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October 14, 2020
As we head into the final stretch of the year, you’re probably thinking, let’s end 2020 already!
We’ve all been there at some point this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make the most of these last few months. Personally, we think it’s a great time to learn new skills, improve your current skills, and increase your efficiency to end the year strong!
Recent studies show that there is a gap between skills employees have, and skills needed for today’s competitive marketplace, and this discrepancy is costing the U.S. about $60 billion per year in productivity issues! So what does this mean for you? As an employee, investing in training for yourself means that you’re a valuable asset to any company, no matter how difficult the job market gets; as a business owner, investing in training for your employees improves not only their productivity, but their satisfaction with their jobs, making it easier for you to retain great talent.
Investing in training is also a great way to help your organization achieve consistency in process adherence, improving project outcomes and helping to meet your goals and targets.
Whether you’re a novice, expert, student, or professional, or you’re a business owner looking to improve your processes, we have a training path for you!
We understand that this year has been a challenging one, but we don’t want budget to stop you from investing in yourself and your future. Visit http://www.wednetpa.com/ to learn more about the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania GFT Program, which offers funding for Information Technology training for your workforce!
Below are the courses we’re offering through the end of the year and into 2021! For the full schedule, Click here.
Autodesk Revit software is becoming the de facto BIM solution for the broken design and construction industry. Autodesk Revit Architecture/Revit LT enables you to create, explore, analyze, visualize, and document your designs in a parametrically immersive and iterative 3D environment. Autodesk Revit Architecture/Revit LT Fundamentals provides you with the foundational understanding of Revit’s powerful purpose-built tools for the BIM process.
This course focuses on subjects current users of AutoCAD Electrical will need to move beyond the basic schematic building tools. The main subjects are panel building, circuit building, and the many AutoCAD Electrical utilities built into the software.
This hands-on class serves as a foundation by covering the basics of Autodesk Inventor. The primary objective is to introduce students to Autodesk Inventor by teaching them the skills necessary to build parts of moderate complexity, assemble parts in an assembly model, and document the models with 2D drawing views. Not every command or option is included since the intent is to present the most essential tools and concepts
This foundation-level courseware covers the essentials of AutoCAD Civil 3D. This three day training course is intended to give students comprehensive experience with the features and benefits of AutoCAD Civil 3D. Hands-on exercises throughout the courseware explore how to create 2D and 3D drawings.
This course focuses on how to build intelligent schematic diagrams, an introduction to panel layouts, commonly used utilities, and extracting reports from one or more drawings in the project. The course focuses on the use of the most commonly used tools to allow the end user to quickly build and manage an electrical controls drawing set.