If you have been thinking about taking any of the SOLIDWORKS certification tests, Varsity Tutors can enroll you in a Tulsa SOLIDWORKS certification course to help you prepare for aspects of the software you may not use on a regular basis in your current position. Deciding to become certified can help you if you are looking to get a new job or negotiate a higher salary because it proves that you are skilled in using SOLIDWORKS software. Enrolling in a test prep course can offer a collaborative environment that is able to adapt to a number of needs and schedules.
A SOLIDWORKS certification assesses your knowledge and skill level with designing and engineering products while using the SOLIDWORKS software. There are three levels of certification with the SOLIDWORKS software: Associate, Professional, and expert. With twenty different certification exams to take, and only two of them requiring prerequisites, you can take tests such as CSWP-Simulation, CSWPA-Sheet Metal, CSWA-Additive Manufacturing, CSWE - Mechanical Design, and many more. While the types of questions and time allotted for each test will vary, each one can showcase your expertise to businesses.
Whether you plan to attend your online class from the comfort of the Hardesty Regional Library, the Herman & Kate Kaiser Library, or another local study spot, enrolling in Tulsa SOLIDWORKS certification training can help you review with the direction from a qualified instructor and experienced peers. The instructor for your class can focus on the layout of both the exam and SOLIDWORKS software. While your skills with the software are important, it is equally important to know how the exam is structured so that you can do your best. The instructor can use class time to focus on providing sample questions to do in class so that you can discuss test-taking strategies such as how to best manage your time and how to make an educated guess when you are unsure of the correct answer. The mentor can also lead lectures on topics like setting up and modifying plots to display in the Results folder or put the class into small groups to discuss doing collision detection when moving a part in an assembly. Having a collaborative environment with your peers can also help since they bring different perspectives and experiences with the software to the class. Finally, if you need personalized help, you can request this from the instructor.
If you plan on taking one of the SOLIDWORKS certification tests and want to begin reviewing and are unsure of where to start, we know that thinking about adding a exam preparation class can feel like yet another thing you have to try to fit in your already busy schedule. This is why Varsity Tutors has made Tulsa SOLIDWORKS certification training entirely online so that it can better accommodate those who are already working in the profession of designing and engineering products. New sections open on a monthly basis, and you can select a two-week or four-week class depending on how much time you have available. Also, you get to choose a class date and time that does not conflict with other parts of your schedule.
Enrolling in a Tulsa SOLIDWORKS certification class can help you prepare for any of the types of exams available so that you feel more confident. Certifying your knowledge and skills with SOLIDWORKS software can help you start or advance your career, so enrolling in a test preparation class can be a smart decision. Contact the educational consultants at Varsity Tutors for more information. They can enroll you in Tulsa SOLIDWORKS certification training so that you can begin attending an online class soon.
- CSWA - Mechanical Design
- CSWA - Mechanical Design - Academic Version
- CSWA-Additive Manufacturing
- Platform Explorer Associate
- CSWP - Mechanical Design
- CSWP - Mechanical Design - Academic Version
- CSWP-Model Based Design
- CSWPA-Drawing Tools
- CSWPA-Mold Making
- CSWPA-Sheet Metal
- Certified PDM Professional Administrator (CPPA)
- CSWE - Mechanical Design
- CSWE – Simulation
Trevor: Tulsa SolidWorks instructor
...about 3D-Printing, aerospace, and mechanical design. I'm a highly motivated team player, and I strive to find challenging work that allows me to use all facets of my skillset. I love Math! It has always been my favorite subject, and I enjoy both learning about new concepts and sharing/teaching the ones I'm familiar with. I especially...
Education & Certification
- Northeastern University - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
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