About CATIA Course

CATIA, which stands for “Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application,” is a sophisticated computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) software developed by Dassault Systèmes. It is widely used in various industries, including mechanical engineering, aerospace, automotive, and manufacturing.

ATIA’s extensive capabilities make it an essential tool for mechanical engineers working on complex and innovative projects. It is widely used in industries where precision, performance, and collaboration are critical to successful product development.

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Why Choose Us

  1. From Fundamentals to Advanced: SKYSYS Engineering cover CATIA from the ground up, starting with the basics and gradually progressing to advanced topics. No matter your current skill level, you’ll find value in this course.

  2. Hands-On Experience: SKYSYS Engineering believe in learning by doing. Throughout the course, you’ll work on hands-on projects and exercises to reinforce your understanding of CATIA concepts. 

  3. Interactive Learning: SKYSYS Engineering training sessions are highly interactive, allowing you to engage with instructors and fellow students. You’ll have opportunities to ask questions, seek clarification, and collaborate on projects.

  4. Project Portfolio: By the end of the course, you’ll have a portfolio of React.js projects to showcase to potential employers. These projects will demonstrate your expertise and problem-solving abilities.

  5. Flexibility: SKYSYS Engineering understand that life can be busy, so we offer flexible training options. Choose from in-person classes, live online sessions, or self-paced modules to fit your schedule and learning style.

  6. Small Class Sizes: SKYSYS Engineering maintain small class sizes to provide personalized attention to each student. This fosters a supportive learning environment where your questions are always welcome.
  7. Career Guidance: We’re not just focused on teaching; we’re invested in your success. Our career guidance and job placement assistance help you transition into a rewarding career in design or engineering.

CATIA Course Content


DAY : 1

Introduction to CADDESK,
CAD/CAM/CAE, Product
Design Cycle, GUI of CATIAV5,
Workbenches of CATIA,
Specification Tree, Compass,
Mouse usage, File Operations

DAY : 2

Profile Toolbar –Profile,
Rectangle, Circle, Spline,
Ellipse, Line, Axis, Point.
Sketch Tools –Grid, Snap to
Point, construction elements,
Geometrical Constraints,
Dimensional Constraints

DAY : 3

Operation –Corner, Chamfer,
Trim, mirror, Project 3D
Constraint –Constraints,
Defined, Constraints, Fix
together, Animate Constraint,
Edit multi constraint

DAY : 4

Sketch Based Features –Pad,
Multi-pad, Pocket, Shaft,
Groove, Hole, Rib, slot, solid
combine, multi section solid,
remove multi section solid

DAY : 5

View –Fly Mode, fit all in, Pan,
Rotate, Zoom in/Out, Normal
view, View manager, Visual
Material –Apply Material, Type
of Materials

DAY : 6

Reference elements –Point,
line, plane

DAY : 7

Transformation Features –
Translation, Mirror, Patterns,

Dress-up Features –Edge fillet,
chamfer, draft angle, shell,
thickness, Thread/Tap,
Remove face

DAY : 8

Boolean Operations –
Assemble, Add, Remove,
Intersect, Union Trim, Remove
Measure – Measure Between,
Measure item, measure inertia

DAY : 9

Knowledge – Formula, Design
Table, Knowledge inspector,
Lock selected parameters,
equivalent dimensions, Power
copy, Catalogue

DAY : 10

Practical Approach –Practice
with previous commands and
form a practical model

DAY : 11

Product Structure Tools –
Component, Product, Part,
Existing component, Replace

DAY : 12

Constraints –Coincidence,
Contact, Offset, Angle, Fix, Fix
together, Quick constraint,
flexible/rigid sub-assembly,
change, reuse pattern

DAY : 13

Minor Project Submission –
Project on any practical

DAY : 14

Demo on Advance Software –
Demo on software like –

DAY : 15

Wireframe and Surface
Surfaces – Extrude, Revolve,
Sphere, Cylinder, Offset,Sweep, Fill, Blend, Multisection surface 

DAY : 16

Operations – Join, Healing,
Split, boundary, Translate,

DAY : 17

Wireframe –Projection,
Intersection, Circle, Helix

DAY : 18

Generative Sheet Metal
Walls –Parameters, Wall, Wall
on edge, extrusion, flange
Rolled Walls –Hopper, Rolled

DAY : 19

Bending–Bend, folds, bend
from flat

DAY : 20

Cutting/Stamping –Hole, cut
out, corner relief, surface

DAY : 21

Live Project –Live project on
sheet metal module

DAY : 22

Sheet preparation –Insert a
sheet, model insertion, sheet
Views –Front, Section,
Detailed, Clipping, Broken

DAY : 23

Dimensioning –Dimensions,
Technological, FeaturedDimensions, Re-route
dimensions, Datum Features
Final Project – Announcement
of final project for certification

DAY : 24

Annotations –Text,
Roughness, Symbol, Table, Bill
of Material

DAY : 25

Miscellaneous Command –
Rendering, File extensions,
Import, Export

DAY : 26

Theory of 3D Printing –Demo
on 3D printer, software
introduction, Mechanism and
principle of 3D printer.

DAY : 27

Project –Give a project on 3D

DAY : 28

Industrial Visit –Theory class
for Industrial visit, Site visit

DAY : 29

Final Feedback – online
Exam – Take exam
Project Submission – submit
final project based on real

DAY : 30

Special Class – Take class on

DAY : 31-35

Major Project

Career Opportunities

CATIA (Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application) is a powerful and widely used CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software developed by Dassault Systèmes. It is especially popular in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and manufacturing. Proficiency in CATIA can lead to numerous career opportunities in various roles and industries.

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical engineers use CATIA for designing and modeling mechanical components, systems, and products. They work on projects ranging from consumer goods and automotive parts to industrial machinery and aerospace components.

Product Designer

Product designers use CATIA to create innovative and aesthetically pleasing product designs. They focus on user experience, functionality, and form while leveraging CATIA to turn ideas into 3D models.

CAD Designer/Drafter

CAD designers and drafters work with CATIA to create detailed technical drawings, schematics, and blueprints. They collaborate closely with engineers to ensure accurate and precise documentation.

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