Jumpstart for Inventor, Vault and AutoCAD

Our AutoCAD Jumpstart is the most effective way to onboard a new Inventor, Vault or AutoCAD user, or simply someone who needs a little bit of refreshing on the essentials.

Jumpstart for Inventor, Vault and AutoCAD

KETIV’s Jumpstart is a half-day online webinar designed to onboard new hires or refresh seasoned users. Join our Application Engineers as they guide you through the software with their extensive knowledge and attendees can ask questions along the way.

Upcoming Sessions:

Location: Online
AutoCAD Jumpstart:

January 14 – 8:30 AM – 12 PM (PST)

Inventor Jumpstart:

January 14 – 1 -4:30 PM (PST)

Vault Jumpstart:

February 11 – 1 -4:30 PM (PST)

More Info:

Inventor Jumpstart: We will give users a basic overview of Inventor, this includes an introduction to 3D workflows that can be used to immediately generate 3D models and documentation. In addition, users will receive a guided tour of the interfaces and be directed through curated resources that exist both in and outside of the software to help you learn and use Inventor to its fullest potential.

Vault Jumpstart: In this session, we will give new and returning users a basic overview of Vault usage and introduce proper data management workflows that will ensure that you are using your Vault in the most effective manner. In addition, users will receive a guided tour of both the Vault Thick Client interface as well as the Vault tab and functionality within your CAD tools. Learn how to effectively use Vault and keep your data secure.

AutoCAD Jumpstart: In this session, we will give users a basic overview of AutoCAD and introduce 2D workflows that apply to almost all 2D environments. In addition, users will receive a guided tour of the interfaces and be directed through curated resources that exist both in and outside of the software to help you learn and use all the tools within AutoCAD.

 

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