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CAD Gorilla Receives Autodesk Inventor 2011 Certification

By DE Editors

CAD Gorilla, a provider of video training for Autodesk software, has received Autodesk Inventor 2011 Certification. The certification for its “Inventor for Beginners” course ensures the product has met the guidelines and testing criteria established by Autodesk.

“CAD Gorilla’s approach to instruction really makes it easy to learn Autodesk Inventor,” says Tim Gray, director of Inventor product management at Autodesk. “In an industry where ease of use is paramount, I am excited to see a course like CAD Gorilla that helps users get up to speed quickly and be productive right away with the latest version of Inventor mechanical design and engineering software.”

CAD Gorilla video courses are developed by professional instructors, and include a curriculum of video-based Autodesk Instruction, as well as downloadable exercise files, and assessment exams.

CAD Gorilla’s Inventor for Beginners course features more than 40 lessons, covering Part and Assembly design, as well as 2D Drawings. The course is designed to get users comfortable using the most common features and functions in Inventor within about two hours. The Inventor for Beginners course is priced at $149.

For more information, visit CAD Gorilla.

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

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