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EMA offers Virtual Classroom Training.

ROCHESTER, NY -- EMA Design Automation (ema-eda.com) now offers Virtual Classroom Training for Cadence OrCAD, PSpice PCB design tools, and Autodesk mechanical CAD tools.

The live, instructor-led training events are held online, with students receiving hard copy training material. Participants work on training exercises by accessing virtual machines with software and lab files already loaded.

Courses are structured into four- to five-hour blocks over a period of days. Students may log in between live training sessions to work on exercises.

Initial classes cover OrCAD Capture, component data management with OrCAD Capture CIS and CIP, simulating with PSpice, and PCB layout with OrCAD PCB Editor. Classes for AutoCAD fundamentals and solid modeling with Autodesk Inventor will be available soon. For more information, visit ema-eda.com/training. --CD
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Title Annotation:AROUND THE WORLD
Author:Buetow, Mike
Publication:Printed Circuit Design & Fab
Date:Dec 1, 2010
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