Training

We offer an array of hands-on classes for software users of every level; whether you are a first time user of Solid Edge or an advanced user of FEMAP, our training experts will walk you through, step-by-step with patience and understanding that their years of experience have granted them.

Training is available in the traditional classroom style with classes held throughout the US, as well as on-site classes held at a location of your choice or a customized mentoring style tailored to suit your level of expertise and needs.

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CAD Classes

Sketching Fundamentals

Course Code: TR10028 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9 User Level: Beginner Duration: 2 Days
The NX Sketching Fundamentals course teaches you how to create sketches in NX. Class lectures and hands-on activities demonstrate good sketching techniques for parametric
solid modeling.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10053-
Recommended: -

Mechanical Freeform Modeling

Course Code: TR10035 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 5 Days
Learn how to create free form parts that update reliably and shift smoothly to the manufacturing application. You will learn how to incorporate freeform features into any part,
from reverse engineered product models to complex engineering designs.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051

Recommended: TR13155

Synchronous Modeling and Parametric Design

Course Code: TR10043 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
The Synchronous Modeling and Parametric Design course is designed to sustain the momentum launched in earlier NX courses. As a second tier course, Synchronous Modeling
and Parametric Design (SMP) aims to capitalize on the designers heightened skill level and propel his or her job productivity to the next level. This course includes key productiv- ity skills that delve deeper into the advanced and associative modeling concepts.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051
Recommended: -

Synchronous Modeling Fundamentals

Course Code: TR10045 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Days
The Synchronous Modeling Fundamentals course teaches Synchronous Modeling design techniques and is aimed at users familiar with NX. Synchronous Modeling technology
unites parametric and history-free modeling techniques. It can be used regardless of the origin or associativity of the model. This course provides hands-on activities and prac- tice projects that teach both history-free and parametric constraint-driven design techniques.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051
Recommended: -

Essentials for NX Designers

Course Code: TR10051 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 5 Days
Essentials for NX Designers as the initial class, is designed to launch students on the path of productivity. This course is designed to meet the student's expectation to transfer
classroom instruction to productivity on the job. The Essentials for NX Designers course engages the student through professional instruction pertaining to product model design, product model detailing, assembly modeling and the basics of the master model concept. At the completion of Essentials for NX Designers the student will productively develop solid models, detail drawings, and product assemblies. The class introduces assembly modeling in the context of a real-life scenario that include parts modeled by the student as well as part models that have already been created. This reinforces the student's understanding of the flexibility of the solid modeling and assembly tool as it can be applied in the real world of product development collaboration. The Essentials for NX Designers class capitalizes on Siemens PLM Software's intimate knowledge of the software's development and instructs the students based on the underlying principles incorporated within the NX software.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Basic Design

Course Code: TR10053 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 2 Days
Basic Design provides an entry level user a high-level overview of NX modeling, assemblies and drafting topics. This class is a subset of the NX functionality taught in Essentials
for NX Designers. It is designed to fit with other courses such as Drafting Essentials and NX Manufacturing Fundamentals to make one week of training. At the completion of the Basic Design class, the student will be able to develop basic solid and assembly models as well as drawings using the master model concept. These concepts can be applied in the real world of product development and collaboration. As with each course developed and taught by Siemens PLM Software professionals, this class reinforces our intimate knowledge of software's developments and instructs the students based on the underlying principles incorporated within the NX product suite.
The NX Basic Design class was designed to increase the productivity of the student, teaching the necessary skills to accomplish the following:
• Open and examine NX models
• Create and modify basic assembly structures
• Create and edit parametric solid models
• Create and modify simple drawings
Prerequisites
Required: -

Recommended: -

Intermediate NX Design and Assemblies

Course Code: TR10056 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 5 Days
Intermediate NX Design and Assemblies is designed to advance students further up the productivity curve. As a second tier course Intermediate NX Design and Assemblies
builds on the tools you deployed as a result of attending the Essentials for NX Designers course. This method-based course focuses the student on productive modeling tech- niques that capture design intent in the context of the Master Model. Delivering on that outcome, this course will incorporate sketching, inter-part modeling, design intent, and several assembly topics as a significant part of the instruction.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051

