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SOLIDWORKS Certifications- Start the New Year with a Bang!

Saturday January 25, 2014 at 5:12pm
 
We’re well into January now and if you haven’t decided on a new year’s resolution why not get SOLIDWORKS certified. Certifications are a great way to show off your skills whilst also helping you explore parts of the software you don’t often see.
 
There have been some changes to how certifications are structured in 2014, the main one being standard SOLIDWORKS related exams have been grouped together into “mechanical design”. A brief explanation of these exams are shown below starting with the more basic to the most advanced. 
 
CSWA Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate:
Exam Length: 3 hours
Minimum Passing grade: 70%
 
CSWP Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional:
Exam Length: 3 hours 30 minutes (All segments total)
Minimum Passing grade: 75% in each segment
 
CSWPA Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional Advanced:
 
- Sheet Metal - CSWPA-SM
- Weldments - CSWPA-WD
- Surfacing - CSWPA-SU
- Drawing Tools - CSWPA-DT  - New Exam for 2013!
- Mold Tools CSWPA-MT
 
CSWE Certified SOLIDWORKS Expert:
You must successfully pass the CSWP exam and 4 of the 5 CSWPA exams in order to take the CSWE exam.
Minimum Passing grade: 85%
Exam Length: 3 hours
 
 
If you’re interested in taking any SOLIDWORKS certifications we have a webcast which will coach you through some of the more specific information click here
 
And don't forget for subscribed customers, there are FREE voucher codes available to redeem against a variery of these exams.
 
Good Luck
 
By Mark McVeigh
Applications Engineer
 

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