New SofTutor Training for AutoCAD 2D & 3D Reduces Learning Time, Increases Retention & Saves Money

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SofTutor will change your impression of E-Learning Forever! New Performance-Based Learning Method reduces learning time, increases retention, saving companies money and making them more competitive. SofTutor is the Most Cost Effective Method to Learn AutoCAD!

SofTutor's Teacher Inside of AutoCAD.

"Our goal was simple. We wanted to reduce the time it takes to learn, increase retention and help our customers be more competitive by saving training costs and getting trainees back to work faster.", says founder Randy Hilgers.

New Vision Software, Incorporated (NVSI), announces for SofTutor for AutoCAD 2D & 3D. SofTutor reduces learning time on drawing and designing by up to 70 percent with its easy to use 100 percent follow-along, learn-by-doing method. In addition, learners can consult specific “how to” information without leaving AutoCAD using SofTutor’s unique, re-sizable overlay window.

Originally created due to frustration with e-Learning that requires a lot of reading or listening to lectures. SofTutor uses a performance-based learning technology which reduces the learning time, increases retention and engages the learner in the learning process, which makes learning more enjoyable.

Tech support costs decrease as well since searching for a topic automatically fast forwards to the section of the tutorial where that topic is discussed. After playing the relevant material, SofTutor will pause without user intervention.

Unlike typical e-learning products that reproduce the classroom training environment online, SofTutor reproduces instruction to provide a one-on-one training experience. "Our goal was simple. We wanted to reduce the time it takes to learn, increase retention and help our customers be more competitive by saving training costs and getting trainees back to work faster.", says founder Randy Hilgers.

Typical e-learning teaches in three steps: 1) Lecture, 2) Remember, 3) Try or be Tested Later. SofTutor teaches in one step: 1) Try it Now! Typical e-Learning products lecture or "tell you what to do". SofTutor "shows you what to do" and allows you to follow along with the instruction.

As a result of reducing the time it takes to learn, SofTutor has one of the industry’s highest ROI (Return On your training Investment). SofTutor reduces the labor costs associated with learning and users who use SofTutor to learn can learn in 1/2 to 1/3 the time of traditional training. When you consider the labor costs of learning, SofTutor usually pays for itself within the first few days of use. Furthermore, users will get back to work faster.     Depending on your current method of training SofTutor can save you a few hundred to a over a thousand dollars per employee being trained.

Classroom, schools, concurrent user, site and enterprise customers can use SofTutor for technical support and with optional authoring tools their help desk staff can add their own content, hundreds of 3rd party training titles and or thousands of public domain videos on the web into their SofTutor Learning System.

See how SofTutor compares to typical e-Learning watch the short youtube video below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TW4mZZJphtk

A demo of SofTutor for AutoCAD 2D & 3D Tutorials can downloaded from http://www.nvsi.com/ademreg.html. Ideally you should have AutoCAD loaded on your computer so you can follow along with the SofTutor instructor and learn faster. If you do not have AutoCAD, you can get a 30 day evaluation from Autodesk.com, which is more than enough time to master AutoCAD with SofTutor.

SofTutor for AutoCAD 2D contains over 5.5 hours of instructional tutorials covering 200 specific topics, with 145 follow along lessons, learners quickly become skilled at workspaces, views, layers, drawing, placing and grouping elements, manipulating and modifying elements, using text annotations, using blocks, hatching, images, snaps, measuring, dimensioning, using xrefs, and more. Originally designed for AutoCAD 2011 but the training tutorials can be used with AutoCAD 2009, 2010, 2011, AutoCAD LT 2009, 2010, 2011 and future products as well.

SofTutor for AutoCAD 3D contains over 3 hours of instructional tutorials covering 66 topics with corresponding follow along lessons, learners quickly become skilled at solids, surfaces, view controls, surface modeling, solid modeling, loft, sweep, extrusion, composite solids, Boolean commands and more. Originally designed for AutoCAD 2011 but the training tutorials can be used with AutoCAD 2009, 2010, 2011 and future products as well.

Pricing and Availability
SofTutor for AutoCAD 2D & 3D Tutorials are available now at http://www.nvsi.com/AutoCAD, special pricing starting at $99 each (save $100) until 4/15/2011. Site and Concurrent user licenses are available as are authoring tools to modify and create content.

System Requirements
Microsoft Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 (32 or 64 bit)
Microsoft .Net 2.0 or higher
Microsoft Windows Media Player 9 (or higher)

About New Vision Software, Incorporated
New Vision Software, Incorporated, revolutionizes software training by combining overlaid hands-on video learning with easy to follow examples. Since 1995, over 250,000 users — from major universities to Fortune 500 companies to those learning at home — have reduced their learning time by at least 50 percent while increasing their retention of the material. Customer satisfaction has remained at 99.976 percent since 1995. With the new SofTutor Learning System, subject matter experts can create customized training programs with their own content while users can find and display specific training information without leaving their current application.

For more information, please visit http://www.nvsi.com.

SofTutor is a registered trademark of New Vision Software, Incorporated. AutoCAD is a registered trademark of Autodesk, Inc.,Windows, Windows Media Player and Microsoft .Net are registered trademarks of Microsoft. Prices, features and options are subject to change at anytime without prior notice.

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