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Not sure if this is the right place, but:

I'm looking to take online AutoCAD classes in a short amount of time and found Ashworth College that offers certification in it and at a really cheap price at $750 up front.

Is this school legitimate?
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>>51560420
>Paying to learn shit
Just download plenty of manuals and read read read
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>>51560432
Yeah but companies only seem to hire people who are certified. and the only way to be certified from what I can find is through paid courses first.

I've been learning it on my free tie on online courses for free but still.
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>>51560420
>>51560639
bumping for legitimate answer
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>>51560420
Certification requires a test authorized by the company. Look up if the place is on Autodesk's or whatever companies' certified facilities.
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>>51560420
Who is this extremely attractive cunt?
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Go look on the autoCAD website if there is someone they have an agreement with to give official certifications in your area. Then get on cgpeers and download a bunch of courses and study for free. Go get certified when you're done.
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>>51560432
when you apply for a professional job, they won't care about your library card and what books you rented out, they will only care about a degree, and degrees are not for free.
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>>51561049
Learn on your own, make a bunch of cad files, then set up a site and show your work. Add your site url to your resume/CV, and you can expect to hear a call under a month.
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What is AutoCAD used for? Making chip masks and such?
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>>51565503
AutoCAD is a meme. Real pros use OpenSCAD.
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>>51565503
It's used in the design half of engineering.
It is the #1 2D CAD software by market share with 3D capabilities
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>>51560420
http://www.autodesk.com/training-and-certification/certification/certification-options
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