Recommended: -

Industrial Design Using NX

Course Code: TR10060 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 4 Days
The Industrial Design using NX course provides the student with the knowledge and skills to define styling shapes using complex curves and surfaces. Upon completion of this
course, the student will possess the skills required to create high curvature, complex surfaces with tangent and/or curvature continuity and create blends and transition surfaces. The student will also learn to dynamically edit and analyze surfaces and showcase products by application of advanced visualization techniques.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10053-

Recommended: -

Drafting Essentials

Course Code: TR10100 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
The Drafting Essentials course is designed to teach students the proper use of the NX drafting tools. You will configure all drafting preferences using a preset standards file,
create multi-sheet drawings with base and derived views, place associated dimensions and annotations on the drawing, and customize the drawing with view dependent geome- try and style changes. You will also explore techniques for working with assemblies and Product and Manufacturing Information (PMI). Productivity is a key in every aspect of the NX software implementation. Product model detailing skills further the goal of overall productivity, as part of the engineering and product development process. Students who complete the Drafting Essentials course will be prepared to return to their product development duties with the additional skills that speed and automate the detailing process in NX.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10053

Recommended: TR10051

Mold Wizard Design Process

Course Code: TR10420 Versions Supported: 8 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 5 Days
Expert NX tool designers will acquire the skills to significantly reduce mold design lead time through Mold Wizard automation. The curriculum mimics common tasks used in
mold construction and is reinforced using hands-on activities. Additionally, students are introduced to customization techniques needed to fully realize the potential of the Mold Wizard libraries. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more details.)
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051-TC, TR10056-TC

Recommended: -

Open API Programming

Course Code: TR13110 Versions Supported: 7.5 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
The NX Open API Programming course introduces to the NX Open Application Programming Interface (API) and its entire collection of toolkits. This course teaches the basics of
interfacing with the Common API through Visual Basic.NET, C#, C/C++ and Java. Journaling and toolbar customization are also covered. The course includes hands on lab time for an enhanced learning experience. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more details.)
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051
Recommended: -

Introduction to NX for Experienced Users

Course Code: TR13155 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 5 Days
The Introduction to NX for Experienced Users course provides an introduction to NX for those students who will be using NX on a daily basis. Upon completion of this course,
accomplished 3D Parametric CAD users will have the capability to create and modify parts, assemblies, and products in NX, leveraging their years of parametric modeling experience. The pace and topics of this course have been carefully planned specifically for the experienced 3D Parametric CAD user. At the completion of this course the student will productively develop solid models, detail drawings, and product assemblies. This course introduces assembly modeling in the context of a real-life scenario that includes parts modeled by the student as well as part models that have already been created. As with each course developed and taught by Siemens PLM Software professionals, this course capitalizes on Siemens PLM Software's intimate knowledge of the software's development and instructs the students based on the underlying principles incorporated within the NX software.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Progressive Die Wizard

Course Code: TR19010 Versions Supported: 8 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 4 Days
Expert NX tool designers will acquire the skills to significantly reduce progressive die design lead time through Progressive Die Wizard automation. The curriculum mimics
common tasks used in die construction and is reinforced using hands-on activities. Additionally, students are introduced to customization techniques needed to fully realize the potential of the Progressive Die Wizard libraries. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more details.)
Prerequisites
Required: TR10056-TC
Recommended: -


FEMAP Classes

Introduction to FEMAP

Course Code: FEMAP101 Versions Supported: 11.2 User Level: Beginner Duration: 4 Day
The Introduction to FEMAP course introduces FEA users to the FEMAP Pre & Post processor environment. Topics include: the FEMAP user interface, how to create and edit
geometry, meshing essentials and how to leverage the FEMAP Meshing Toolbox, Post Processing Toolbox, and Custom Tools.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Introduction to FEMAP (Accelerated)

Course Code: FEMAP 102 Versions Supported: 11.2 User Level: Beginner Duration: 3 Days
The Introduction to FEMAP course introduces experienced FEA users to the FEMAP Pre & Post processor environment. In this class, users of Patran or other FEA pre & post
software will learn how to best use FEMAP. Topics include: the FEMAP user interface, how to create and edit geometry, meshing essentials and how to leverage the FEMAP Meshing Toolbox, Post Processing Toolbox, and Custom Tools.
Prerequisites
Required: -

