Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, abbreviated as GD&T, serves as a comprehensive symbolic language for articulating the geometry of mechanical parts. Acquire proficiency in AutoCAD and GD&T at SreeCadd in Trivandrum. GD&T encompasses dimensions, symbols, definitions, rules, and conventions that elucidate the functional specifications of each feature in the design model. In essence, GD&T serves as the precise language that facilitates communication among mechanical engineers, fabricators, and designers regarding the design model.

Course Objectives

The course will help students and professionals understand the fundamentals of the GD&T language.This will lead them to understand Geometric Tolerancing and support their journey toward becoming a certified GD&T associate.

Role in the Industry

  • GD&T serves as a global language offering precise specifications and a singular interpretation to ensure alignment with international design models.
  • The datum features of GD & T provide extra tolerance.
  • It facilitates and simplifies gaging requirements.
  • It allows critical-to-function features of the mechanical parts.

Course Highlights

  • Differences between ASME and ISO Standards
  • Practical problem solving with real-world examples
  • Gauging Methods and Implications
  • Explanation and Implication of using GD&T symbols
  • Basic and Advanced GD&T Training
  • Comprehensive Study-Material


CADD Centre has the best faculty and training professionals with years of experience in GD&T language. Their expert guidance and the extended study-material will help you master this language. Moreover, the professional association with CADD Centre will assist you in securing a prestigious and well-compensated job.

Job Prospects

Understanding tolerancing is crucial for manufacturing and building product. Therefore, GD&T is widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, commercial design, and manufacturing industry. So, if you intend to become a certified GD&T associate, the job opportunities for you are endless.


Engineers, designers, toolmakers, inspectors, and project managers must take up this course to understand the fitting and assemblies of spare parts during manufacturing.

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