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Annual SOLIDWORKS Training Package

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Introductory SOLIDWORKS Training Package

Pay for each class individually, or $2,999 for QuickStart.

CATI's annual CATalyst NOW membership makes it easy to get the quality training you need with the minimum hassle. The CATalyst NOW membership lets you choose any or all of our wide variety of SOLIDWORKS core and industry-specific classes for one full year.

The CATalyst NOW Program can be approached as a step-by-step integrated training curriculum to prepare students for the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate (CSWA) exam. It is recommended that a student start with the SOLIDWORKS Courses. The student is then ready to take any of our industry specific classes. Upon completion of these classes, the student will be ready to take the CSWP exam.

CATalyst QuickStart Class Schedule

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SOLIDWORKS CAM / CAMWorks

    SOLIDWORKS Simulation

      SOLIDWORKS Technical Communication

        SOLIDWORKS Electrical

          SOLIDWORKS PDM

            DriveWorks

              ENOVIA

                3D Printing

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                    Training Testimonials

                    [The Instructor] did a great job teaching all of the subjects in an easy flowing manner. He did a great job of not only explaining how to do certain tasks but also why the tasks should be completed in a certain way, putting a large emphasis on the overall design philosophy.

                    Wyatt Kovich

                    I was overqualified for this course, but I still enjoyed it and learned a few things. I would definitely recommend this course.

                    Christopher Daly

                    The class was everything I needed to fill in many of the blank areas of my education with SOLIDWORKS. I enjoyed the class and it will definitely increase my knowledge with the software.

                    Jim Cox