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Eric Chappell

CM2981: Training Your Users with No Training Budget

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Sell management on a new way of training
  • Identify training obstacles in a tough economy
  • Apply training approaches that reduce impact to production
  • Apply training approaches that reduce cost

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Times are tough and companies are having a hard time justifying the cost of training. On the other hand, as a CAD manager, it is your responsibility to ensure that your users are trained on the tools that they use. What if you could provide the training they need with little or no budget set aside for training? What if you could train them with very little impact on production? This class gives you some great ideas about how to accomplish just that. You may find that new approaches to training not only reduce the cost of training but also provide better results.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Those concerned with how to provide training for the users in their company or organization

Speakers

Speakers

Eric Chappell

Eric is a veteran instructor at AU, with this being his tenth consecutive year. He recently became a member of the Autodesk team as a Premium Services Specialist. He is the author of AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014 Essentials published by Wiley/Sybex and contributing author of Mastering Civil 3D 2014 of the same publisher. He formerly served as CAD Manager for Timmons Group, a Civil Engineering Consulting firm located in Richmond, VA and also worked as a consultant on projects that include writing and developing educational and certification materials for Autodesk® products. He has also worked for Avatech Solutions (now IMAGINiT) as a Project Manager and Applications Engineer. Before joining Avatech, Eric worked for ten years in the surveying and civil engineering fields as an employee of the H. F. Lenz Company in Johnstown, PA.

Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • CM2981
  • AU Las Vegas

Topics

  • CAD Management and IT