If your New Year’s resolution is to improve your Solid Edge skills, then this is the article for you. We have released our new training schedule for the first half of 2012. The schedule includes some new course offerings, along with our traditional courses. Below is a brief description of each Solid Edge course along with a link to a more detailed outline.
Solid Edge Fundamentals (4 days) or Solid Edge Fundamentals Plus (5 days)
This is our introductory course for any novice user. The first four days cover both ordered and synchronous part modeling, assemblies, and drafting. The 5th day is optional and covers sheet metal modeling. For more information follow this link http://www.designfusion.ca/se_fundamental_plus.php.
Solid Edge ST4 Update Course (2 days)
This is our “What’s New in ST4 course”. It focuses on introducing the experienced user to the popular enhancements in our latest release of Solid Edge. For more information follow this link http://www.designfusion.ca/st4update.php.
Advanced Solid Edge Modeling (3 days)
This is one of our newer courses. It’s designed to improve the users’ modeling skills by introducing them to surface modeling, along with advanced modeling tools. Many of the techniques taught in this course have been included based upon queries we have received from our technical support line. For more information follow this link http://www.designfusion.ca/advancedmodelingcourse.php.
Advanced Solid Edge Assembly (3 days)
This course is for the more experienced user, who wants to improve his knowledge in working with assemblies. It focuses on improving the user’s assembly design skills and introduces many advanced assembly design tools. For more information follow this link http://www.designfusion.ca/advancedSEassemblyCourse.php.
Solid Edge Synchronous Technology Course (4 days)
This is our newest course, and is designed for our traditional users who have yet to learn the new synchronous paradigm. Its focus will be on showing the difference between ordered and synchronous modeling and how to use both paradigms to improve your design productivity. For more information follow this link http://www.designfusion.ca/synchronous_tech_course.php.
All of our courses are designed in house, by a certified trainer of adults, and are unique to Designfusion.
All of our instructors are SETA certified and come from a CAD/CAM industry background with many years of experience.
For our course schedule, please visit the following web sites:
English courses in Canada: http://www.designfusion.ca/training_schedule.php
French courses in Canada: http://www.designfusion.qc.ca/events.php
Courses in the USA: http://www.designfusion.com/training_schedule.php
For further inquires, including requests for quotes, please contact your local Account Manager. You can also contact the appropriate inside sales representative listed below:
English Canada: Rose Francella at rfra...@designfusion.com
French Canada: Lily Brault at lbra...@designfusion.com
USA: Sarah Pritsch at spri...@designfusion.com
Remember, it is estimated that 1 hour of an instructor led course is equivalent to 16 hours of teaching yourself. Students, who have attended our courses, see immediate benefits for themselves and their companies.