“In these uncertain economic times, many companies have had to let good people go. If you were one of them, you might be wondering how to advance your career in this challenging global job market.”
After rolling out the program for those displaced workers architecture, design, engineering, and manufacturing in North America Autodesk is expanding the program.
The program will first be rolled out in Northern Europe then remaining Europe then onto Mexico and Brazil over the next few months.
What assistance includes is:
- Free Software License*: Student licenses of 17 Autodesk® products, including AutoCAD®, Revit® Architecture, Autodesk® Inventor® Professional, and/or AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software.
- Free Online Training: On-demand training available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with Subscription eLearning, Autodesk University online, and Books.
- Reduced-Cost Classroom Training: Over 70 Autodesk Authorized Value Added Resellers and Autodesk Training Center (ATC®) partners are offering classroom training at their training facilities for free or for a significantly reduced fee. (Offerings will vary, please check with your local reseller or ATC to get details)
- Certification: Certification preparation and exams available at discounted rates.
Seize the opportunity now. Don’t just survive, thrive!
I personally have had many good friends be let go in many industries including Autodesk itself. In recent months some have had more luck in finding a replacement position so lets all hope this trend continues. If you have positions you are trying to hire for please send me an email and I would be happy to post it to the many readers of this blog. Please email me with the subject line of “09 Jobs”.
Some great job seeking advice was blogged by recently unemployed and again hired.Donnie Gladfelter aka The CADGeek
I wish everyone and business a speedy recovery and increasing busy workload.