3Ds Max:  This is a 3D modeling, animation, and rendering software developed by Autodesk. It’s popular among architects for creating 3D models of buildings, landscapes, and interiors. Architects use it to visualize and design their projects in three dimensions. It offers a wide range of tools for modeling, texturing, and animating objects and scenes.

V-Ray: V-Ray is a rendering engine developed by Chaos Group. It’s often used as a plugin for software like 3ds Max. V-Ray specializes in creating realistic, high-quality renderings of 3D scenes. Architects use it to turn their 3D models into photorealistic images and animations. It provides advanced lighting, material, and camera options to achieve lifelike results.

What You’ll Learn:

– Geometric Modeling
– Organic Modeling
– Parametric Modeling
– Landscape Modeling
– Exterior Modeling
– Interior Modeling
– 3D Plan
– Architectural Modifiers
– Plugins


– Camera Setup
– Creating Material
– All Kinds of Material
– Environment
– Populating Scene
– Realistic Rendering
– Free Package of Materials
– Free Package of 3D models

Duration: 2 MONTHS

ONLY 3Ds MAX 150 $

Rhino (Rhinoceros): Rhino is a 3D modeling software used by architects for creating and manipulating complex 3D geometry. It’s known for its versatility and is often used for conceptual design, architectural modeling, and rendering. Architects appreciate Rhino’s flexibility in handling various design forms and its compatibility with other design software.

Grasshopper: Grasshopper is a visual programming language and plugin for Rhino. It’s particularly valuable to architects for its ability to generate parametric designs. Architects can use Grasshopper to create and manipulate complex algorithms that drive the geometry in their Rhino models. This allows for the exploration of innovative and adaptive design solutions, making it a powerful tool for architectural design optimization and generative design processes.

What You’ll Learn:

Rhino  and  grasshopper
– Geometric Modeling
– Organic Modeling
– Parametric Modeling
– Environmental Analysis
– Curve Analysis
– Surface Analysis
– Mesh Analysis
– Sub D Modeling
– Data Analysis
Duration:  1.5  MONTH

Revit Architecture: Revit is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) software developed by Autodesk. It’s a powerful tool specifically designed for architects and building professionals. Revit allows architects to create and manage detailed 3D models of buildings and their components, such as walls, floors, roofs, and more. What sets Revit apart is its database-driven approach, where changes made in one part of the model automatically update throughout the entire project, ensuring consistency and accuracy. It’s widely used for architectural design, documentation, and collaboration among architects, engineers, and construction teams.

What You’ll Learn:

– Architectural Drafting
– Architectural Modeling
– Structure
– Working with Families
– Working with Details
– Preparing Sheets
– Environmental Analysis
– Working with Site Plans and Slops
– All Types of Roofs and Stairs
Duration:  1.5  MONTH

AutoCAD: AutoCAD is a computer-aided design (CAD) software developed by Autodesk. It is extensively used by architects for 2D drafting and drawing tasks related to architectural design. Architects rely on AutoCAD to create precise floor plans, elevations, sections, and other 2D representations of buildings. It offers a wide range of tools for drawing, dimensioning, and annotation, making it a fundamental software for architectural professionals to produce accurate and detailed architectural drawings.

What You’ll Learn:

– Drawing Detailed 2D
– Project Making
– Section
– Elevation
– Sheet Presentation
– Package All Blocks
– Tips and Tricks
Duration:  1  MONTH

Corona Renderer: Corona Renderer is a photorealistic rendering plugin for 3ds Max, a popular 3D modeling and rendering software. It’s a valuable tool for architects as it enhances the visualization of architectural designs. Corona Renderer focuses on producing highly realistic and visually appealing renderings by simulating the behavior of light, materials, and cameras. Architects can use it to create lifelike images and animations of their 3D models, helping to showcase and present architectural concepts and designs with exceptional realism.

What You’ll Learn:

– Exterior Rendering
– Interior Rendering
– Scene Lighting
– Environment
– Volumetrics
– Scattering
– Corona Pattern Setup
– Animation
– Curve Editor
– Camera Rigging
– Materials ( Gift )
– Scanned HDRI ‘s ( Gift )

Duration:  1.5  MONTH

SketchUp: SketchUp is a 3D modeling software that architects use for creating and visualizing architectural designs. It’s known for its user-friendly interface and is used to quickly generate 3D models of buildings, interiors, and landscapes.

