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Instructor-Led Autodesk Inventor Introduction

Hands on, certified instructor led, live online training

SKILL LEVEL: Introduction

PRICE: $1,695


  • All training materials shipped to you anywhere in the world
  • Professional support during training
  • Autodesk Certificate of Completion
  • Post training support

Who Should Attend Instructor Led Training?

  • You want to learn from an Autodesk Certified Instructor with over 20 years of real world design experience
  • You learn by watching, discussing and doing
  • You need to be able to interact with the instructor and other students in the class for support when you need it
  • You need flexible, but scheduled dates and times for your classes to keep you on track
  • You need live instructor led training or you want to be a part of an interactive class of other designers
  • Your company requires your training to be instructor led


Self-Paced Inventor Introduction

Hands on training you conduct at your own pace over the internet

SKILL LEVEL: Introduction

PRICE: $395, $525 or $845


  • All training materials available online for easy access 24 / 7
  • Support during training
  • Autodesk Certificate of Completion
  • Post training support

Who Should Attend Self-Paced Training?

  • You want to learn at your own pace
  • You learn by watching and doing
  • You learn better when you are alone
  • You do not need scheduled dates to keep you on track with your goals
  • You want interactive video-based training that is provided by Autodesk Certified Instructors
  • Amateur YouTube videos are not sufficient for your learning needs
  • You want live support available when you need it to be there
  • You need to prepare for the Autodesk Certification

Who Should Attend Instructor Led Training?

If you’re considering instructor-led training, here are some key reasons why it might be the right choice for you:

  1. Learn from Experienced Instructors: Instructor-led training allows you to benefit from the expertise of an Autodesk Certified Instructor with over 25 years of real-world design experience. Their practical insights and industry knowledge can enhance your learning process.
  2. Interactive Learning: If you prefer a learning style that involves watching, discussing, and doing, instructor-led classes provide an interactive environment. You can ask questions, participate in discussions, and receive immediate feedback.
  3. Peer Interaction: In an instructor-led class, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with other students. Collaborating with peers can deepen your understanding, provide different perspectives, and create a supportive learning community.
  4. Structured Schedule: If you need a flexible but scheduled approach, instructor-led training offers set dates and times. This structure helps you stay on track and ensures consistent progress.
  5. Live Training Experience: Whether you’re seeking live instructor-led training or want to be part of an interactive class of other designers, this format provides a dynamic and engaging learning experience.
  6. Company Requirements: If your company mandates instructor-led training, attending these sessions aligns with organizational expectations.

In summary, instructor-led training is ideal for those who value expert guidance, interaction, and a structured learning environment.

Who Should Attend Self-Paced Training?

If you’re considering self-paced training, here are some reasons why it might be the right fit for you:

  1. Learn at Your Own Pace: Self-paced training allows you to learn according to your schedule. You can progress faster or take your time based on your comfort level.
  2. Visual and Practical Learning: If you prefer watching and doing, self-paced courses often include video content and hands-on exercises. You can absorb information visually and apply it directly.
  3. Independent Learning: If you thrive when studying alone, self-paced training provides the solitude you need. You can focus without distractions and tailor your learning experience.
  4. Flexible Dates: Unlike scheduled classes, self-paced training doesn’t require specific dates. You can start whenever you’re ready and adjust your pace as needed.
  5. Interactive Video Content: Self-paced courses often feature video-based training provided by Autodesk Certified Instructors. These videos enhance your understanding and guide you through the material.
  6. Quality Over Quantity: While amateur YouTube videos exist, they may not meet your learning standards. Self-paced training ensures reliable and comprehensive content aligned with your needs.
  7. Live Support: Even in self-paced courses, having live support available when you need it is crucial. Whether it’s for clarification or troubleshooting, assistance is just a message away.
  8. Certification Preparation: If you’re aiming for Autodesk Certification, self-paced training allows you to prepare at your own pace, focusing on the areas that matter most.

In summary, self-paced training suits those who value flexibility, quality content, and personalized learning.

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