I am looking to learn Pro-e. I live in NJ. I am looking for a school in NJ, DE or PA. I looked on The PTC site and it was $1800 for 5 days. Is there a anywhere else that teaches Pro-e? How did you learn it? Thanks in advance.
Roger Toogood tutorials are very good one's. They're use in most of the tech. school or JrC. Atleast here in TX. InfactIlearn from them and know after 5 yearsI'm a ft.designer andpt. basic pro-e instructor with them. To tell you more I rather spend6 hundred in a 3hr's semester class than going to 1800's ptc crash course and try to learn in 5 days what'll take you 2 or 3 moths pending how much time you'll spend with it. For tech. school's check on ITT local listing(not adverticing). It's just the one i know that could be nation wide.
I went all out and spent the money to take a class in Chicago through
Design Engine Education. It was a fanastic experiance. I learned so
much so fast. They have an impressive list of clients with good
testimonials, and that's why I chose them. The class is made so you can
learn at your own pace with as much or as little help as possible. If
you are looking for placement, they can help you out with that as well.
I'm a student at Michigan Technological University, and I've gotten
calls for jobs. I highly recomend this course.
I forgot to give some sort of contact. Go to proetools.com. This is the
website for booking classes with Design Engine Education in Chicago.
Excellent class. Worth so much more than the cost of the class.