Recommended: Some FEA experience

Advanced Modeling Techniques

Course Code: FEMAP201 Versions Supported: 11.2 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
To cover geometry repair & preparation, mapped meshing, hex meshing, using data surfaces for complex loading and boundary conditions, advanced grouping operations,
linear contact, connection elements, troubleshooting and debugging, operations on results, and overview of the API.
Prerequisites
Required: FEMAP101/102
Recommended: -

Inspire

Course Code: ST200 Versions Supported: 2015 User Level: Beginner to Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
The Introduction to Inspire course teaches beginner to intermediate users the basic design, analysis, and
optimization features of SolidThinking Inspire. By the end of the class students should have a solid
understanding of finite element analysis process and should be able to run basic FEA analysis with Inspire,
and utilize SolidThinking Inspire to optimally design lightweight parts suited for various manufacturing
methods.
Prerequisites
Required:

Recommended: Basic FEA and CAD knowledge

API Development

Course Code: FEMAP301 Versions Supported: 11.2 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Day
To develop custom routines and applications. Topics covered will include the Visual Basic programming language, working with the FEMAP code editor, FEMAP application and
entity objects, debugging FEMAP API code, custom user interfaces, COM/OLE development and programming for FEMAP using Microsoft Excel.
Prerequisites
Required: FEMAP101/102

Recommended: Programming Experience

Non-Linear Analysis

Course Code: FEMAP401 Versions Supported: 11.2 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
To provide an introduction to the nonlinear capabilities of FEMAP and NX NASTRAN. This includes the basic nonlinear solutions, and the advanced nonlinear solutions. Learn to
create models with gap, glue and surface contact, create nonlinear material properties, use the geometric nonlinear option and how to use the nonlinear solution parameters and options most effectively.
Prerequisites
Required: FEMAP101/102
Recommended: -

FEMAP Dynamics

The FEMAP 501 Dynamics with NX Nastran covers the fundamentals of vibration theory as well as many of the more advanced topics found in the areas of applied vibration and structural dynamics. The course consists of a review of basic vibration terminology and theory with class exercises comparing FEMAP/Nastran computer solutions to analytical solutions. The course assumes a working knowledge of FEMAP and Nastran to create finite element models and how to solve linear statics problems and correctly interpret the results. The FEMAP 501 course will build on that competency and provide the student with a working knowledge of using FEMAP and Nastran to solve Vibration and Structural Dynamics problems as found in the real world.

    - Review of Fundamentals-
    - Dynamic Modeling Input
    - Normal Modes Analysis
    - Rigid Body Motion
    - Frequency Response Analysis
    - Transient Response Analysis
    - Residual Vector Methods
    - Enforced Motion
Course Code: FEMAP501 Versions Supported: 11.3 User Level: Intermediate/Advanced Duration: 3 Days
Prerequisites
Required: Working knowledge of FEMAP/NASTRA
Recommended: -

NX CAE Classes

Laminate Composites

Course Code: TR15029 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
The Laminate Composites course is a comprehensive presentation of the composite laminates tools integrated inNX Advanced Simulation. The course includes laminate simula-
tion processes, draping, failure analysis, optimization,finite element model solution, pre and post-processing, as well as a review of the laminates theory. The hands-on activities and case studies are presented using NX Laminate Composites and NX Advanced Simulation.
Prerequisites
Required: TR15032
Recommended: -

Thermal Simulation

Course Code: TR15023 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 2 Days
The Thermal Simulation course introduces product simulation and analysis in NX for heat transfer applications. Students will learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated
thermal analysis quickly and easily. This course covers basic thermal topics such as conduction, convection, and radiation, and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications.
Prerequisites
Required: TR15020
Recommended: -

Flow Simulation

Course Code: TR15024 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9, 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 2 Days
The Flow Simulation course introduces product simulation and analysis in NX for 3D fluid flow applications. Students will learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated
computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis quickly and easily. This course covers basic flow topics and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications.
Prerequisites
Required: TR15032

