Skills assessment and training needs analysis for BIM 360 Glue. This test comprises questions covering a range of basic BIM 360 Glue skills.
Modules covered include; Objects, Clashes, Administration, Model management and General operation.
Autodesk Navisworks is a popular software tool used by design and engineering clients working on projects in a Building Information Modelling (BIM) environment.
Skills gap assessment and staff training needs analysis for regular users of Navisworks. This test comprises questions covering a range of basic Navisworks skills, including: Quantification, Rendering, TimeLiner, Appearance Profiler, Clash Detective, User Interface, File Formats, Measuring and Operations.
Detailed skills assessment and training needs analysis for InfraWorks 360.
This test comprises questions covering a range of basic InfraWorks 360 skills, relating to Importing Data, Options, Styles, Exploring models, Menus, Themes, Objects and Measuring.
Detailed skills assessment and training feedback for 3ds Max and 3ds Max Design. The test is broken down into 4 separate modules; 3ds Max Fundamentals, 3ds Max Rendering, 3ds Max Modeling and 3ds Max Materials and Maps.
Detailed skills assessment and training needs analysis for Vault.
This test comprises questions covering a range of basic Vault skills, relating to File Checkout, Folders, Searching, File Relationships, Saving Files and File Versions.
Darryl McClelland is a graduate of Purdue University and has 27 years of practical design experience in the MEP industry. Although his primary focus is the design of mechanical systems, he spent 11 years designing electrical and plumbing systems. He also ran his own business for 8 years. His design experience ranges from complex research laboratories and institutional facilities to medical and professional office buildings, and everything in-between. His broad knowledge of the industry has helped him further define BIM workflows and processes and implement new technologies to leverage across MEP disciplines to help assist with project design challenges and further collaboration amongst project team members. He is a member of ASHRAE, ASPE, and a LEED AP. Darryl has co-authored 6 nationally published books centred on the BIM process.
From being an award winning regional CAD Manager for a national Top 500 Engineering Firm, to working with an International Engineering Firm in the implementation of AutoCAD Civil 3D, during the software's infancy in 2006 - Josh is recognized as a leader in the use, training, implementation, consulting, and customizing of Autodesk ENI products.
Josh started with AutoCAD Release 12 over 18 years ago and progressing through each release is now building .Net applications for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014. For the past 3 years, Josh has served as the technical editor for the best-selling book, Civil 3D Essentials. In addition to writing and working with the software, Josh has been a top-rated presenter at Autodesk University for four years.
Currently, Josh serves as the Managing Partner for InMotion Consulting, a technical consulting solution provider and a member of the Autodesk Developer's Network. His passion for helping others in the use of Autodesk products is stronger than ever.
Scott Onstott is an independent consultant, author, editor, video producer, and former university instructor who has 16 years of experience teaching and writing about architectural design and visualization software. He has a degree in architecture from UC Berkeley, has worked in a number of architectural and engineering firms, and has expert knowledge of 3ds Max, Photoshop, AutoCAD, Revit, and SketchUp.
Scott's website: http://www.scottonstott.com
John Evans is the Managing Director and technical specialist at Design & Motion, an R&D consulting firm assisting customers with product design, validation, simulation, data management, implementation, and training. He is a veteran with 30 years of experience in the aerospace industry with mechanical engineering, design, fabrication, CNC manufacturing processes and recently, civil engineering technologies. John’s work has been published on CadDigest and AUGI World Magazine, and continues to serve as AUGI’s manufacturing column editor.
John holds professional certifications from USAF, Autodesk and NSPS. He speaks English and Japanese, and continues his education in Japanese culture while pursuing his degree in aeronautical engineering.
John Evans’ website: www.designandmotion.net