6 reasons to choose Pinnacle Series as your AEC e-Learning platform
Providing learning opportunities for your employees is crucial to both business and professional growth.
At Symetri we understand that there isn’t just one method of learning, and it’s not a one-time thing. Software and technology evolve, individuals start with the essentials and work towards more advanced skills, and when you haven’t used certain skills in a while you may need a refresh.
Learning is continuous.
Instructor based training is an excellent way to gain a strong knowledge base, and you can ask any question to an expert. However, this must be complimented with e-Learning that can be dipped in and out of to brush up these skills.
We support the e-Learning platform Pinnacle Series because it has been specifically designed for the Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry. This blog focuses on 6 reasons we believe Pinnacle Series should be consider as part of your skills development plan.
Large content library developed by industry experts
Most Learning Management Systems come with no pre-loaded content or contains overly broad corporate content that isn’t specific to the AEC industry. It is different with Pinnacle Series. Its library contains thousands of pre-loaded high-quality training assets covering dozens of AEC software products, such as Autodesk, Rhino, Grasshopper, Ideate and much more. The unique Workflows that document best practices for specific processes within software products, making finding answers more efficient.
On-demand learning to increase productivity
Personalised employee training
(*KnowledgeSmart is integrated into Pinnacle Series for an extra fee)
Internal development team for new features
Support from a dedicated customer success manager
Get in touch with us to discuss your skills development needs, and to experience a demo.
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