G2 Crowd User in Internet


over 1 year ago

What training offerings or resources does Vectorworks offer?

Vendor Responses

Response by Vectorworks Arch

over 1 year ago

Due to varied learning styles, we offer a variety of training and resources to our new and longtime users. New customers can take advantage of a software purchase and training bundled offer. After a two-day training course, you’ll understand the basics of Vectorworks Architect, and you’ll be able to start designing. For those in the U.S., online one-on-one or group trainings can be purchased, or you can attend classes at our headquarters in Columbia, MD or attend classes at locations around the country throughout the year. We also have a number of other self-paced training options available for free, including our Getting Started Guides (http://www.vectorworks.net/training/2017/getting-started-guides) and videos through our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/vectorworks), so you can learn at your own pace. For more information, visit our Vectorworks Training page (http://www.vectorworks.net/training). International customers can learn about training options in their countries by contacting their local distributor at Vectorworks Worldwide (http://www.vectorworks.net/international). Finally, community forums, local User Groups and our dedicated Vectorworks Tech Support staff are other helpful resources. Those who embrace our myriad of resources will ensure that they are using the software to its fullest potential.

From project highlights and profiles on creative visionaries to software tips and industry insights, Vectorworks also provides inspiration for designers around the world through case studies (http://www.vectorworks.net/case-studies) and blog posts (http://planet.vectorworks.net/) that spark designers’ imaginations and prepare them to tackle their next projects. Additionally, we provide a variety of Continuing Education opportunities through webinars and traveling workshops to help professionals make the most of their software and stay on top of industry trends, while also earning the necessary credits to keep their professional licenses.