Design and make a better world. Start with certification.
Whether you are an educator helping students prepare for college or career, or a student looking for a competitive advantage, or perhaps a company looking for people with the qualifications to make things happen, an Autodesk certification can make a difference. Strong design software skills are a great asset in both the academic and professional arenas. Teaching students to use state-of-the-art Autodesk® design software such as AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit, Maya, 3DS Max, and Fusion 360, along with providing Autodesk certification gives them a significant advantage in achieving college or career success.
Close the skills gap. Validate your students’ expertise/knowledge.
Autodesk® certifications are industry-recognized credentials that can help designers, engineers, and makers succeed at any stage of their career. As more and more industries experience a skills gap as they hire new talent, Autodesk certifications provide a reliable validation of skills and knowledge. An official certification from Autodesk can start with the Autodesk Certified User certification to enhance academic success and prepare for college or a career. Then accelerate professional development, improve productivity and increase credibility with the Autodesk Certified Professional.
Resources to learn, practice, certify and share.
Through Certiport’s full pathway solution you can prepare your students for an Autodesk certification with free Autodesk software, tailored learning materials, practice tests, and Autodesk endorsed certification exams. Adding these materials into your curriculum is easy and seamless.
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Note: In the Autodesk Certified Professional search tool, the Autodesk certifications associated with Autodesk 2016 or newer software will not state a year in the certificate name and include the name of the certification. For example, “Autodesk Certified Professional: AutoCAD.” Older versions of the Autodesk certifications will include a year in the certificate name.