Atomic Training Announces New Software Training on Captivate, AutoCAD, iPad and More

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Atomic Training’s e-learning library continues to expand; company announces the addition of new software training on Captivate 5.5, AutoCAD 2012 and iPad iOS 5

Atomic Training Announces New Software Training on Captivate, AutoCAD, iPad and More

Atomic Training Announces New Software Training on Captivate, AutoCAD, iPad and More

“These new additions to Atomic Training’s extensive tutorial library demonstrate our commitment to providing clients with the most up-to-date learning resources.”

Atomic Training, a leading provider of on-demand software training, has announced the addition of new software training on Captivate 5.5, AutoCAD 2012 and iPad iOS 5. Atomic Training’s how-to learning resources continue to grow, with over 40,000 tutorials on more than 140 software applications currently offered.

“These new additions to Atomic Training’s extensive tutorial library demonstrate our commitment to providing clients with the most up-to-date learning resources,” says Cole Eklund, Product Manager for Atomic Training.

The latest Captivate 5.5 training provides users with the knowledge necessary to create professional content. Users learn how to create different types of projects and how to add audio and video to project slides. The training also covers creating objects for visual enhancement and user interaction. At the conclusion of the training, users have the option to publish their project in a variety of formats so others can view it.

Atomic Training’s AutoCAD training series introduces users to the software’s interface, and gives them the skills necessary to create precise drawings, from simple to complex. Topics covered range from interface basics to creating a polar array.    

The most recent training on the iPad iOS 5 introduces users to the basic features and functions of iPads and iPad 2s running iOS 5. The video tutorials cover a wide range of topics, covering everything from configuring email to printing or e-mailing a PDF from iBooks. The topics are broken into 1-3 minute segments, allowing users to quickly find the information they need.

For more information about Atomic Training visit their website http://www.AtomicTraining.com, or follow them on facebook.com/AtomicTraining and Twitter @atomic_training. Also, Atomic Training's YouTube channel. youtube.com/atomictraining, provides a sampling of their software training.

About Atomic Training:
Atomic Training provides on-demand software training and support tutorials to help businesses and organizations fulfill staff technology training and development goals. Atomic Training was established in December 2010 as a division of, parent company, Atomic Learning. Atomic Learning has been providing high impact e-Learning solutions for more than ten years to 16 million users in 45 countries.

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Clay Moore
Cmoore(at)atomictraining(dot)com
866-259-6890 x221

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