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Penn College Participates in Autodesk Certification Days

Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Pennsylvania College of Technology, an Autodesk Authorized Training Center and Authorized Certification Center, is participating in this year’s Certification Days.

Autodesk is providing the opportunity to become certified for $25 (two exams of your choice, associate and/or professional) a cost savings of $175.

Attaining an Authorized Certified credential signifies joining an elite group of experienced design professionals who know how to optimize Autodesk software. Autodesk Certification is available on various Autodesk products used in the architecture, engineering and digital-arts fields.

Dates for the 2012 Certification Days are Feb. 10, April 13, June 15, Aug. 10 and Oct. 12. The exams will be administered in the Center for Business & Workforce Development on Penn College’s main campus. Preregistration is not necessary; walk-ins are welcome. The exams will be held all day on those dates.

The first step to becoming certified is to assess your current skill set. Live Certification Prep courses enabling participants to assess if they are ready for the Certification exam will be offered the week before the Certification Days. The first set of Prep courses will be held Feb. 2 and Feb. 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost, which includes a practice exam, is $149. Registration is required for the Prep course.

For more information, or to register for the Prep course, call 570-327-4775 or visit online .

Register for the certification exams by visiting on the Web .

For more information on credit offerings at Penn College, visit online or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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