Professional Autodesk Inventor Training - Maximise your business productivity today with an Autodesk Inventor training course.
Autodesk Inventor is the worlds best selling 3D modelling and digital prototyping software, Inventor software brings mechanical, engineering and product design productivity to new heights and shortens design cycle times.
Autodesk Inventor courses are designed to enable businesses to utilise the extended capabilities of Inventor software and start to benefit from the power of 3D modelling and digital prototyping across multiple disciplines.
Inventor training courses available range from entry level training to get your business started with 3D digital design, and extend to cover the other AutoCAD Inventor specialist modules and software variants.
Give us a call on 023 8086 8947 to discuss your training requirements.
Inventor Courses available include:
Inventor LT Suite Essentials Training - For users starting out on 3D modeling with Inventor LT Suite.
Inventor Essentials Training - For designers who have had some exposure to 3D design. This course covers the essentials of 3D parametric design.
Inventor Publisher Essentials Course - For anyone involved in technical documentation and technical imagery that needs to learn and understand the primary features of Inventor Publisher.
Inventor Intermediate Training - Designers who have completed the Foundation/Essentials course. We recommend 3 core modules, with an option for 3 additional modules, if required.
Inventor Advanced Part Modelling - to build on the skills acquired in the Inventor Essentials course by taking students to a higher level of productivity when designing part models in Inventor.
Inventor Advanced Assembly Modelling - you will be taught how various Inventor tools can be used to achieve Top-Down Design practices in your assemblies using Derive, Multi-Body Design, and Layouts.
Inventor Transitioning Training - Autodesk Inventor transitioning training will provide you the skills required to get up and running with Inventor. Building on your current or previous experience with other 3D design and modelling packages to quickly and efficiently enable you to create production quality designs.
Inventor Sheet Metal Training - Inventor Sheet Metal Design introduces the concepts and techniques of sheet metal modelling with Autodesk Inventor. The structure of the course follows the typical stages of using Inventor. That is, to create sheet metal parts, edit them, generate flat patterns, and document the designs in drawings. Inventor Sheet Metal course agenda.
Inventor I-Logic Essentials - For user familiar with Inventor functionality but wanting to drive automation and productivity using Inventor's powerful I-Logic tools. Download your Inventor ilogic training agenda here.
Inventor Rendering & Animation - Designers who have completed the Foundation/Essentials and Intermediate course, or someone who is a competent user and wishes to expand their knowledge of Inventor's rendering and animation capabilities.
Inventor and Inventor Professional Update training - For existing users looking to maximise productivity by using Inventor and Inventor Professional's latest features.
Inventor Routed Systems Essentials - Learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for creating and documenting rigid tubing, flexible hose, and piping systems using Autodesk® Inventor® software. Hands-on exercises representing real-world, industry-specific design scenarios are included. Inventor Tube & Pipe Design agenda.
Inventor Cable and Harness Training - This hands-on course covers the basic features of Autodesk Inventor Professional – Cable & Harness features. Inventor Cable & Harness Design agenda.
Inventor Tooling Essentials Training - Those who want to get to grips with the primary features of Autodesk Inventor Tooling.
Inventor Dynamic Simulation - Learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for analysing designs and creating dynamic simulations of mechanisms using Autodesk® Inventor® Professional 2012. Users learn how to validate digital prototypes by simulating the operation of mechanisms and motorized assemblies. Inventor Dynamic Simulation agenda.
Inventor FEA Stress Analysis Course - Learn the fundamental principles and recommended workflows for analysing designs and creating FEA simulations using Autodesk® Inventor® Professional 2012. Learn how to analyze parts and assemblies, perform parametric design studies, and use modal analysis. Inventor FEA Stress Analysis Course agenda.
Inventor courses tend to range from 1 to 4 days depending on the course title but in a majority of cases users will need to have attended the Inventor essentials course before attempting any of the other course modules.
To find out more about the Inventor training packages or for further information about Inventor courses or Inventor software in general please call us on 023 8086 8947.