Creo: Four Week Comprehensive Workshop
Course Duration: 160 hours minimum
Overview: Creo: 4 Week Comprehensive Workshop is four weeks focusing on Creo (Pro/Engineer) tutorials.
Topics: Learning to Design using Creo is more than an introduction to constraint-based modeling assembly and drawing utilizing the latest release of Creo.
Topics: Manufacturing Week or Harness Design week depending upon which month. We rotate these every other month. There are many different course directions for the third week for students, industrial designers, for example, will want surfacing while engineers may elect for the manufacturing week instead while others simply want to focus on an engaging project. Some elect to go on to take surfacing while others take the manufacturing week-long Pro/E training class that covers die-cast, plastics, and forgings manufacturing process and modeling techniques.
Topics: Learn Creo Surfacing. This week-long Pro/Surface intensive has been specifically designed to work for those interested in gaining a high level of Pro/Surface modeling and Creo Style usage all in one week. This is one of our most popular classes.
The Four-Week Comprehensive Creo Simulate Wildfire training course is our most popular because everyone who takes this course learns Creo Simulate at a high level in a short time. Participants include Products/Industrial Designers and Mechanical Engineers. The great part of our four-week program is that the participant sets the pace as we steadily apply new or advanced tips and techniques that prepare participants for future opportunities. You will have an instructor there to assist you every step of the way, preparing you for when you are creating on your own. When a designer or engineer comes to us for training we focus the class on what they want to do with their training; transmissions and die cast, sheet metal, plastics, packaging, bottles, large assemblies, consumer products, or engines. Our instructors are ready for anything so the opportunities are endless.
“You choose the topics, we choose Creo Simulate because that is where the jobs are.”