Lumion: Lumion is a rendering and visualization software .It allows architects to turn their 3D models into stunning, lifelike renderings and animations. Lumion specializes in creating realistic visualizations, making it a valuable tool for presenting architectural designs to clients and stakeholders.

What You’ll Learn:

– Exterior Rendering
– Interior Rendering
– Importing Plans
– Plug-in
– Materials
– Lighting
– Exporting to DWG
– Section and Elevation
– Camera Setup


– Camera Setup
– Creating Material
– All Kinds of Lighting
– Environment
– Effects
– Animation
– Settings

Duration: 2 MONTHS

ONLY Lumion 75 $
ONLY Sketchup 125 $


Revit Structure: Revit is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) software developed by Autodesk. It is widely used by structural engineers, among other professionals in the construction industry. For structural engineers, Revit allows the creation of detailed 3D models of a building’s structure. It facilitates the design, analysis, and documentation of various structural elements, such as beams, columns, foundations, and more. Revit’s BIM capabilities enable collaboration and coordination between architects, engineers, and contractors, ensuring a more efficient and accurate structural design and construction process.

What You’ll Learn:

– Interior to BIM & Revit, Revit Templates & Interface
– 2D View & 3D Model, Grids & Levels, Dimensions & Text, Bearing Walls
– Modify Tools ( Move, Copy, Rotate, Align, Trim, Extend, mirror, ….. etc )
– Concrete : Foundation, Columns, Beams, Floor and Stairs
– Rebar : Foundations and Column Reinforcing
– Rebar : Beams and Slab Reinforcing
– Steel Structure, Skeleton Building ( Practice )
– Structural Schedule, Sheets, Project Information, Camera and Animations ( Practice)
Duration:  1  MONTH


Solid Works: SolidWorks is a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) software developed by Dassault Systèmes. It’s widely used by mechanical engineers for designing and simulating mechanical components and assemblies. SolidWorks offers powerful tools for modeling, rendering, and conducting stress and motion analyses, making it valuable for product design and engineering.

Fusion 360: Fusion 360 is a cloud-based CAD/CAM/CAE software developed by Autodesk. It’s popular among mechanical engineers for its versatility and collaborative features. Fusion 360 allows engineers to design 3D models, perform simulations, and generate toolpaths for manufacturing. Its cloud-based nature enables real-time collaboration and data access from anywhere, making it suitable for distributed engineering teams.

What You’ll Learn:

Solid Works  and  Fusion 360
– Introduction on Solid Works and Fusion 360 Programs
– Create Sketch on Solid Works
– Create Feature 3D Module ( Extrude, Cutting Extrude, Mirror, Pattern, Revolve…)
– Create Mechanical Components
– Assembly the Mechanical Components
– Making Technical Drawing for Projects
– Learning Technics of Making Projects
– Modify Projects
– Introduction to CAM and CNC
– Fabrication CNC ( Laser, Plasma, Waterjet, … )
– Milling 2D and 3D Axis
– Simulating Projects
Duration:  1.5  MONTH


Hysys:  is a widely used process simulation software in the field of chemical engineering. It allows students and professionals to model, simulate, and optimize various chemical processes. HYSYS helps in the design and analysis of chemical processes, including tasks like heat and mass balance calculations, equipment sizing, and process optimization.


Control Room Software: In chemical engineering, a control room software refers to applications used to monitor and control industrial processes from a central control room. These software systems integrate with various instruments and sensors in a plant to provide real-time data and enable operators to make adjustments to maintain safe and efficient operations. These software packages often include Human-Machine Interface (HMI) software that displays process data, alarms, and controls for operators to manage the plant’s operations effectively. Examples of control room software include SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems and DCS (Distributed Control System) software.

