US-based design software firm KCL has extended its ‘Tech Tip Tuesdays’ free online training series.
The CAD and BIM specialist hosts these weekly sessions each Tuesday, at 7pm GMT/1pm CST for its American customers.
Each event will provide key information on a focused topic in under 30 minutes. The sessions, delivered in real time, will conclude with a question-and-answer period.
Sessions for the first quarter of this year start tonight on the topic of company private cloud and user data. Next Tuesday it will cover advanced KCL tools, with 29 January session focused on group screen.
February training starts on the 12th, with an introduction to the KCL toolbox, while the 19th is about the software firm’s AutoCAD offering, NapkinSketch. While March’s training comprises Advanced KCL Tools again on the 12th and Balloons and Schedules on the 19th.
KCL president Kevin Kochman said: “The response has been tremendous. We’re continually updating and adding to the KCL toolbox with new items, like our popular NapkinSketch, that lets people creating designs without a CAD program. We want to keep our subscribers up to date.”
The webinars can be accessed through KCL’s website and archived sessions will be filed in the site’s blog under the ‘tutorials’ tab.