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Wednesday August 28, 2013 at 12:28pm
 
As the next Bank Holiday on our calendars is Christmas (am I allowed to say that yet!!) I thought I would just mention about up and coming training courses that we have for the rest of the year. I plan to put together the 2014 schedules in the coming months, but as we approach the last third of the year you may be looking at those final courses to complete your SOLIDWORKS training passport, or look to use some left over budget to make you more productive in SOLIDWORKS.
 
Via our website, or specifically www.solidsolutions.co.uk/training you can view the schedules as a whole, filter by venue or course name, or even type in your postcode to see which venues would be commutable. Some venues will have more courses running than others so if you are prepared to travel that little bit further it can open up a vast amount of extra training courses to you.
 
Simply use the pull down menus to filter by course....
 
 
Or venue:
 
 
Or type in your postcode for courses running local to you...
 
 
If you are interested in any of the courses on offer, simply register via the website- we can approve your bookings if we see you have prepaid credits on your account, or we can get in touch to quote you.
 
Adam Hartles
Training Manager

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