Monday December 9, 2013 at 2:19pm
As the new year approaches, I wanted to make you aware of some of the great resources Solid Solutions offer for new users and experienced users a like.
This initiative has been going for around 4 years and we have had huge success and great feedback from the customer base. Every Wednesday one of our technical team hosts short webinars on a range of topics to add value back into the customer base. We cover the full product suite and our most popular videos tend to be the "Tips and Tricks" or "Best Practice" guides. Webcast Wednesday is a free utility for our subcribed customers, check out the schedule and register for up and coming webcasts (updated each month) via this link
Quick Start Workshop
This set of online videos is designed primarily for newer users. Split into four categories; Get Set; Go; Into Your Stride; and Speed Up, it takes users through the typical decision making process of implementing SOLIDWORKS discussing topics such as: Installation procedures, document management decisions, customising your setup, creating templates and tips and tricks for speeding up the way you work. The videos are by design very short- on average ten minutes, so you can dip in and out of the topics of interest, and of course being videos you can pause, rewind and fast forward if need be. This link will take you to the overview page.
Tips & Tricks
Always a popular subject, our archive of tips and tricks are a great way to stay current and productive. We always try to upload content that we have been asked about on ouor support desk, as no doubt issues that customers are reporting can crop up again and again. Check out our library via this link.
Now with all these great resources, we have found a way to keep them altogether- if you have clicked on any of the links above, you may know this already, but all of our online value add for subscribed customers can be found on our Solid Solutions TV website.
2014 will see the new training syllabus rolled out. We will have new training material and the new software to run it on. If you need some top up training or are a new user looking to become proficient and then Certified in using SOLIDWORKS take a look at the most extensive SOLIDWORKS training program in the UK, here.
Happy New Year to you All
By Adam Hartles