EDMONTON, Oct 12 /PRNewswire/ - Global e-Training by Digital School has joined the ranks of major companies by becoming a Silver Sponsor for the up-coming 2010 Autodesk University conference and exhibition, the largest gathering of designers and engineers worldwide who use Autodesk's 3D design software.
As a Silver Sponsor for Autodesk University 2010, Global e-Training by Digital School is showing its commitment to further position itself as a leader worldwide in certified Autodesk training. This level of sponsorship is a first for Edmonton, Canada based Digital School, a forward looking company with an influential and growing international presence.
Silver Sponsorship will enable Digital School to showcase its revolutionary new Global e-Training system, GeT Interactive and GeT Live Network. Digital School developed the program using 25 years of technical and vocational training experience, along with a vast amount of e-learning research.
GeT Interactive is a self-paced online Autodesk software training program which lets students study on their own schedule, using visual, auditory and hands-on learning methods. Milestone tracking along with competency based progress ensures that students stay focused to complete their program.
GeT Live Network is a collaborative learning platform which brings students and instructors together through the use of the Internet. It is a virtual classroom interface which enables students and instructors to interact with one another in real time. Instructors are brought into contact with students from around the globe, increasing class sizes and reducing overhead costs. It also allows the user to host and market live courses on the network, making it a truly revolutionary training tool.
GeT combines the best learning and e-learning practices packing it into a highly effective e-Training system, allowing students to fully engage and be motivated throughout the entire learning process. It appeals to all learning styles, and is suited to train in the technical discipline of Computer Aided Design.
The GeT programs include interactive and engaging methodology for increased retention of information, competency based progress to ensure understating of topics and extreme cost effectiveness as courses are not limited to class sizes or start dates. Without the travel and overhead costs associated with classroom training, GeT courses are extremely cost-effective.
Autodesk University conference and exhibition is an annual event which brings together Autodesk users from around the world, from executives, developers, solution providers, strategic partners, to educational institutions such as Digital School. It will be held in Las Vegas, at the Mandalay Bay from November 30, to December 2.
Digital School's presence at the event is essential in obtaining a competitive edge it today's global economy, as well as truthfully communicating and implementing the company mission statement, which is, "Digital School strives to provide innovative, state-of-the-art , industry applicable Computer Aided Drafting and Design Training with industry and student needs at the forefront."
About Digital School
Digital School is a private vocational career college in Edmonton, Canada, specializing in computer aided design training. Digital School is an Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) and an Autodesk Authorized Certification Center.
Digital School has built the Global e-Training system upon 25 years of technical and vocational training experience, bringing the Autodesk community a truly unique, effective and powerful e-training system.
Digital School knows technical learning, and to date has provided CAD training to several hundreds of students in full-time diploma programs and part-time industry training. For more information, please visit their website at www.digitalschool.ca
Autodesk and ATC are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., in the USA and/or other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders.
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