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A Plus Certification
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

The need for qualified computer technicians will be a constant now that computers are an integral part of our lives and employment. A Plus certification ensures that you have the skills needed to meet that need. Read More...

Computer Service Technician - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

Certification is not that hard to secure. You can complete your certification in a matter of months depending on the program you choose. Some computer service technicians actually have no formal training at all (although this is not recommended if you want a lot of clients). Read More...

Computer Support Specialist - Training & Careers
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

The Department of Labor points out that there is no single established path for entry into this field. However, most employers will require a bachelors or associates degree in a computer or computer-related field. Read More...

Solidworks Tutorials - Solidworks Training

Solidworks   Tutorials If you are considering working with computer aided design programs and want to train on Solidworks tutorials, you will need to consider what levels of training you require and how to acquire this training.

What is Solidworks?

Solidworks is a computer aided design program, with particular emphasis on 3-dimensional mechanical designs. There are many different aspects to this software, including design solutions, analysis tools to simulate real-world conditions and allow different scenarios to be tested, facilities for design communication and collaboration, and private and public libraries of often used design solutions.

How do I access Solidworks Tutorials?

Because of the complexity of Solidworks, the manufacturers produce educational versions of the software for use in educational establishments and other training institutions. This educational software includes many Solidworks tutorials packages that help students to familiarize themselves with the features and facilities of Solidworks, as well as lending itself to be used as a teaching aid.

If you are taking a course in a college or university that uses computer aided design for mechanical applications, you may well find that they use Solidworks tutorials. There are two categories of career open to you after this kind of training, either as an engineer or designer, designing mechanical solutions to engineering problems; or as a computer aided design drafter, with a thorough knowledge of the software that produces the design and the associated information necessary to put the designs into practice.

Whichever category of career you have in mind, Solidworks tutorials will help you to become familiar with a major CAD package that is used in education and industry alike.