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Mid-West CAD Instructors Earn Southern Regional Instructor Award from Autodesk; Mid-West CAD Training Experts Bob Ford and Deanna Kimbrell Selected From 800 Instructors in North America and Ranked in Southern Region's Top Three.

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. -- Mid-West CAD Inc., an Autodesk Premier Solutions Provider serving Missouri and Kansas, today announced that two of the company's training experts, Bob Ford and Deanna Kimbrell, were honored with the Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) Southern Regional Instructor Award. Awards are given to the top three trainers in each region, based on a teacher grading system and hundreds of student evaluations. Ford and Kimbrell received grades that were among the highest given in the ATC channel's Southern Region.

"We're thrilled to have such high caliber instructors on our staff and proud to offer the area's most knowledgeable trainers," said Roger Roberts, President of Mid-West CAD, Inc. "Bob and Deanna are highly skilled and are absolutely among the best. At Mid-West CAD we continue to do what it takes to maintain our position as the training resource of choice for engineering professionals in Kansas and Missouri."

Ford, who specializes in Civil and AEC software training and support, brings over 30 years of industry experience, bachelor's and master's degrees, and many industry certifications to his technical support and training role at Mid-West CAD. Kimbrell specializes in the architectural industry and related Autodesk software. Kimbrell's former CAD manager duties and a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering along with 17 years of industry experience have built a great foundation for the success she's achieved in her Mid-West CAD technical support and training role.

Mid-West CAD is an Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC), offering beginners to experts the ability to learn about the latest productivity features, best practices, and skill development techniques necessary to make the most of their Autodesk software. Mid-West CAD offers customers in Kansas and Missouri many different learning opportunities, including productivity workshops, public training classes, custom training and mobile training that occurs onsite at a company.

For more information on upcoming classes, see: http://www.mwcad.com/ers/ersviewevents.asp

About Mid-West CAD

Established in 1985, Mid-West CAD is an experienced integrator of CAD engineering services for Kansas and Missouri design professionals. As an Autodesk(R) Premier Solutions Provider--Autodesk's highest level of authorization--Mid-West CAD provides a wide variety of productivity-boosting products and services, including consulting, software and hardware installation, training and technical support. Mid-West CAD, an Autodesk(R) Authorized Training Center, provides customized and classroom training taught by Autodesk Certified Experts. For more information on Mid-West CAD, visit www.mwcad.com or call 800-279-3221.

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