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Autodesk Learning Pathways will retire December 6, 2023

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Autodesk Learning Pathways will retire December 6, 2023

Reaching out to see if anyone has any insight on anything that may be replacing the pathways? From what it looks like, the Learning Pathways webpage directs you to Autodesk Learning, which has short tutorials and curated lists of tutorials to watch.


I like using the pathways because the videos, quizzes, and challenges are all in one place to send students to learn the software. I have been using the 3D modeling for manufacturing and CAM for Design and Manufacturing pathways in my classes.

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Hi @gregory.cohen9FQ56 

Can you please answer tsmith29NCK question about the Learning Pathways?



Dan Banach
Sr. Technical Manager & Community Manager

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Hi  @tsmith29NCK -


Good news - all Fusion 360 skills development courses under Learning Pathways will continue to be available into 2024 so you can continue with the same courses. Cert prep courses for all products will also continue to be available in 2024.   


Course retirement applies to the skills development courses under Learning Pathways for Revit, AutoCAD, Inventor and Civil 3D.  


In case it's helpful, these are all of the Fusion 360 Learning Pathways


Let me know if any other questions come up - always happy to help.




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Thanks @gregorgy.cohen9FQ56!

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