View Full Version : how to judge your progress??
5th Dec 2003, 08:47 pm
I have been playing with autocad and mechanical desktop for a while now but recently have seriously started to study autocad with the help of "an introduction to autocad" by A. Yarwood. I have found it pretty easy and was wondering is there a way I can determine my progress or take any tests to let me know how I am doing. Are there any serious exercises to get my teeth into?? Engineering only not arc. BTW hi all loads of info here :)
5th Dec 2003, 11:42 pm
Autodesk have a certificate system where you pay them $100.00 (approx.) and you site an online test. if you pass you will be issued a certificate. there are different levels to the program.
check out the autodesk website.
6th Dec 2003, 07:42 am
Thats good to know. Are the certs recognised by industry?
Anyone got any ideas as to exactly what you should put in a portfolio to impress employers?
Is it better to be qualified in more than 1 program ie solidworks?
Any help appreciated folks :)
7th Dec 2003, 10:11 pm
AFAIK, Its an autodesk certification only, but would still look good in a resume.
8th Dec 2003, 08:26 pm
Look in the chat forum and the modelling contest an try and model the picture given.
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