Nov 14 2017 - 08:00 - Fredericton
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|What AutoCAD® 2016 Transitioning from 2015/2016 is all about! The course is designed for the busy professional. It is short and intensive, combining lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice. The courseware is not industry specific and can be applied to architectural, mechanical or other trades. Class numbers are small (maximum 8 students), meaning that you have ample opportunity to discuss your specific requirements and any problems you are having with the Instructor.|
|What you need to know before.This course is designed for the AutoCAD user who possesses introductory-level knowledge of AutoCAD or has been using AutoCAD for some time and understands the basics of working with AutoCAD. Terminology and instructions assume this level of experience when concepts, procedures, and exercises are discussed.|
Pricing: $450/student/day (tax not included).
What is not included: Students are responsible for their travel, meals and living expenses.
|Reserve your seat today! Course requires pre-registration to attend.Use the registration form at the end of this page to reserve and purchase your seat. If you prefer, you can reserve your seat or get further information by giving us a call at: (506) 459-3271 or by email us at: Michel.Beaulieu@solidcad.ca. To allow time for course setup, registrations must be received 7 days prior to course start. Seats are limited so don’t delay!NOTE: You must be registered and logged into the site and you must have selected the event (class, location and date) before the registration form will display.|
AutoCAD 2016 Transitioning from 2014/2015, training content
|Ch.1 Interface and General Enhancements
|Ch.2 Documentation Enhancements
|Ch.3 3D Modeling
||Ch.4 Project Collaboration
NOTE: You must be registered and logged into the site and you must have selected the event (class, location and date) before the registration form will display.