Back by Popular Demand - AUGI CAD Camp

November 29th, 2010

AUGI CAD Camp is back in full force after a hiatus in 2009. On February 11, 2010, the training and networking program kicks off in California, USA and will continue across the US to complete its 29-city tour, which ends in November 2010.

AUGI CAD Camp is a single-day bootcamp that focuses on educational instruction, networking, and industry solutions. Participants receive a full day of Autodesk product training, advice, and insights from top instructors, networking opportunities, and product demonstrations and information.

Participants in AUGI CAD Camps are from a wide range of industries including architecture, engineering, construction, aerospace, utilities, and film, and will discover how to get the most out of their Autodesk investments through the camps.

The February events offer two exciting speakers: Lynn Allen, Autodesk technical evangelist, and Heidi Hewett, AutoCAD technical marketing manager. Allen will introduce the new release of AutoCAD with a tour of the latest features and tips for productive use. Participants will also learn how to take their 2D AutoCAD experience to 3D modeling through a functionality presentation led by Hewett.

Registration is now open for the first three camps:
February 11, 2010 – San Francisco, California 
February 16, 2010 – Los Angeles, California
February 18, 2010 – San Diego, California

A complete list of AUGI CAD Camp locations and details is available atwww.augicadcamp.com.

Current AUGI CAD Camp sponsors include: Adraft, Inc., Applied Software, CAD-1, CADD Microsystems, CADLearning by 4D Technologies, CADsoft Consulting, Ideate, Inc., Kelar Pacific, Master Graphics, Inc., MicroCAD, Microdesk, PacificCAD, PPI, and Repro Products.

Click here for complete information about sponsorships.

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