Company would like us to see if there are any viable new courses in Autocad that we (cad monkeys) could take.
I am the Cadd Manager, and I have three under me. Across the board i would say we are darn near equal as far as skills go and when we come across something that stumps us we get it done. I have had the oppertunity to learn Revit recently and enjoyed that. Question is, lookng at the classes offered via DCCAD in our area, they more often lean towards fundamentals and learning practices that do not have anything to do with our job class. (Security Electronics-low voltage) if any of you have worked this area, you know that this discipline has very limited support in the programs (Revit, etc.). It would do my guys no good going to a Architectural class or even a structural and or a mechanical class. I do agree that any learning is good learning, but it seems a waste of serious cash when we do not utilize these disciplines in whole..... any suggestions?
my idea, ask the fellas what each needs work on, we all bone up on those weaknesses. also, anything new or more efficient is quickly implemented into our standards...
thanks in advance
Agree with your observation, you need a custom-tailored class and not a generic one. I suspect your reseller is able to do that if you asked (and provided them with a list in advance).
Take the time to sort through that list internally first: amazing sometimes to dicover how one person knows how to solve a particular issue internally but they never knew others struggled with it.
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