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GoEngineer invites U.S. military service veterans to enroll in our supported, self-paced SOLIDWORKS Essentials Training course - at no cost. The SOLIDWORKS Essentials class provides the foundation for building SOLIDWORKS skills and prepares students for the SOLIDWORKS Certified Associate exam. Our supported, self-paced training platform makes it easy for veterans to gain the skills they need to transition back into the civilian workforce.
Learn how to obtain free certification exam vouchers that are available to all SOLIDWORKS Subscription customers. First, you will need a SOLIDWORKS ID that is registered with a SOLIDWORKS serial number that is currently active on subscription. In addition, you will need a 3DEXPERIENCE Certification Center VirtualTest account.
What if you could learn SOLIDWORKS without having to leave work for a few days? Or better yet, without having to leave your house? Well, we at GoEngineer have provided two different options for you to do this: virtual classroom and self-paced. Check out this article to learn more about these options.
Welcome to another installment of our Ultimate Guide to SOLIDWORKS Training series. This time around, we are walking you through the entirety of the SOLIDWORKS Drawings course, answering any questions that may arise so you know exactly what to expect.
With all of the SOLIDWORK Training Classes available at GoEngineer, we instructors tend to accumulate many training manuals.The spiral-bound manuals in my library shelves stack fine, though I find myself pulling several manuals until I find the one I am looking for. I decided that I needed to come up with a way to label these manuals so they can be easily identified.
Did you know that SOLIDWORKS has certifications that you, as a customer, can take? These certifications can cover everything from 3D CAD, Simulation, Project Data Management (PDM), Technical Communication, Electrical, Collaboration, and Manufacturing. And will help you become more efficient, create more robust designs, and set yourself apart from other users in the SOLIDWORKS community.