It doesn’t need to take years to master AutoCAD, confidently creating great looking site plans that are accurate and a standard above the rest. You don’t need to struggle through generic AutoCAD training, or trawl through YouTube videos. There’s an easier, fun way to learn how to use AutoCAD in the Events Industry. It’s been created bespoke for you, an Event Professional.
“I’m Rupert from Event Site Design and I’ve been designing outdoor events and festivals in the UK and internationally for over 12 years.
Because I also plan and manage events, I combine this knowledge as I get my geek on with AutoCAD!”
When you consider how valuable this skill is, how few people in the industry can claim to be confident in AutoCAD, it’s a drop in the ocean compared to your new earning potential.
For example, you can can get a return on your investment in less than 3 days, for the Pro Access (and that’s only charging £25 per hour; that’s cheap for a CAD Designer!).
There are live sessions that start right after the offer closes, and I want everyone there from the beginning.
Because everyone will be starting together, the community will be serving everyone’s interest best.
I’ve had some students complete the course in just days (that’s commitment!) and others have spread out their learning over several weeks.
It’s really up to you, but the course is designed for you to be able to learn in easily manageable, enjoyable, bite sized sections.
No! I’ll provide a link for you to download a free 30 day trial, which is plenty of time to complete this course.
After that, Autodesk offer affordable monthly plans.
If you’re a student, you can apply for a student version that lasts for even longer!
Here’s what’s included:
Upon completing the course, you’ll be issued with a custom designed, serialised certification of graduation.
This is your proof of your new skill.
Usually, I’d say it takes time, commitment and perseverance. But this course is your fast track ticket; after completing this course you will be a confident AutoCAD Designer.
I’d put one last reason for enrolling here. Something like:
Still on the fence? Look at it this way. This is year like no other. Most event professionals have had their entire year cancelled.
Would you rather look back on 2020 as the year your work and plans were taken away from you, or the year you learned skills that helped you work better, work smarter, and work more profitably in 2021 and beyond?