Recommended: -

Thermal and Flow Analysis

Course Code: TR15025 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9, 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 3 Days
The Thermal and Flow Analysis course provides students with comprehensive instruction in the use of NX Thermal and Flow to model heat transfer and 3D fluid flow problems.
Students will learn the skills necessary to carry out sophisticated thermal and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis quickly and easily. The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of how the software handles heat transfer and fluid flows. It also covers coupled thermal-flow analysis, and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications.
Prerequisites
Required: TR15020
Recommended: -

Advanced Thermal and Flow Analysis

Course Code: TR15026 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Advanced Thermal and Flow Analysis course provides students with comprehensive instruction in the use of the NX Thermal and Flow - advanced software to model heat
transfer, radiation and 3D fluid flow problems. Students will learn the skills necessary to incorporate comprehensive radiation modeling including solar and radiative heating, fully coupled with thermal and fluid flow analysis. Students learn how to apply advanced thermal and flow boundary conditions. The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of how the software handles heat transfer by conduction, convection and radiation and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applica- tions.
Prerequisites
Required: TR15025
Recommended: -

Advanced Fluid Modeling

Course Code: TR15045 Versions Supported: 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
Learn how to prepare a complex model for a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis or acoustics analysis. You will generate surface wrap bodies that can represent fluid
domains inside or around models and create boundary layer meshes in the fluid-wall vicinity to capture steep solution gradients in the fluid boundary layer region.
Prerequisites
Required: TR15020
Recommended: -

Motion Simulation

Course Code: TR15110 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
Motion Simulation is a CAE software application you can use to animate and analyze both kinematic and dynamic motion simulations in terms of critical design positions, forces,
velocities, and accelerations. Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand how to apply and edit motion simulations, and use motion simulations to analyze, troubleshoot, and optimize a mechanism design. While this course does include classic engineering topics such as statics, dynamics, kinematics and kinetics, the primary objective of this course is to train users in the use and application of the engineering software package. This course will not serve as a substitute for formal engineering education on these topics.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051
Recommended: -

Advanced Simulation Processes and Solutions

Course Code: TR15032 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 5 Days
Advanced Simulation Processes and Solutions introduces the NX Advanced Simulation finite element modeling and results visualization product. It is intended for design engi-
neers and analysts who want to learn the details of how to perform finite element analysis using NX. Students will learn how to generate meshes, define materials, apply bound- ary conditions, solve, and review analysis results. Students will also learn techniques for setting up and generating structural, dynamic, and thermal analyses, using optimization, and working with large models.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10053, TRCT2215

Recommended: TR10051, TRCT2205

Advanced Thermal Simulation

Course Code: TR15042 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Advanced Thermal Simulation provides students with comprehensive instruction in the use of the NX Advanced Thermal Simulation - advanced software to model heat
transfer and radiation problems. Students will learn the skills necessary to incorporate comprehensive radiation modeling including solar and radiative heating, and 1D duct flow networks. Students learn how to apply advanced thermal boundary conditions. The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of how the software handles heat trans- fer by conduction, convection and radiation and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications
Prerequisites
Required: TR15032

Recommended: -

Advanced Flow Simulation

Course Code: TR15043 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Advanced Flow Simulation course provides students with comprehensive instruction in the use of NX Advanced Flow Simulation - advanced software to model 3D fluid flow
problems. Students learn how to apply advanced flow boundary conditions. The course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of how the software handles complex 3D fluid flow problems and includes a variety of examples and tutorials addressing a wide range of applications
Prerequisites
Required: TR15024
Recommended: -

Durability Analysis

Course Code: TR15044 Versions Supported: 9 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Days
The Durability Analysis course introduces the NX Advanced Durability product for strength and fatigue analysis integrated in NX. This course covers applications of various
fatigue analysis methodologies, with theoretical background and hands-on application with NX Advanced Durability.
Prerequisites
Required: TR15032
Recommended: -

NASTRAN Classes

Fundamentals

Course Code: NASTRAN110 Versions Supported: 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 3 Days
To use NX Nastran to solve basic engineering problems. Detailed instruction is given on NX Nastran input and output with an emphasis on good FEA modeling practices in linear
static, linear buckling and normal modes analysis. The course covers NX Nastran data structure, modeling practices, model debugging, results interpretation, and efficient use of the software.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Basic Dynamics

