Technical Support: 979-845-2604 or agriliferegister@tamu.edu

Irrigation CAD Workshop

  11/20 - 7/26
Workshop $295.00

This training has been canceled.

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Location:  Texas A&M University, 214 Scoates Hall (click here to see map)

This course will provide a review of the irrigation system design process and complete instruction on the use of CAD (computer aided design) software for irrigation system design. The features and capabilities of commercial irrigation computer aided design software will be presented. Students will gain a functional knowledge of CAD software, and be able to use the software to design an irrigation system for a typical, large residence.

Topics of the class include:

  • the menu system of CAD software
  • use of the sprinkler database for selecting and locating heads
  • completing and importing site drawings
  • assigning zones
  • manual and automatic pipe sizing
  • hydraulic calculations
  • producing material and cost estimates

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE
The Irrigation CAD course is essential for anyone responsible for designing or installing irrigation systems on urban landscapes such as residential lawns, sports fields, parks, commercial properties and golf courses.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
The TCEQ has approved the offered course for 16 hours of continuing education credits for Licensed Irrigators, Technicians and Inspectors.

WHAT TO BRING
Students should bring materials for taking notes. While not necessary, students are welcome to bring lap top computers for use in this class. Computers and software will be provided for use in the course.

 

  • Social Distancing Guidelines will be implemented in the classroom.
  • Lunch is provided.

Registration Closed

Online Registration Has Closed
For more information, please contact Extension Conference Services (agriliferegister@tamu.edu or 979-845-2604).

Cancellation/Refund Policy

If a cancellation becomes necessary, please send notification to agriliferegister@tamu.edu. Cancellations received no later than August 2, 2020 will be issued a $270 refund.