ASCENT Unveils 2020 Autodesk Courseware Roadmap

Industry experts produce comprehensive collection of Autodesk software learning guides with over 60 titles to be available for Autodesk 2020.

Industry experts produce comprehensive collection of Autodesk software learning guides with over 60 titles to be available for Autodesk 2020.

In conjunction with the Autodesk 2020 software releases, ASCENT Center for Technical Knowledge has released its fundamental guides for the core software titles: AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Inventor and Revit. As an Autodesk Authorized Publisher, ASCENT has also published their 2020 Courseware Roadmap that includes over 60 titles planned for release throughout 2019. 

“While our team is known for our off-the-shelf, comprehensive Autodesk courseware, we also see many design engineering firms request help creating custom documentation,” says Paul Burden, director of product development for ASCENT. “Users can quickly become productive when learning from blended content consisting of reference, video, and project elements that reflects their unique in-house workflows and processes.

He adds, “In addition, many of our Autodesk Training Center customers and Academic clients benefit from courseware assembled from our extensive library of learning modules.”

Autodesk 2020 Learning Guides now available from ASCENT include AutoCAD 2020: Beyond the Basics—Mixed Units; AutoCAD 2020: Essentials—Mixed Units; AutoCAD 2020: Fundamentals—Mixed Units; Autodesk Civil 3D 2020: Fundamentals—Imperial; Autodesk Inventor 2020: Introduction to Solid Modeling—Mixed Units; and Autodesk Revit 2020: Fundamentals for Architecture—Imperial.

ASCENT’s offerings include learning materials for students, instructors, professionals and individuals, designed for self-paced learning, instructor-led training, and on-the-job reference. Learning guides include practice exercises and, in applicable guides, Autodesk Certification Objectives to help those preparing for Autodesk Professional Certification Exams. Instructor Guides contain the same instructional content as a Learning Guide, plus include answers to the chapter review questions, timing suggestions to help deliver the course and instructor presentation files. 

ASCENT also offers Official Certification Preparation books and self-paced eLearning. In addition to courseware, ASCENT also creates customized learning and documentation content that meets the  training needs of organizations and provides technical writing expertise to develop client-specific material.

Learning Guide Availability

Guides are available in print, eBook and eLearning formats at ASCENTeStore.com or Amazon.com (print only). Corporations, Autodesk Training Centers and individuals around the globe can easily purchase ASCENT’s Learning Guides through distribution centers in North America, South America, Europe, Australia and Asia.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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