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August 31, 2018

Classes for CAD Managers at AU Las Vegas

If you’re a CAD manager, it goes without saying that you have a lot to keep track of: hardware, software, people, projects, and permissions. You probably have other things to worry about besides choosing the best classes for yourself at AU Las Vegas 2018. Fear not. We have a few suggestions.

Whether your firm is focused on manufacturing and design or architecture and engineering, you’ll find dozens of classes at AU Las Vegas this year specifically focused on helping you move forward and do your job better as a CAD manager. Whether it’s managing users, managing deployments, or managing expectations, learn from the best in the business how to get the results you need, the cooperation you depend on, and the respect you deserve.

Design & Manufacturing
CAD Management: The Art of Influence
You work hard to choose the software and hardware your company should buy and use. Learn how to present your proposals in ways that will make it easy for your colleagues—and your managers—to see just how right you are.

Vault: What Is It and Why Do I Need It?
As with all things digital, your current project is only as good as your last backup. Vault is the best way to manage your CAD data and your team’s collaboration. But which product is right for you? Find out in this class.

Driving Efficiency Through Seamless Manufacturing Workflows and Fusion Production
See how Fusion Production can save you time and money by automating the relay of information and assignments throughout your organization.

Future of Product Design with Inventor
Get a sneak peek at the latest Inventor products now under development, including Inventor Professional.

Want more sessions curated especially for CAD managers working in manufacturing? We’ve got a Tailored Experience just for you.

Architecture, Engineering & Construction
Programming the Work out of CAD Management
Learn how use AutoLISP to handle common CAD management tasks so you can focus on the work that matters most.

CAD Manager's Guide: Using Tool Palettes to Manage Standards and Configuration
Discover ways to put your company’s operating standards within reach of every employee. This year’s class includes a look back at some specific palette sets we’ve used in recent years and how to get the most out of them.

Release: Deployment Ready: Timely Delivery
Save time by automating Autodesk software installation and keeping your deployments ready for immediate, consistent delivery. We’ll use one company’s successful large-scale deployment as a real-world example.

Knowledge Sharing and Lifecycle User Training
Break down the knowledge silos and create a culture of continual training—where those who know teach those who are new and knowledge sharing is expected.

Want more sessions curated especially for CAD managers in architecture and construction? Check out this Tailored Experience.