Your Autodesk Training Should Come From An Autodesk Certified Instructor – Here’s Why

Autodesk Certified Instructors (ACI) program provides instructors with the highest level of standards for teaching Autodesk products. The cornerstone of the Autodesk Professional Excellence Program, ACI raises the bar by providing premier coaching, mentoring, evaluation, and accreditation services to ensure that only the most highly qualified instructors teach Autodesk software. Synergis has six Autodesk Certified Instructors, at least one for each of the manufacturing, architecture, and civil engineering solutions the certification is currently available for.

Robert Baylor, Solutions Engineer – Inventor
Curt Egli, Solutions Engineer – Revit Architecture
Jim Law, Project Manager – Revit Architecture
Bill McKown, Solutions Engineer – AutoCAD
Robert Reid, Solutions Engineer – Inventor
Kevin Spear, Solutions Engineer – Civil 3D

Each of our ACIs completed a strenuous three-day workshop on the software in their respective field of expertise, and Bill is the only AutoCAD Certified Instructor on the East Coast.  Synergis offers training in eight locations, or onsite, and will customize classes to meet your team’s needs.

Here are some of the blog posts that our ACI’s have contributed:

Robert Baylor, Solutions Engineer – Inventor

Curt Egli, Solutions Engineer – Revit Architecture

Jim Law, Project Manager – Revit Architecture

Bill McKown, Solutions Engineer – AutoCAD

Robert Reid, Solutions Engineer – Inventor

Kevin Spear, Solutions Engineer – Civil 3D

See the full Press Release.  Contact us by phone (800.836.5440), email (synergiscad@synergis.com) or visit our website (www.synergis.com).

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