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3D Training Institute Launches Hands on Workshops in 3D as a Response to President Obamas Call for Action in Creating New Incentives for Entrepreneurs and Inventors(June 30, 2014)
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 30, 2014
Last week, President Obama held the first Maker Faire at the White House and celebrated with the entrepreneurs and inventors who have reinvented and reinvigorated the manufacturing sector of the US economy. The West Wing of the White House was filled with Makers demonstrating inventions from Robotic giraffes to a 3D Pancake Printer, to 3d modeling of molecules inside our bodies.
Behind much of this innovation is 3D software and it is expected that the demand for professionals who are proficient in 3dsMax, Maya, Revit, and Inventor will continue to match the soaring marketplace.
Autodesk has made a commitment to supporting the Presidents call to action and 3DTi is contributing by offering these Hands on Workshops which will introduce the 3D software and the unique Production Based Training Methodology that is conducted exclusively by 3DTi. In the workshop participants will complete a small project to get an understanding of the software and the project workflow. The workshop will be taught using a combination of 2 hours of self-paced interactive videos which are accessible at any time and a 4 hour live instructor led online session.
From movies and video games, to legal presentations, medical animations, fashion designers, construction managers, endless mobile applications, and 3D Printing, the opportunities for 3D professionals are expanding every day. The accessibility to 3D tools is creating a new generation of Makers, inventors, and entrepreneurs.
The Hands on Workshops are offered in Autodesk software packages 3dsMax, Maya, Revit, and Inventor. For only $50, participants will learn about the software, the industry trends, and job availability in the 3D field.
For anyone unsure which software choice is best for them, 3D Training Institute is also offering a complimentary one hour Intro Class where industry experts will describe 3D applications and career opportunities for 3D professionals.
President Obama recently released a report stating that a national movement is brewing of Makers, tinkerers, and inventors who are scaling up from DIY to Made in the USA through networks and platforms like Etsy, Tindie, Indeigogo, Quirky, Grommet, and Kickstarter.
3D Training Institute teaches Autodesk 3D software in a simulated production environment to prepare students to take on real world projects and clients in a very short
amount of time. 3DTis success with this innovative training approach has been recognized by industry experts as the school that can put your career on the fast track.
Trent Edwards, Instructional Manager at 3DTi, says, We see huge potential for anyone who gets into the 3D field. Many of 3DTis graduates have started their own businesses. Our mission has always been to help students establish a fulfilling career and long term success.
There is a renaissance of creativity and entrepreneurial spirit combined with new technological advances and the ability for an individual to reach anyone in the globe marketplace. 3D professionals will possess the tools to join in this exciting new movement.
The 3D Training Institutes Hands on Workshops are designed to give anyone contemplating a new career or a career change a look inside the world of 3D and the blossoming array of opportunities.
About 3D Training Institute
3D Training Institute (3DTi) is the leading provider of short-term production-based training programs in Autodesk Software. Popular trade magazines have recognized 3DTi as One of the top schools, where students can put their careers on the fast track. 3D Training Institute was one of the first companies to offer project-based training in a simulated live online production environment. Recently, 3DTi became one of the first live online training centers to become an authorized Autodesk Training Center (ATC). For more information, visit http://www.3DTraining.com.
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