Course Feedback

BricsCAD Beginners has been running here in New Zealand, and in Australia. Targeting those that are new to CAD it has received very positive feedback.

"1st time user, so course had heaps for me - no improvement required. Great Job!!"

"It all pretty much went the way I wanted. If not better than I expected. Damian was great. Very happy with the course!"

"Thanks for your help and time."

"Excellent course, good instructor."

"Was good to fill in knowledge gaps & really focus on shortcuts & using 2d drawing to its full potential. Thanks heaps, well put together course & timeframe & good knowledgeable explanations."

"All Good."

"Jason, organised and presented the training very well, we can all use some of the techniques learned on a daily basis."

"Overall it was a very good course and I would highly recommend it to others."

"Learned heaps to improve my dwg techniques and speed."

"I thought the course was very well run."

"Spewing that the Kiwis won the world cup!"  Received just after the Rugby world cup final.

"For me, I thought it was well paced. Also thought 3 days intensive, was a good way to learn. Thanks to both, I really appreciated your efforts."

"This has been a very good course for beginners."

"For a basic beginners course I learned some new skills."

"This is my 1st time I have opened a CAD software package, hence I struggled a bit. I have zero CAD skills, but I learned heaps. The trick now is to regularly use it to improve my proficiency."

"I have a bit of experience in using AutoCAD, 12D, ArcGis, Microstation etc, so I didn't need much instruction on drawing and modifying. It was really good to get some formal training in best practices."

"Very knowledgeable trainer, well presented, clear and concise, but able to explain examples using real world examples from wide and relevant cross section of fields/applications."

"Great, helpful course that has been useful in raising my awareness with the basic tools in Bricscad/AutoCAD."

"Excellent course. Instructors approach very clear and directions outlined well."