**REGISTRATION OPEN TO FIRST 10**
The growth of SolidWorks in industry has fueled many colleges and universities to add SolidWorks training to their engineering programs.
SolidWorks offers many nationally recognized certifications that your high school students can earn. The CSWA (Certified SolidWorks Associate) is the first level of certificate. To earn the CSWA, a student must complete and revise several drawings to a high degree of accuracy and manipulate assemblies during a three hour exam.
This Workshop will help you prepare your students to take and pass the exam.
Topics covered include:
* 3D Solid Modeling
* Global Variables
* Mass Properties Analysis
* Assembly Interference Detection
Jim Bonar has been teaching Engineering and Architecture for 29 years as well as working in private industry. He has many former students working in a variety of engineering fields and architecture. Jim has presented workshops over AutoCAD, Inventor, Fusion 360, Revit, and SolidWorks.
Charlie Lauts recently retired from teaching at Lawrence High School where she taught Architecture, Engineering, and Design & Build classes. Charlie has provided workshops to instructors covering Revit, Inventor, and Fusion 360. Since retiring, Charlie serves as the Enrollment Service Coordinator at Peaslee Tech in Lawrence.