Course Code: NASTRAN120 Versions Supported: 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 3 Days
To use the basic dynamic analysis capabilities of NX Nastran. Detailed instruction is given on NX Nastran input and output with an emphasis on good FEA modeling practices in
dynamic analysis. The course covers NX Nastran data structure, modeling practices, model debugging, results interpretation, and efficient use of the software.
Prerequisites
Required: -

Recommended: -


Solid Edge Classes

Solid Edge Fundamentals

Course Code: 100/101 Versions Supported: 7, 8 User Level: Beginner Duration: 4 Days
To train users to use Solid Edge as a productive design tool – from part design to assembly design and methods to production drafting sheets. This cycle of production is encompassed within integrated PDM process that allows for changes, notation and approval.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Sheet Metal Design

Course Code: 300 Versions Supported: 7,8 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Days
This course covers how to model both synchronous and ordered sheet metal features. The course also includes a lesson on Sketching.
Prerequisites
Required: 100/101
Recommended: -

Saratech also offers training on individual Solid Edge topics that would be covered in a Fundamentals or Assembly Course. Please contact us for a full listing of these offerings.

 

CAM Classes

Product and Manufacturing Information

Course Code: TR10200 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9 User Level: Beginner Duration: 1 Days
The Product and Manufacturing Information (PMI) course is an NX task environment for attaching nongeometric information to a part file. You can attach information needed by
downstream applications such as tooling, manufacturing, inspection, and shipping. The information can be text, dimensions or symbols. This information is used to convey the design intent of a part.
Prerequisites
Required: -

Recommended: -

Large Assemblies Management

Course Code: TR10234 Versions Supported: 8.5 User Level: Beginner Duration: 3 Days
The Large Assemblies Management course covers cloning, sequencing, assembly cut, arrangements, deform parts, reference sets, component grouping, representations, and
weight management. The course includes Advance Assemblies license functions in addition to standard design functions in the NX software.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051
Recommended: -

NX Sheet Metal

Course Code: TR16020 Versions Supported: 9 User Level: Beginner Duration: 2 Days
The NX Sheet Metal Design covers all the features and functions available in NX Sheet Metal, and is geared towards best practices and typical workflows. This course allows for
actual hands-on lab time to allow students to learn by doing.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10051
Recommended: -

Routing Electrical

Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Course Code: TR16030 Versions Supported: 8.5 User Level: Beginner Duration: 2 Day
The Routing Electrical course illustrates how to create connection and component lists, how to qualify parts for use in routing assemblies, how to place parts in a wiring assem-
bly, or to create and edit wiring paths, how to assign components and connectors (manually and automatically), and how to create formboards.

NX Manufacturing Fundamentals

Course Code: TR11021 Versions Supported: 9, 10 User Level: Beginner Duration: 3 Days
The NX Manufacturing Fundamentals course is designed to expedite the student learning experience in the generation of tool paths for 2 and 3-axis milling and drilling applica-
tions. As with each course developed and taught by Siemens PLM Software professionals, this class reinforces Siemens PLM's intimate knowledge of software's developments and instructs the students based on the underlying principles incorporated within the NX product suite.
Prerequisites
Required: TR10053, TRCT2215

Recommended: -

Turning Manufacturing Process

Course Code: TR11055 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
Turning Manufacturing Process is the core turning class designed to convey concepts, functionality, and application of the turning module. Turning Manufacturing Process is
taught from the perspective of an NC/CNC programming session and emphasizes programming concepts and techniques which take advantage of the latest developments in turning equipment and technology.
Prerequisites
Required: TR11021
Recommended: TR11040

Post Building Techniques

Course Code: TR11060 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 4 Days
The Post Building Techniques acquaints you with tools and techniques that are used for building custom, machine tool specific post processors using the Post Builder tool.
Methods are shown for customization and modification of the definition and event handler files that are used by NX Post.
Prerequisites
Required: TR11021
Recommended: -

