How to learn SolidWorks 2014
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Gandhi
We have all been in situations where a new skill was required, and some are easy through trial an error. I for example will never forget the 1st time I had to change a car tire, it happened on a country road a late raining evening. I learned really quick by being focused on the least amount of steps and end objective.
CAD is different, not only are you dealing with more than 5 bolts and the decision of what is front and back. You are dealing with “best” practices and modeling techniques, hundreds of functions that all could be a productivity gainer in the right application. Spending a lot of time by using “Good old” trial and error and poking around with out some supervision is just going to end up being costly very quickly. As a certified SolidWorks instructor I do believe classroom training is the most effective. You can’t replace the interaction between instructor and student, questions can be answered and conversations can be directed and focused on what the student specifically does in their respected industry. However there is many times where in class training is not possible or desired. Price can defiantly play a role, but also distance, schedules and deadlines can be key opponents. This is where online video training might become your best bet. Infinite Skills has for years provided best in class video training. One of the reasons is because they make sure to stay up to date on new software versions and using 1st class instructors.
Quick look… It is obvious that the content of Learning SolidWorks 2014 will give you a solid start modeling using SolidWorks.
So to recap with Infinite Skills, Learning SolidWorks 2014 you get:
* A Ph.D College Instructor teaching in your tempo at your time schedule * Taking you from the beginning through 7 hours of SolidWorks training * With working material that can be downloaded that lets you get your hands dirty * At the end provides you with a certificate proving you went through the course
Conclusion… As I said earlier, I believe that classroom training has many advantages, but sometimes it is just not possible or in the best interest for a company at that moment. With the price for these video lesson, the quality and the instructor there is not much to loose. Check out Learning SolidWorks 2014