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LIVE Webinar Fundamentals of GD&T – ASME Y14.5 2009


4 Day Seminar/ 6 Hours per day
10:00 a.m. EDT – 5 p.m. EDT daily
(2.4 CEU’s)

Course Description
This course is an introduction to the ASME Y14.5 standard presented as a live, remote course using GoToTraining software. Internet access and computer (recommended) or tablet required.


  • Introduce the concepts and some of the language of the Y14.5 standard.
  • Enable participants to understand each of the Y14.5 standard’s symbols.
  • Bring participants to a fundamental understanding of Datum Reference Frames.
  • Understand the definitions and the effects of Material Condition Modifiers.
  • Begin to prepare the participants for the ASME GDTP certification exams.


Your drawings have GD&T on them (or maybe they are supposed to)! If you have been attempting to work with GD&T, and you lack the confidence to specify or are having trouble interpreting the specifications, this course is for you. Using GD&T improperly can be worse than not using it at all! This program is a complete introduction to the Y14.5 standard. In this program we will focus on the “what, when, why and how” of GD&T. The main goal is to bring all participants to a common, basic and operational level of understanding. The course is a thorough introduction to those with a little to a moderate level of experience with GD&T, but you will not be an expert. Complete GD&T training requires more than just a few days.

Who Should Attend

This program is designed for anyone who designs, drafts, engineers, purchases, manufactures, estimates, or inspects parts and assemblies. Particular emphasis is placed on those who design and manufacture, and those responsible for quality.


A working understanding of technical drawings (perspectives, sections, details, etc.). GD&T Overview and Print Reading suggested.

Continuing Education

Each participant of any AGI seminar will have access to a senior consultant (usually the instructor of the course) who will be available to answer any follow up questions after the course via telephone or email.