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Press Release

New for Autodesk 2024

Red Deer, Alberta (April 5, 2023)

Global eTraining is excited to announce the addition of Autodesk 2024 training into the award-winning ‘GeT Everything’ library and ‘GeT Know-How’ Autodesk Plugin.

These Autodesk 2024 ‘New For’ mini-courses offer cutting-edge training on the newest tools, features, and capabilities included in Autodesk’s latest software releases.

Our ‘New for Autodesk 2024’ mini-course library includes:

Autodesk’s 2024 software lineup is packed with customer-driven updates and enhancements to speed up workflows, reduce repetitive tasks, and improve overall experience – so individuals and teams alike can focus more time on design and innovation.

“It's such a thrill to be first on the market with Autodesk 2024 content - and such comprehensive content at that! What's even more thrilling is that this brand new content is already available for our 'GeT Know-How Plugin' users as well. And we are just getting started!”

William MyersGlobal eTraining Director of Operations

You can download the PlugIn at the Autodesk App Store!

As mentioned, the ‘New for Autodesk 2024’ courses are hosted in Global eTraining’s ‘GeT Everything’ library alongside over 450 other AEC and BIM-relevant courses.

The ‘GeT Everything’ library is continually expanding and updating to host the industry’s newest, most cutting-edge topics and software training. This is accomplished through our Waterfall Update and Release model – keeping GeT courses fresh and relevant.

The currently released AutoCAD 2024, Vault 2024, Revit 2024, and Inventor 2024 courses are authored by Global eTraining course author and revered industry expert, Mike Thomas*, with the 3ds Max course authored by Jad Jureidini* and Civil 3D course authored by Russ Nicloy*. Other course authors are also expected to collaborate on the ‘New for 2024’ course suite.

Mike Thomas

Mike Thomas spent the first 12-years of his career in the Autodesk channel working for an Autodesk reseller as an Application Specialist. During his travels, he delivered countless hours of training, support, demos, and implementations. He was very fortunate to be able to help solve many issues with Autodesk software. Mike has been using AutoCAD since r13, cut his solid modeling teeth on Mechanical Desktop, and has been using Inventor since before it was known as Inventor. Data Management has always been a big part of his professional life, for the most part with Autodesk Vault.

Jad Jureidini‘s background experience with BIM is why he is one of the experts in 3ds Max and Revit, among other software programs. His familiarity with BIM goes back to when he pursued and achieved his Bachelor of Architecture, then his Master of Science in Construction Management.

Russ Nicloy worked in a production role for 10 years, including time in GIS mapping of utilities, engineering drafting, and surveying. During that time, Russ saw the project lifecycle from several different angles, which helped build perspective and understanding.

Russ has recently worked as a Civil Solution Specialist as an Autodesk reseller which introduced him to the various methods other firms took to the product lifecycle. This is when Russ began to teach as well as support users in their use of software for their workflow. Soon after that Russ began supporting a state department of transportation and became deeply involved in the transportation consultant process. Russ now runs his own business, offering drafting services and custom part creation, which is getting back to his production roots.

The release of the ‘New For’ Autodesk 2024 content will further fulfill GeT’s continued promise to offer the most up-to-date training in the architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing industries.

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