SmarTeam Workflow User Training

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Credits: 2
Classroom: Not Currently Available
Virtual: 2 sessions 3-1/2 hours each

Class #: ST122

In this hands-on course SOLIDWORKS users will learn how use the Workflow capability of Enovia SmarTeam. The course is focused on introducing Enovia SmarTeam Workflow to new users. It covers all the common workflow tasks.

Class Details

  • Workflow Design Overview

  • The Flowchart Designer
  • Managing to Flow Process
  • Using the Workflow Manager
  • Searching for a Process
  • Opening a User’s SmartBox
  • Modifying a Process

Training materials will be supplied at the beginning of class and are yours to keep.

Students will have the fundamental skills and understand the concepts central to the successful use of Enovia SmarTeam Workflow.

  • Enovia SmarTeam Editor Class or Equivalent

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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

Great class. Even after using SOLIDWORKS for about a year now, I learned many new tips and features that I hadn't known before the class.

Cameron

[The Instructor] was very observant as to participant level of understanding, and slowed his pace, or repeated a sequence to ensure the concepts were understood.

Mark Fritsche