Productivity Training

Productivity Training offers KETIV Streamline customers advanced training sessions, every month.

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Next Training:

Everything You Need to Know About Inventor Certification

October 16th at 8:30 AM PST

Location: Brea, CA & Online

From academia and throughout your professional career, Autodesk provides educational resources—instructor-led, self-paced, or online training—and certification to help you stay competitive.
Competition for talent is fierce in today’s marketplace. Universities want to enroll the smartest, most committed students and equip them for professional success after they graduate. Employers want to attract and retain well-qualified, ambitious professionals who not only work hard, but also help them win new projects and gain industry recognition. Students and professionals just want to get ahead—and stay there.
Stand out with an Autodesk Certification:
  • Earn an industry-recognized credential that helps prove your skill level and can get you hired.
  • Develop your skills with sample projects and exercises that emphasize real-world applications
  • Accelerate your professional development and help enhance your credibility and career success.
  • Validate your skills and join an elite team of Autodesk Certified professionals.
  • Display your Autodesk Certified certificate, use the Autodesk Certified logo, highlight your achievement and get noticed by listing your name in the Autodesk Certified Professionals database.

Upcoming Sessions:

November 20: Tube and Pipe

December 18: AutoCAD Block Management and Dynamic Blocks

January 15: Frame Generator 

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