Believe it or not, PTC's manual is pretty strong... I would recommend a course if you can get into one. Depending on how many students in the class, you may be able to work out a good deal with your training provider.
Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire for Designers by Sham Tickoo is a very good book to upgrade to Wildfire. It covers all the topics except MDO but none of books available in market covers this topic. I wish some author go for a book on MDO.
>>Believe it or not, PTC's manual is pretty strong...
We're back to manual IE PRINTED manuals? Something I can bend fold and mutilate, put postits in and dogear, somethine I can actulla USE instead of the Byzantine HTML mish-mash I have now, THAT ALONE will make me push for Wildfire here.
I CAN recommend CadQuests Wildfire Update Manual , it covers all the Where the heck is it this rev? problems did a great job of translating to the new concepts and was loaded with examples and such.
I have used a few of them in the course I have been teaching here. The latest is Pro/E WF Basic Design by Smith, printed by CADQuest. It has the basics for newcomers. Toogood is very similar in depth and span. I have used the Kelley book (McGraw Hill) as a teaching book and can be a good reference book, his WF version is just coming out.
WF does have a good tutorial you can download from the default PTC webpage (for free).