Check our website www.avatechsolutions.com . We are currently offering ACADE
training at most of our offices throughout the country. We can even come to
you if you want.
"kevhammond" wrote in message
> Anyone had formal AutoCAD Electrical training? How was it? Where did you
take it? Do you recommend?
> My local distributor hasn't started offering it yet, and I need it asap.
I am willing to travel, preferably in the southeast. I am in Charlotte, NC.
We specialize in the providing training, implementation, and custom programming support for AutoCAD Electrical. We'll be in Charlotte Mar 9-11 training at a customer site. Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
While I can't speak as to the many third party sources of training that have and will respond to this message I did attend a training session held by a VIA Development trainer last year and was impressed.
It rope started us considerably over just reading the manual and experimenting.
I wish the had an advanced course for ACADE admins personally.
I also wish they had defined a lot more of the changes between WD and ACADE with the distribution, it took us quite some time to get our networked implementation converted.
As the premier training facility in the southeast, Repro Products offers AutoCAD Electrical 2005 training at our Smyrna, Georgia office. We are convienently located about 15 minutes west of downtown Atlanta.
Please visit our website at www.reproproducts.com for a course schedule and costs.
Repro Products, Inc.