Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Learn ArchiCAD during March, 2012

Hi Everyone!

Although I have recommended self-studying on this blog earlier, we have received quite a lot of applications for a classroom training.

It seems like nothing supersedes the face-to-face experience when it comes to learning.

So yes, we organized a new training session!

ArchiCAD 15 Essentials Training will take place in Canadian University of Dubai on the 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25 March 2012. It consists of 7 evening classes and total cost is 3500 AED. For more information on the course content please click here.

The training will be conducted by Jothi whom you know from the famous technical videos such as Shell Tool in Action and ArchiCAD TeamWork Project Restore from Backups on a Different Computer.

He is one of the best ArchiCAD trainers I have ever seen. Very patient and he explains even the most complex commands in the simplest possible way. I am sure you will agree with me after the training:)

Upon completion of training you will receive Graphisoft Training Certificate which is internationally accepted. Great value for your profile.

By the end of the training, you will be able to understand the overall workflow of ArchiCAD. If I need to speak with facts, you should be able to get a result over 50 on ArchiCAD Competency Challenge.

Of course, this training will not make you an ArchiCAD guru.

It requires some more training and also some hands-on practice on a real project.

If you are interested you can register online directly from here.

Diyane Koseoglu
www.bimes.com

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  2. BIM is treated as some sort of "rocket science". Most people are scared of it's complexity.

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