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Autodesk 2010 Certification now available for design professionals

29 July 2009

Autodesk has announced that design and engineering professionals can become Autodesk Certified in AutoCAD 2010, Autodesk Inventor 2010, Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010, and AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 software. Becoming Autodesk Certified allows professionals, and companies boasting Autodesk Certified employees, to validate their industry skills and knowledge, demonstrate expertise and gain credibility. Customer demand has contributed to the huge growth of Autodesk Certification over the past year, increasing the number of Autodesk Certified professionals to more than 100,000.

“With engineering and design fields becoming increasingly competitive, certification gives employees an edge at a time when having one is critical to career success,” said Barbara Bowen, certification programme development manager, Autodesk. “Autodesk Certification allows experienced designers and engineers to validate acquired skills by receiving recognition for their knowledge of specific Autodesk software applications.”

Certification can only be achieved after passing a rigorous Autodesk certification exam, or series of exams, and companies like Parsons Brinkerhoff, a planning, engineering, programme and construction management, and opera­tions and maintenance organisation, recognise the importance of certification and of having consistent quality of skills company-wide.

Availability
The Autodesk 2010 Certification programme is available for professionals using AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Revit Architecture, and AutoCAD Civil 3D software.

Pictured here: mechanical watchmaker Ulysse Nardin uses an Autodesk application for digital prototyping to create high-quality timepieces


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