By DE Editors
EMA Design Automation, a provider of mechanical and electrical CAD tools, has announced the availability of Cadence OrCAD 16.5 training to educate users on the features available in this new version.
“EMA training provides a unique hands-on experience for our customers,” says Manny Marcano, president and CEO of EMA. “Whether they are highly experienced or new to the PCB design world, they will walk away with new found knowledge and confidence to tackle their design issues.”
Classroom training in major U.S. cities, instructor-led virtual training, and self-paced Internet classes are all available. Onsite training is also available for companies that have a group of engineers they would like to train.
Courses cover major OrCAD flows including schematic design with OrCAD Capture, PCB Design with OrCAD PCB Designer, and analog simulation with PSpice. Most classes are also available in both beginner and advanced levels.
For more information, visit EMA Design Automation, Inc.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.