Take the Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional Exam for Free!

Monday August 17, 2009 at 9:43pm
Take the Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional Exam for Free!

With more and more SOLIDWORKS users everyday, you want to be able to stand out from the crowd.

There is no better way to do this than with the CSWP exam. "SOLIDWORKS certifications can be used as a benchmark to measure your knowledge and competency with SOLIDWORKS software. Exams focus on the fundamental skills necessary to ensure your company’s overall success using SOLIDWORKS."

Great for your CV, great for your employer to show they hire the best people. Usually, this exam costs £50-80 (depending on exchange rates) but if you're on Subscription, you can take a couple of the Certification Exams for free. If you are not sure which one you should take, there are sample exams online. Simply log in to the Customer Portal (http://customerportal.SOLIDWORKS.com) and click on Certification.

Then you will see all the exams you can take with a brief summary of each. In the top right you can see the offers allowing you to take up to two exams for free until the end of the year (if you are on Subscription).

If there are areas you feel you need to brush up on, check out the Solid Solutions Training Schedule.

Good Luck!

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