Attaching Materials by Layer
  • Materials Editor
  • Texture Editor
  • Specifying Light Sources
  • Default Lighting
  • Sunlight
  • User-Defined Lights
  • Modifying Lights
  • Rendering Concepts
  • Adjusting the Exposure
  • Creating a Sense of Distance
  • Advanced Render Settings
  1. Proceed with on-line registration or send the completed enrolment form (download) to us together with a cheque (made payable to Welkin Compuer Training) for the program fee.
  2. CEF applicants have to complete the CEF Application Form (download) and send it to us for certification. They will then send the form to The Office of the Continuing Education Fund, Units 07-11, 25/F., CDW Building, 388 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territories. Together with a photocopy of their HKID Card before course commencement. Applicants may also place their applications in the drop-in box on 12/F., Cheung Sha Wan Government Offices.

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