What You Need to Know About SolidWorks Training

SolidWorks is a 3D mechanical CAD (computer-aided design) program that runs on Microsoft Windows. SolidWorks is currently used by over 3.4 million engineers and designers at more than 100,000 companies worldwide. Design engineers at these companies need to be trained in using SolidWorks, and professional training can make a big difference to design productivity. With this in mind, SolidWorks training courses focus on fundamental skills and concepts key to insuring your success with SolidWorks.

In today's mechanical design market only the most qualified and advanced professionals succeed and SolidWorks training helps to quicker product design and beat your competition to market. It's most compelling benefits are that it is both easy to use and easy to learn.

Training helps you to standardize on detailing and drafting practice. Training on SolidWorks Simulation makes you powerful, easy-to-use, and it is ideal for engineers who need analysis but are not specialists in finite element analysis.

How to choose the right SolidWorks training provider?

This is question, which nags users, when they need professional training on SolidWorks, since there are large companies as well as small training shops in every major city in the country.

If you are looking for a training provider that will really add value, here are 5 key questions you should ask:

– Are you SolidWorks certified for training?
– What kind of hardware & legal software do you possess for training?
– Can I see your training infrastructure?
– Are your Trainers Certified SolidWorks Professional's?
– Show me how the learning program and materials?

Once you get satisfied answers to these questions, you can go ahead and choose from the various training courses available to users:

– SolidWorks Courses
– SolidWorks Simulation Courses
– SolidWorks Workgroup PDM Courses
– SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Courses
-3DVIA Composer Training Courses