NX CAM Customization

Course Code: TR11075 Versions Supported: 8.5 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Product and Manufacturing The NX CAM Customization course is directed at the more experienced and advanced NC/CNC user that is interested in becoming more produc-
tive through the use of advanced customization techniques. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to add new cutting tools, cutting tool materials, part materials, and new machining methods along with associated feeds and speeds to the manufacturing libraries. You will learn how to create template files and to configure NX to output shop documentation for your lists of operations or cutting tools. You will be introduced to using Wizards and templates, and to the automated Feature Based Machining module, which will significantly decrease the time that you spend creating tool paths for features like holes, planar milling, lathe grooving and WEDM tool paths.. Finally, you will use the Machine tool builder to construct a kinematic model of a machine tool and use it to verify operations and setups.
Prerequisites
Required: TR11021

Recommended: -

Fixed-axis and Multi-axis Milling

Course Code: TR11080 Versions Supported: 8.5, 9, 10 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 4 Days
The Fixed-axis and Multi-axis Milling course is designed for NC/CNC programmers who machine simple or complex parts with fixed and variable tool capabilities. Students will
learn how to create fixed and variable axis tool paths. You will also be introduced to NX workflows for machining contoured parts, high-speed machining methods, milling holes and threads, milling turbine blade type parts, and on machine probing.
Prerequisites
Required: TR11021
Recommended: -


PDM Classes

Introduction to Teamcenter

Course Code: TR25100 Versions Supported: 10.1, 11.2 User Level: Beginner Duration: 1 Day
The Introduction to Teamcenter course introduces the concept of product lifecycle management. You will become familiar with the rich client user interface and learn the basics
of using Teamcenter.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Using Teamcenter

Course Code: TR25150 Versions Supported: 10.1, 11.2 User Level: Beginner Duration: 4 Days
The Using Teamcenter course introduces the concept of product lifecycle management. It provides instruction on working in the rich client interface and the basics of using a
suite of Teamcenter applications, including My Teamcenter, Structure Manager, embedded viewer, Classification, Workflow Viewer, and Change Manager.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Upgrading from Teamcenter Engineering to Teamcenter

Course Code: TR25310 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Upgrading from Teamcenter Engineering to Teamcenter addresses the upgrade process including running a type analysis, installing the license server, upgrading a corpo-
rate server, migrating custom data model definitions, upgrading a two-tier rich client, and sharing templates between sites.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25450
Recommended: TR25350

Installation

Course Code: TR25350 Versions Supported: 10.1, 11.2 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 5 Days
The Teamcenter Installation course defines the two-tier and the four-tier architectures and demonstrates how to install the components of these architectures. This includes
database server, corporate server, two-tier rich client, the Business Modeler IDE, Web application server, Server Manager, thin client, distribution server, distribution server instance, four-tier rich client, the embedded viewer, NX Integration, FSC cache server, Dispatcher, Store and Forward, and creation of an additional site.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25450
Recommended: TR25350

Data Model Administration

Course Code: TR25450 Versions Supported: 9.1, 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
The Teamcenter Data Model Administration course addresses configuration of the Teamcenter data model to meet your company's needs through the Business Modeler IDE. You
will learn how to configure the Business Modeler IDE to extend the data model. Data model extensions covered in this course include creating business objects, properties, options, list of values, constants and rules.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25100
Recommended: -

Application Administration

Course Code: TR25455 Versions Supported: 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
The Teamcenter Application Administration course covers Rich Client administration and associated processes. You will learn how to maintain and configure the Teamcenter Rich
Client for end users.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25100

Recommended: -

Application and Data Model Administration

Course Code: TR25460 Versions Supported: 10.1, 11.2 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 5 Days
The Teamcenter Application and Data Model Administration course addresses how to configure business data and set up secure organizational process models in a Teamcenter
nvironment. Implementation style business scenarios are taught for both data model configuration with the Business Modeler IDE (for business objects, properties, options, list of values, conditions and rules) and best practices for Teamcenter applications including organization, processes, and data security.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25150
Recommended: -

Teamcenter Advanced Workflow and Security

Course Code: TR25470 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Teamcenter Advanced Workflow and Security Administration course addresses the effective configuration and optimal adaption of workflows. Students learn how to
configure Teamcenter workflows with handlers to optimize various requirements of a company and how to define conditions in the Access Manager rule tree to restrict user data access.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25150. TR25460

