* TEC will be at Booths # 350-351 and showcasing Envisioneer’s powerful tools for Interior Design, Architecture, Building Trades, and Landscape Design at the SkillsUSA University session, “Transform your Architectural Design Classroom,” Wednesday, June 23, 2010. Faculty members attending will receive a FREE copy of Envisioneer software. Also, visitors to the Booths will be able to witness first-hand the Nation’s only STEM-defined 3D-printer, the RapManUSA, for only $1,495, www.RapManUSA.com.
“The donation of Cadsoft’s industry-leading Envisioneer software to SkillsUSA’s best and brightest is a terrific way for us to support and strengthen the Nation’s Construction future,” said Brad Finck, Vice President of Cadsoft Corporation. "Providing the next generation of architectural designers and builders with access to best-in-class technologies like Envisioneer helps us ensure that the United States will continue to be globally competitive on a number of fronts.”
* In addition, in combination with CAD/CAM industry-leader Kubotek, and Cadsoft, TEC will be unveiling the first truly “all-in-one” Mechanical-, Manufacturing-and-Architectural CAD/CAM design package by bundling both Kubotek’s KeyCreator and Keymachinist software with Cadsoft’s Envisioneer software, as well as the gamut of associated textbooks, in one budget-friendly program called “TEC CAD Institute”.
Once again, TEC joined forces with SkillsUSA as a key prize sponsor of the national SkillsUSA Architectural Drafting Competition ( http://www.skillsusa.org/compete/contests.shtml ). TEC is proud to sustain its partnership with SkillsUSA to support and teach future Engineers by enabling real-world engineering experience while promoting SkillsUSA’s core ideals; which encourages high-quality work, respect, and collaboration – qualities intrinsic to TEC's culture. “SkillsUSA is very thankful for TEC’s continuing generosity,” SkillsUSA’s Associate Executive Director Thomas Holdsworth added.
A national non-profit organization, SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force and help its members become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. More than 15,000 people – including students, teachers and business partners – are expected to participate in the week-long SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills event.
“To keep the U.S. competitive, there is a tremendous need to give our children – our students – relevant Engineering and Design education and technology skills to address current and future challenges," said Richard Amarosa, President of Technology Education Concepts. "TEC’s comprehensive technology-education curricula solutions, Cadsoft’s award-winning Envisioneer software, and SkillsUSA’s enriching student-programs will ensure those needs are met.”
Stop by and see TEC’s industry-leading Technical Education products and solutions at Booths 350-351 while at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) June 21-25, 2010 in Kansas City, MO, or, visit www.TECedu.com or contact us at 1-800-338-2238 or Email Contact for more information.
About Technology Education Concepts (TEC)
Since 1987, Technology Education Concepts (TEC) has helped Technical Educators and Students solve problems and develop new educational approaches through 3D-Engineering Software, Hardware, and Curriculum Solutions that make America’s Technical Education programs’ Smarter, more Interactive, more Productive, and more Fun. The Nation’s leading provider of 3D Engineering products and resources to the Education industry, TEC innovates through sales, design, and service operations throughout the 50-states. For more information, go to www.TECedu.com or call 1-800-338-2238 or Email Contact.