Edmonton, Alberta – Global eTraining is excited to announce the launch of two new courses into the ‘GeT Everything’ Library: ‘Revit to Robot Interoperability’ and ‘Autodesk Construction Cloud: The Complete Guide’.
The ‘Revit to Robot Interoperability’ course takes a look at the link between Revit and RSA, and how it helps analyze and design workflow processes smoothly by providing the coordination of design documentation with structural analytical design information.
The course is authored by BIMWize BIM Coordinator and Industry Expert, Sandeep Jampani.
This course offers a complete breakdown of the Autodesk Construction Cloud (ACC) tools. These tools are an update of Autodesk’s BIM 360 project and design collaboration tools and allow users from different organizations to work without firewall access in real-time.
This course is authored by long-time GeT Subject Matter Expert and Civil Solutions Specialist, Russ Nicloy.
The introduction of these courses will help to broaden Global eTraining’s ever-popular and extensive ‘Autodesk’ and ‘Autodesk Advanced Workflows’ content offerings.
In addition, these new courses will help to fulfill GeT’s continued promise to offer the most comprehensive eTraining library in the AEC space.
"We’re thrilled to continue expanding our course library to ensure our customers always have access to the most in-demand and up-to-date courses in the AEC industry."
About 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.