SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard: User Training

Credits: 1
Classroom: 1 session, 7 hours
Virtual: 1 session, 3 hours

Class #: PDM220

The focus of this course is on the fundamental skills and concepts central to the successful use of the SolidWorks PDM to correctly create and locate CAD and document files, edit those files, and correctly move through its associated workflow.

The intended audience for this course is anyone who will manage files with SolidWorks PDM standard.

Class Details

  • SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Concepts

  • SolidWorks Enterprise PDM User Interface
  • Document Creation and Check-in
  • Versioning Files
  • File References
  • Searching
  • Workflow and Notification
  • Managing Local Cache
  • Working SolidWorks
  • Working with Bill of Materials

The SOLIDWORKS PDM: User training guide will be supplied at the beginning of class and is yours to keep.

Students will have the fundamental skills and understand the concepts central to the successful use of SOLIDWORKS PDM for managing CAD and other files.

  • Students attending this course are expected to have the following:
  • • Completed the course CAD110 SolidWorks Essentials.
  • • Experience with the Windows™ operating system.

3 Upcoming Classes:

Date Time Location  
May 4, 2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm - CST Register
July 6, 2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm - CST Register
August 31, 2020 1:00pm - 4:00pm - CST Register

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Training Testimonials

In every dealing I have had with CATI, everyone was very knowledgeable about SOLIDWORKS. Without the great support I have had, I really don't think my level of knowing SOLIDWORKS would be as good as it is today.

Jim Enz

The course was great & the instructor was great! The course pace and information presented was just right for the class level.

Christine Laub

[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