M2 Technologies Offers Free Training to Jobless Design Professionals

M2 participating in Autodesk Assistance Program to provide free education and technology

April 27, 2009 - Nashua, N.H. – Manufacturing technology firm, M2 Technologies, today announced it will participate in the Autodesk Assistance Program for displaced employees. The program aims to help those members of the design community who have been most severely impacted by today’s economic challenges by providing qualified participants with free training and software.

It is M2’s hope that by providing free training to our colleagues in the manufacturing industry that have been most impacted by the economic downturn, we can contribute in some small way to helping to keep those talented individuals competitive and on track for re-entry into the industry.

M2 will be providing a variety of services and education programs for qualified design and engineering customers, including the opportunity to attend training classes for free and to receive discounted certifications. Autodesk will also provide free student trial software licenses and free online training.

Professionals interested in participating must visit the Autodesk Assistance Program Site at www.autodesk.com/assistance to register. Eligible applicants will receive an email confirmation and key code from Autodesk, which will then allow them access to a free ATC training at one of M2’s authorized locations and a free download of software from Autodesk.

This program will be available through December 31, 2009. For more information, contact Dawn Ryan at Email Contact or 877.3111.6284.

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M2 Technologies, Inc. is a manufacturing technology firm specializing in the delivery of advanced manufacturing design solutions from Autodesk, EdgeCAM, and other select providers. The company helps clients design, build, implement and maintain their design automation solutions. M2 is an Autodesk Premier Solutions Provider and one of the largest volume sales organizations in the United States for the Autodesk Manufacturing Solutions Division. www.m2t.com


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