Beginner Civil 3D Training Courses in July 2016

by cadtrainingcourses on May 4, 2016

See below for information on up coming courses in July

Product and 3D Design – Nottingham Trent University

Aimed at those who have attended a CAD beginners class or have prior experience in the software, this course will further extend your knowledge in the CAD programs. The course will concentrate on AutoCAD and SolidWorks with optional Photoshop and Illustrator lessons.

Being ahead of the competition and standing out from the crowd is essential in today’s business world. So is being able to demonstrate your idea generation and problem solving skills. This course will provide you with new creative skills to complement your business knowledge, and is therefore a must for anyone who wants to develop new ways to promote themselves and their ideas.

This course is for anyone who has an interest in furniture design and making. No prior woodworking experience is necessary as you will be guided step-by-step through the different processes to create a piece of furniture.

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A Level General Studies – The City of Liverpool College


With a strong foundation in English, Arts or Humanities subjects you will develop essay writing skills and artistic appreciation which would be useful to your development in this area. There are benefits to studying any subject alongside General Studies. You’ll find that any subject will complement and be complemented by General Studies. General Studies develops critical thinking skills and personal judgement, and the other subject will inform your interest(s), enabling greater development.

If you haven’t decided what else you’d like to study, you might like to choose a second or third subject of a language and a humanity alongside General Studies. Different cultural perspectives will assist your studies and enable greater development at University; many of the issues we will look at are global after all. Universities and employers do not want mindless drones; they want free-thinking individuals of a creative bent, which General Studies actively encourages.

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