Bedford, NH (PRWEB) March 31, 2011
CADLearning for AutoCAD 2012 Essentials has over 227 video tutorials and 14+ hours of training for AutoCAD 2012. The complete CADLearning for AutoCAD 2012 course is scheduled to release in the coming weeks and will have over 600 video tutorials and 40+ hours of training.
“This Essentials course is a great way for new and current users of AutoCAD to learn the basics within the 2012 application,” says David Cohn, an AutoCAD expert and Technical Publishing Manager with 4D Technologies who has over 20 years of AutoCAD experience. “After watching this course you should have a good understanding of the fundamental elements of creating and editing 2D drawings in AutoCAD 2012.”
To learn more about the course, purchasing options and how to sign up, visit http://www.cadlearning.com.
CADLearning™ comprehensive video-based instruction for Autodesk software offers self-paced video tutorials, exercise files and assessments designed to maximize performance with leading CAD and BIM software programs including AutoCAD®, Autodesk® Revit® Architecture, AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, Autodesk® Inventor®, and more.
About 4D Technologies
4D Technologies, an Autodesk Authorized Publisher and developer of CADLearning, is a producer and publisher of self-paced learning products for the latest CAD and BIM software. Since its inception in 2002, 4D has worked closely with industry experts, including professional CAD instructors and trainers, CAD consultants, and experienced users to develop its learning content. 4D addresses the learning needs of individuals and organizations in a wide variety of markets including architecture, engineering, construction, automotive and transportation, manufacturing, utilities and communication, and government and education sectors
CADLearning is a trademark of 4D Technologies. Autodesk, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Inventor and Revit are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in the USA and/or other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders.