Its been 18 months since I've really used CAD for work. I finally loaded it upon my home computer last month and I found out on Tue that I've finally got a job interview for a Draughter position (finally out of document control Yay!) However i've only got a week to get back up to speed on as much as physically possible.
I've looked out some of my old ATP stuff that I printed out. I've found Augidoggies Beginners survival and a couple of other bits and bobs.
I was hoping someone who is more familiar with what is available on here could point me to the beginners stuff which would be most relevant.
The company I am to be interviewed by deals with electrical and instrumentation panels mainly for flow systems in the oil and gas industry.
Pretend I'm going from scratch and you'll be close to the truth I can hardly remember anything (Though I know a load about paper space and viewports from previously mentioned ATP notes).
I also never did learn about blocks so if there's a beginners guide to that it would be cool.
Much thanks in advance