What You’ll Learn:

Hysys and Control Room
– Dynamic Model State
– Reactors
– Absorber Tower
– Exchanger
– Petroleum Assay
– Sour Water System
– Optimization
– Case Study
– Distillation Tower

– Spread Sheet
– Special Hand & Hysys Calculation
– Tower Internal Components
– Flash Separator
– Two and Three Phase Separator
– Pump
– Expanded or Turbine
– Logical Operations or Helpers (Set, Adjust, Recycle, ….)

Duration: 2 MONTHS

ONLY Control Room 200 $


JavaScript: JavaScript is a versatile and widely-used programming language primarily utilized in web development. It operates on the client side of web applications, enabling developers to create interactive and dynamic user interfaces. JavaScript is compatible with web browsers, making it an essential tool for front-end development. It allows programmers to manipulate HTML and CSS, handle user input, and communicate with web servers through asynchronous operations. Additionally, JavaScript has gained popularity in server-side development through frameworks like Node.js, expanding its range of applications.

What You’ll Learn:

Java Script
– Learn How Variables Can Be Used to Solve Complex Mathematical Expressions.
– Using Functions to Avoid Repetitive Tasks and Actions
– Get Accustomed to Object -Orientated Programming
– Build Interactive Web Applications
– Understand Use Cases of Different Data Structures
– Create Custom Modules to Integrate with Your Workflow
Duration:  1.5  MONTH

C++: is a robust, multi-paradigm programming language that combines elements of both low-level and high-level programming. Initially an extension of the C programming language, C++ offers additional features like object-oriented programming (OOP), which enhances code organization and reusability. It is a preferred choice for system software development, including operating systems, game engines, and embedded systems, due to its high performance and efficient memory management capabilities. C++ grants developers fine-grained control over memory allocation and manipulation, making it suitable for projects where performance optimization is critical.

What You’ll Learn:

– Learn How Variables Can Be Used to Solve Complex Mathematical Expressions.
– Using Functions to Avoid Repetitive Tasks and Actions
– Get Accustomed to Object -Orientated Programming
– Familiarize Yourself with Pointers and References
– Understand Use Cases of Different Data Structures
– Create Custom Modules to Integrate with Your Workflow
Duration:  1  MONTH

Python: Python is a high-level, interpreted programming language renowned for its simplicity, readability, and versatility. It boasts a clear and concise syntax that emphasizes code readability, making it an excellent choice for both beginner and experienced programmers. Python’s extensive standard library, rich ecosystem of third-party libraries and frameworks, and cross-platform compatibility contribute to its widespread adoption. Software engineers use Python for a myriad of tasks, including web development (Django, Flask), data analysis and scientific computing (NumPy, pandas), machine learning (TensorFlow, PyTorch), automation, and scripting.

What You’ll Learn:

– Learn How Variables Can Be Used to Solve Complex Mathematical Expressions.
– Using Functions to Avoid Repetitive Tasks and Actions
– Get Accustomed to Object -Orientated Programming
– Speed Up Your Productivity through Libraries
– Understand Use Cases of Different Data Structures
– Create Custom Modules to Integrate with Your Workflow
Duration:  1.5  MONTH


Word: Microsoft Word is a word processing program used for creating, editing, and formatting documents like reports and letters.
Excel: Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application used for managing and analyzing data. It’s commonly used for tasks like budgeting, data analysis, and creating charts.
PowerPoint: Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation software that allows you to create slideshows with text, images, and multimedia elements for delivering visual presentations.
Windows: Windows is a widely used computer operating system developed by Microsoft. It provides a user-friendly interface and manages hardware and software resources, allowing users to run various applications on their computers.

What You’ll Learn:

– Installation & Commission
– Manage Folders
– Using of Cortana
– Working with Edge
– Work in a Network Environment
– Principles and Methods of Search
– Windows Update
– Windows Tools
– Manage Use Accounts
– Manage Desktop

– General Perimeter
– Rules of Inserting Text
– Document Settings
– Printing rules
–  Inserting Shapes and Pictures
– Reviewing Documents
– Creating Table of Documents
– Advanced Settings
– Protecting Documents

– Inserting and Editing Data
– Identifying Data
– Types of Number Formatting
– Printing Rules
– Cell References
– Formulas Component
– Functions
– Creating and Formatting Tables
– Sorting and Filtering Data
Duration:  1  MONTH