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Autodesk Manufacturing Academy Provides Training on Digital Prototyping Software and Career Advancement

By DE Editors

Autodesk, Inc. is partnering with KETIV Technologies, an Autodesk Premier Solutions Provider, to host the KETIV Autodesk Manufacturing Academy, a training event for mechanical design and engineering professionals. KETIV AMA|2009 will be held in Cerritos, CA, on October 15, and at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco on October 22.

"Autodesk is committed to helping customers become savvy in all aspects of their business," said Tom Cameron, vice president of manufacturing sales, Autodesk. "Events such as the KETIV manufacturing academy, that focus on the benefits of Digital Prototyping as a business driver and competitive differentiator, are what help to keep customers on the cutting edge and will position them for growth when the economy turns around."

"The Autodesk Manufacturing Academy is an effective way for our many California users to get the most out of their Autodesk tools," said Kanwar Anand, president and CEO, KETIV Technologies. "The Academy’s focus allows participants to learn and leverage the latest best practices that increase productivity and competitiveness and its location allows people to spend less time and money on travel."

Participants can choose sessions from any of the tracks, which include Design and Automation, System Configuration and CAD Management, and Management and Career Advancement, in addition to many opportunities to network and share best practices with peers.

For details, including courses, instructors, and registration information visit KETIV Technologies and Autodesk.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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