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ASCENT Releases 57th Autodesk Official Training Guide


FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Feb. 7 – Rand Worldwide, a global leader in providing technology solutions to organizations with engineering design and information technology requirements, announced that its courseware division, ASCENT- Center for Technical Knowledge, released its final four Autodesk Official Training Guides to complete its Autodesk 2013 courseware line-up.

Since Autodesk’s 2013 software launch in March 2012, ASCENT has released a total of 57 Autodesk Official Training Guides (AOTG). ASCENT’s training guides are ideal for both individual self-study use and instructor-led classroom use. They are also a valuable resource tool for those preparing for the Autodesk Professional certification exams. The following four Autodesk Official Training Guides are the latest releases to complete the ASCENT 2013 Courseware roadmap:

  • AutoCAD Civil 3D 2013 Grading
  • AutoCAD Raster Design 2013 Essentials
  • Autodesk Inventor 2013 iLogic
  • Autodesk Showcase 2013 Fundamentals

“The ASCENT team has worked hard to provide timely and continuous releases of Autodesk Official Training Guides and with these last four titles, I’m happy to report that the AOTG 2013 roadmap is now complete,” remarked Paul Burden, director of product development, ASCENT. “ASCENT customers rely on these timely courseware releases. In fact, we chatted with customer Rick Feineis about his experience using ASCENT courseware, and I’m thrilled to share this video that describes why CAD Online Training continues to choose ASCENT year-after-year for its Autodesk Official Training Guides.”

Civil 3D Webcast

In addition to developing and publishing Autodesk Official Training Guides, ASCENT also hosts quarterly “Chat with the Author” webcasts. This month will feature ASCENT’s Civil 3D author, Michelle Rasmussen. Michelle will speak specifically about the AutoCAD Civil 3D Grading guide. This webcast will benefit both instructors and end-users.

About ASCENT

ASCENT- Center for Technical Knowledge develops professional training courseware and technical documentation for engineering applications.

About Rand Worldwide

Rand Worldwide is one of the world’s leading providers of professional services and technology to the engineering community, targeting organizations in the building, infrastructure and manufacturing industries.

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