After CATIA Fundamentals Training, What Next?

You have just finished your CATIA Fundamentals training with Intrinsys and are no doubt eager to get back to work and start using the new skills and knowledge that you have learnt. In order for you to get the most out of the investment in your Dassault Systèmes products, we recommend that the training course you have just completed should not be taken in isolation, but as part of an ongoing training plan.

We have outlined a typical training roadmap below, as an illustration of your progression from here. Speak to our training team today to discuss how you and your company can develop a roadmap specific to you, to satisfy your individual or team requirements.
 

Your personalised training roadmap
 

Typical Next Step Courses Include:

CATIA V5 Advanced Training  
 

CATIA Advanced, 4 Days
Advanced course focused on the Part Design Workbench, covering advanced features such as PowerCopy and Component Catalogues together with ‘hints & tips’ to maximise use of CATIA.

CATIA V5 Surfacing Training
 

CATIA Surfacing (GSD), 3 Days
Specialist course for mechanical designers. An intense course for users that need to understand surfacing concepts, quality and methodology.

CATIA V5 Sheet Metal Training
 

CATIA Sheet Metal Design, 2 Days
Specialist course focused on the basic operations of the Sheet Metal Design workbench, specifically creating sheet metal parts starting with a primary wall system and additional advanced features.

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) Training

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T), 2 Days
Engineering Skills course teaching the standards based language that reduces cost and delivers quality. Applicable to designers, purchasing, suppliers, inspection and all manufacturing staff.

 
For more information about your Continuous Professional Development (CPD) strategy or to create a development plan, visit our dedicated training area, or speak to our Training Co-ordinator Claire Poole on +44 (0) 1908 776 719.