Recommended: -

Customization

Course Code: TR25540 Versions Supported: 9.1, 10.1 User Level: Advanced Duration: 5 Days
The Teamcenter Customization course covers a wide swath of functionality that enables customers to customize their data model, behaviors, and look and feel of their Teamcen-
ter installation.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25150, TR25460

Recommended: -

Teamcenter Manufacturing Assembly Parts

Course Code: TR25630 Versions Supported: 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
The Teamcenter Manufacturing Assembly Process Planning course addresses a broad range of manufacturing applications utilized in process planning and data management to
reduce the time to production, reduce overhead costs associated with planning activities, and improve product quality. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more
Prerequisites
Required: TR25150
Recommended: -

Teamcenter Manufacturing Part Process Planning

Course Code: TR25640 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
The Teamcenter Manufacturing Part Process Planning course is an introduction to the application used to create a manufacturing bill of process (MBOP) for parts. It is focused
on the procedures associated with part planning and the tools used within Teamcenter to create and manage structures for product, plant, and process. Students will learn methods for creating process structures, selecting appropriate business object types for operations, sequencing process/operation/activities, managing and assigning resources (tools, fixtures, consumables), and creating associative relationships between physical and process structures. Teamcenter Part Planner is the primary application used in the course. Students learn to define a process plan for part manufacturing operations. This includes the definition and management of product, process and plant structures and their relationships to each other, and to modify multiple manufacturing related structure data. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more details.)
• Teamcenter Manufacturing Concepts
• Using the Part Planner Prospective
• Using the Dynamic Framework Views
• Creating manufacturing structures
• Using existing structures as templates
• Creating process structures, operations, and operation activities
• Sequencing process structures using Pert Diagrams
• Associating structures and associating resources to work areas, process, and operations
• Load and modify multiple structures
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: TR25100

Schedule Manager

Course Code: TR25700 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Teamcenter Schedule Manager course provides instruction on how to use the Schedule Manager application to manage schedules and integrate with other Teamcenter
applications including Workflow. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more details.)
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: TR25100

Managing Requirements using Teamcenter

Course Code: TR25770 Versions Supported: 9.1, 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Managing Requirements using Teamcenter course describes the concepts associated with requirements management. The course includes instruction on: creating specifica-
tions, requirements, and derived requirements; allocating requirements and system components using trace links; and validating traceability using various reports and tools.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25100

Recommended: TR25150

Managing Systems Design using Teamcenter

Course Code: TR25780 Versions Supported: 9.1, 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Managing Systems Design using Teamcenter course describes the systems engineering process and the software tools available in Teamcenter Systems Engineering to
implement phases in the process. The course includes instruction on using Teamcenter Systems Engineering for creating and modifying functional and logical architectures and creating traceable links between requirements and related architectures and components of the systems design.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25770

Recommended: TR25100

Integration for NX Users (Versions 8, 8.5, 9, and 10 Supported)

Course Code: TR25910 Versions Supported: 9.1, 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
The Teamcenter Integration for NX Users course addresses using the integration of NX CAD software and Teamcenter product data management to create and manage NX parts
and other engineering data. Hands-on activities demonstrate various methods of creating, revising, finding, viewing and managing product data. This course is NX CAD Data Management training. You work with simplified geometric items in order to focus on the aspect of managing the development and life cycle of those items. Effective use of the NX Teamcenter Navigator resource bar and other Teamcenter interfaces is emphasized.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25150
Recommended: TR25100

Managing Pro/ENGINEER Data in Teamcenter

Course Code: TR25930 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
In the Managing Pro/ENGINEER data in Teamcenter course you learn how to use the integration of Pro/ENGINEER CAD software and Teamcenter to create and manage
Pro/ENGINEER parts and other engineering data. Hands-on activities demonstrate the concepts and procedures taught in this class. Notes:
• This is not a replacement course for Pro/ENGINEER software training
• This course can only be taught onsite at a customer's facility and will require Pro/ENGINEER software. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more details.)
Prerequisites
Required: TR25100
Recommended: -

