Tekla Structures: Online Miscellaneous Fundamentals Training
Our Online Miscellaneous Fundamentals Training course saves you time and money, while learning at your own pace.
We know how busy you are and how hard it can be to get out of the office for training. That’s why we launched our Online Miscellaneous Fundamentals Training course. You now have the option to take the course at your own pace in the comfort of your own office. This course is aimed at saving you time and money by:
• Eliminating travel expenses
• Paying a reduced course fee
• Making it convenient to work from your computer
• Providing self-paced training
• Reducing your time out of the office
We hope you can take advantage of this course and the benefits it offers. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us for more information.
Online classes take as much time as regular traditional classroom classes. You need to set aside sufficient time for study. Plan to spend at least as much time working on the assignments and studying as you would with a traditional course. Note that some students report spending even more time for online classes than for traditional ones. Time that you need to devote to this course should be a minimum of 10 hours.
Access to the online training classroom expires 90 days from the time of purchase or at the completion of the course.
Online Training includes:
- Access for single user to Online Training site
- Miscellaneous Fundamentals Training course
- Feedback and scores
- Certificate of Completion
“The Tekla Structures online training course is a great option for those seeking to gain a basic skill set in the software. We found the layout to be very user-friendly and delivery methods easy to follow. The available online trainer was helpful for getting through some of the more complicated features. Although a classroom setting is an ideal way to learn a complex tool like Tekla Structures, with the initial purchase price at about half that of live training and no travel expenses, this program is a great value. We highly recommend it for anyone just starting in Tekla Structures.”