AboutSolidWorks.com Now Offers SolidWorks Web-based Video Training and SolidWorks Training DVD

Cincinnati, OH, July 9, 2008 AboutSolidWorks.com today announced that it is now offering SolidWorks training videos. New SolidWorks users and SolidWorks experts alike will benefit from 516 minutes of SolidWorks training videos divided into 5 minute clips, rich with 124 examples and exercises. The web-based SolidWorks training combines the knowledge of SolidWorks® Certified Professionals and qualified teachers to create a structured training solution. Course material is structured in such a way that each topic can be either thoroughly examined or quickly understood. What that means is that if you run into trouble while working in SolidWorks, you can log in and watch any portion of any video that you like. It's like an interactive help file. Tests are provided at the end of each lesson to make sure that you retain what you learn, but you can always rewatch the video at any time for a quick refresher. Build your own SolidWorks training program by selecting individual lessons or get all the lessons for one great low price.

The number of people that use SolidWorks continues to grow. As the user base grows, so does the need for good training. SolidWorks users can easily become overwhelmed by the number of training solutions available. With today's economy, a lot of companies are just not willing to invest in traditional classroom training. To help compensate for this, the new web-based SolidWorks training packages inspire and educate users to harness the power of parametric modeling with over 10 hours of video based content. These are not just video help files. Emphasis is put on on problems that you may encounter, and you are then walked through the solution.

The SolidWorks lessons take advantage of both download and streaming lesson formats, providing instant access to all relevant example and exercise files, as well as testing and support. Course content is delivered through a simple and intuitive web-based learning management system, which allows users to review training on any PC with web access without the need for a SolidWorks installation. A DVD edition is also available.

For more information, go to
www.AboutSolidWorks.com/solidworks_web_training.htm.

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