Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
May 13, 2021
Global eTraining is pleased to announce the addition of Autodesk 2022 training into the ‘GeT Everything’ library, beginning with updates to AutoCAD, Revit, Inventor, and Infraworks, with more coming soon!
These Autodesk 2022 course updates offer cutting-edge training on the newest tools, features, and capabilities included in Autodesk’s latest software releases.
Autodesk 2022 course updates include:
- AutoCAD 2022 (Available Now)
- Inventor 2022 (Available Now)
- Revit 2022 (Available Now)
- Infraworks 2022 (Available Now)
- Civil 3D 2022 (Coming Soon)
- 3ds Max 2022 (Coming Soon)
As these Autodesk 2022 courses are released, the ‘GeT Everything’ library is automatically updated, allowing users to stay at the forefront of Autodesk software knowledge, and have the training they need to get their projects done right.
The ‘GeT Everything’ library enables both individuals and organizations to take part in a completely customizable, personalized learning experience for one, low (pay-as-you-go) price.
Learners also have access to the Global eTraining Autodesk Plugin, ‘GeT Know-How’, an on-demand reference and eTraining tool available directly inside Autodesk software, so they can learn as they work.
”Global eTraining takes pride in ensuring that Autodesk users are up to date with the latest features and updates, during release season and all year round.
We recognize that our partners value lifelong learning and strive to serve their needs at the highest level.William Myers, Director of Operations, Global eTraining
Global eTraining (GeT) is a strategic training partner to some of the world’s largest and most diverse multinational design, construction and software organizations, government bodies and Fortune 500 companies, and the global leader in developing and designing training for the 21st Century.
Global eTraining’s world-leading technical training platform, learning methodology and educational products have received Brandon Hall Excellence in Technology and Learning Awards, Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) CoDIE Awards, as well as the Canadian Society for Training and Development’s ‘WOW!’ Award for new technology.