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WDCE Receives Awards for Autodesk Authorized Training Center


The Autodesk Authorized Training Center offered by Workforce Development& Continuing Education at Penn College has been honored with several awards for 2003.

There are 127 Autodesk Authorized Training Centers throughout the United States, and student evaluations from every class in every ATC are summarized and evaluated by Autodesk in determining the award recipients.

The awards received by WDCE/Penn College are:

“Instructional Quality” ATC Partner, awarded to the top 10 Autodesk Authorized Training Centers that have achieved the best ratings for instructional quality as determined by student evaluations. Only ATCs that have met a minimum enrollment of 60 students for the year are eligible for the award.“Instructional Quality” Instructors, awarded to the top 10 instructors who have achieved the best ratings for instructional quality as determined by student evaluations. Only ATCs that have met a minimum enrollment of 60 students for the year are eligible for the award. The award was given to Richard C. Mason II, CAD technology specialist at WDCE.

In addition, Autodesk recognized Penn College/WDCE for 10 years as an official Autodesk partner.

“These are significant awards and ones that help keep Penn College recognized as a leader, not only in the region and the state, but also in the U.S.,” said Larry L. Michael, associate dean, Workforce Development& Continuing Education.

As Pennsylvania’s top-ranked Autodesk Training Center, WDCE provides noncredit AutoCAD and AutoCAD-related product training to industry professionals and educators across the state.

For more information, visit the Autodesk Authorized Training Center page on the WDCE Web site .

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