State-Funded CAD and BIM training for unemployed Architects

April 14, 2009

A state-funded program offers those who were recently laid off and are collecting unemployment in the state of NJ access to free CAD and BIM training.

For eligible New Jersey residents, Robotech offers a comprehensive training program approved by the Department of Labor for unemployed architects, interior designers, engineers, draftspersons or those interested in the architectural and engineering fields. The 10-week program includes Autodesk’s CAD and BIM applications such as AutoCAD, Revit Architecture and 3D Studio Max, conducted under NJ state Dept. of Labor supervision at our Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) located in Hoboken. The course is provided at no cost to applicants who qualify for this program.

Check out our website for further details at http://www.robotechcad.com/training/training-to-unemployed/

Interested candidates should contact Robotech’s training coordinator, Cissie, at 201-792-6300 or by email cissie@robotechcad.com. She will guide any interested candidates through the qualification process. Time invested to qualify will surely prove to be well worth the reward.

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