SOLIDWORKS Training Passports

Wednesday October 10, 2012 at 10:13am
SOLIDWORKS Training Passports

For those of you that have ever registered online for one of our training courses, you may have come across the term "Training Passports". This doesn't mean we require photo ID for you to attend but instead the Passport gives a SOLIDWORKS user access to the majority of our training modules over a 12 month period. This gives you the ultimate flexibility for when you take courses, gives the chance to retake and refresh your skills, and most importantly gives you great value for money.

The passport was an initiative started by Solid Solutions many years ago and it has now been adopted worldwide by most of the other resellers that recognise the benefit. The commencement date begins from your first course, and the training staff can recommend which courses are most applicable for you.

There are 14 courses included in th passport- totalling 28 days. The only exclusions are add on products such as 3DVia Composer, Simulation Professional and Premium. The exclusions are clearly marked on the website.

If you are interested in pricing please get in touch by either contacting your regional account manager, call us on 01926 333777 or email sales@solidsolutions.co.uk

Adam Hartles

Training Manager

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