Academy

Academy

Autodesk Virtual Academy (AVA) is a live and interactive free learning experience for the Autodesk user community.

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Upcoming sessions

Thursday
23
May
10:00 AM PST
Online
Product Design and Manufacturing

Sharing your Vault Data Outside of your Network

The Project Sync feature provides file and folder synchronization between Vault and supported Autodesk cloud drives. This…

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Friday
21
June
10:00 AM PST
Online
Fusion 360

Optimal Performance with Generative Design

Generative design mimics nature’s evolutionary approach to design. Designers or engineers input design goals into…

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On demand AVA sessions

Reverse Engineering Meshes

Application engineer, Brian Mongkolpoonsuk, shows you how to import STL files into Fusion 360 and reverse engineer them to…

Optimizing your NPI Process

If you are an innovator and a manufacturer… you understand that everyone has their own process for bringing new products…

Specialized Toolsets in AutoCAD

In this session, we take a deep-dive into AutoCAD and the new specialized toolsets available to you. We show you how you can…


AVA Benefits

Stay Updated

Stay up-to-date with the latest releases, processes and industry advances, while building your skills.

Curated Topics

Carefully chosen topics help you understand and adopt the most relevant product design and manufacturing software.

Consistent and Reliable

Free 30-45 minute sessions are delivered every single week to ensure on-going learning, no matter what.

Get Connected

AVA’s live learning format allows you to share knowledge and collaborate amongst a like-minded community.

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Globally Recognized

With viewers in six continents, Autodesk Virtual Academy has brought manufactures and innovators together from around the world.

“I set my alarm to watch this at 3:00 am Saturday morning in Australia. I absolutely love Autodesk Virtual Academy, it’s brilliant, I learn so much every time.”

Bernie Fraser, Aircraft Mechanical Engineer

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