Integration for Catia V5 Users

Course Code: TR25940 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
The Teamcenter Integration for Catia V5 Users course addresses using the integration of CATIA V5 and Teamcenter. The course emphasizes how various types of data are ma
aged in Teamcenter. Hands-on activities demonstrate the concepts and procedures taught in this class. Notes:
• This is not a replacement course for CATIA software training
• This course can only be taught onsite at a customer's facility and will require CATIA software. (This course requires additional prep work. Please contact us for more details.)
Prerequisites
Required: TR25100
Recommended: -

Using Simulation Process Management

Course Code: TR26150 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Using Simulation Process Management course expands the concept of collaborative product data management (cPDM), into a collaborative environment to share CAE
product data. You will become familiar with CAE Manager, CAE Structure Designer, Simulation data types and data model, CAE-related processes, and CAE related automation.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25150

Recommended: -

Teamcenter As-Built Manager

Course Code: TR28150 Versions Supported: 9.1, 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 2 Days
The Teamcenter As-Built Manager course covers the creation and management of an as-built physical structure. The course will includes the fundamentals of Teamcenter MRO to
ensure that customers can successfully use and administer the system.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25100
Recommended: -

Teamcenter Service Manager

Course Code: TR28200 Versions Supported: 9.1, 10.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 Days
The Teamcenter Service Manager course covers: the creation and management of an as-maintained physical structure, interoperability between as-maintained and as-built
structures, creation and management of service events related to the as-maintained structure. The course will includes the fundamentals of Teamcenter MRO to ensure that customers can successfully use and administer the system.
Prerequisites
Required: TR25100

Recommended: -

Teamcenter Visualization Professional

Course Code: TR25001 Versions Supported: 10.1, 11.1 User Level: Beginner Duration: 2 Days
Teamcenter Visualization Professional enables users to easily interact with digital product data and to view the latest 3D models and 2D images in a single visual environment.
The high-performance rendering architecture of Teamcenter Visualization allows users to view and interact with single components or large digital assemblies. Students will learn how to view and navigate through both CAD model assembly data and geometry, and how to manipulate both. The course is structured so that simple data is brought in and used during hands-on exploration of the software's many powerful features. All class exercises incorporate several skills and tools to encourage the development of inte- grated learning and application of the software.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Teamcenter Visualization Mockup

Course Code: TR5002 Versions Supported: 10.1, 11.1 User Level: Beginner Duration: 3 Days
Teamcenter Visualization Mockup enables users to easily interact with digital product data and to view the latest 3D models and 2D images in a single visual environment.
Mockup is a powerful, real-time digital prototyping solution that includes interactive 3D viewing and robust advanced analysis of large product assemblies. The highperfor- mance rendering architecture of Teamcenter Visualization allows users to view and interact with single components or large digital assemblies. Students will learn how to view and navigate through both CAD model assembly data and geometry, and how to manipulate and analyze both. Student will learn how to share their analysis throughout the enterprise. The course is structured so that simple data are brought in and used during hands-on exploration of the software's many powerful features. All class exercises incor- porate several skills and tools to encourage the development of integrated learning and application of the software. The first two days of this course are identical to the new Teamcenter Visualization Professional course. This Mockup course adds a third day of Mockup-only advanced features and advanced exercises.
Prerequisites
Required: -
Recommended: -

Teamcenter Visualization Animation

Course Code: TR5003 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
Teamcenter Visualization Animation expands Professional and Mockup by adding 3D animation authoring. Students learn to create, edit, and review animations. Animations
allow you to communicate design concepts and to show assembly sequences and processes better than with static images alone.
Prerequisites
Required: TR5001
Recommended: -

Teamcenter Visualization Illustration

Course Code: TR5004 Versions Supported: 9.1 User Level: Intermediate Duration: 1 Day
Teamcenter Visualization Illustration enables the student to author, distribute and visualize the most current product and process data in a controlled, multi-media environment
by leveraging enterprise visualization software, repurposing existing product and process data, integrating 2D and 3D environments, automating the maintenance of data and allowing exportation of information as HTML pages.
Prerequisites
Required: TR5001
Recommended: -