We are Dassault Systèmes’ authorized certification center. We have two training centers: in Wrocław and in Katowice. KEY trainers possess qualifications confirmed by multiple references and certificates. Currently software manufacturer offers three types of exams:

  • CATIA Part Design
  • CATIA Assembly Design
  • CATIA Surface Design

Our training centers are equipped with complete workstations, proper hardware and licenses. Every trainee receives a certificate after successfully finishing his course.

 

KEY employees are specialized in CATIA modules training on varying level of advancement.

Our strengths:

  • Our biggest strength is the fact that we use CATIA software in a practical and continuous manner on a daily basis. This allows us to pass down valuable tips that can help training participants in their work.
  • The trainings are conducted in accordance with Dassault Systèmes training methodology. The trainings are supported with a lot of practical exercises. This way of learning provides trainees with skillset that allows them to take up their work position immediately.
  • We also offer expert consultancy – we are able to solve ongoing problems, we advise and offer support.
  • All of our trainers earned a number of certificates from CATIA’s manufacturer – Dassault Systèmes, thus guaranteeing appropriate level of skill and qualifications for conducting trainings and providing technical support services.

We offer three main levels for our trainings:

Is an introduction to working with CATIA. On this week-long course the participants are familiarized with systems infrastructure, basic issues of solid and surface modeling. In addition the basics for building assemblies are being presented, as well as creating 2D documentation – both from parts and the entire assembly. The training is dedicated for new users or those who want to solidify their knowledge. The training is based on CAT, MD1 configuration, or its equivalent.

The training is dedicated for those who are already familiar with basic level solid-surface modeling. During this course the trainers present methodology for building hybrid (solid-surface) model along with parameterization of details, element analysis and standard 2D drawing. In addition the issues of large assemblies management in CATIA are presented. The training is based on HD2 configuration.

3 days with surface modelling. This training will introduce the students to basic and advanced tools for surface design included in the Generative Shape Design environment. The tutor will also show how to properly analyse surface elements. This course is dedicated to users already familiar with CATIA system.

During this training users will be shown part and assembly parametrization methods in CATIA. Types of parameters, decision tables, Power Copy templates with practical examples will be presented in approachable way to all students.

On this course, users will get familiar with the Sheet Metal Design module. Basic sheet metal parameters, embossing, bending, patterns, expanded sheet views and automatically generated documentation – these are the main issues of the training.

This training can be divided into two sections: setting electrical properties and design of the electrical bundle itself. On this course, tutors will present following issues, like application of insulation, definition of bundles, branching points, electric connections analysis. Additionally we will show the migration of a CATIA V4 data.

Do imported part models in STEP/IGS format happen to have issues with surface continuity? Any problems with joining these surfaces? We luse valuable time trying to fix it? We introduce the Healing Assisant module training, where you will be shown all necessary tools for the diagnostics and repration of surface elements. Common mistakes, how to avoid them and practical tips for proper surface healing are the topics of this course.

It is a training on the DMU Kinematics module, where students will be introduced to the concepts of kinematic nodes, kinematic analysis, sensors, animations and creation of kinematic analysis report.

How to properly set up the lighting? What type of illumination should be used? Does the scenery matter? Which material should be used to get a glass-like visualization? What is the IOR parameter? How should soft shadows be defined? If you look for the answers – let us introduce you to the product visualization training.

If the default levels of our trainings do not meet the demands of the customer, we offer trainings tailored to the needs – the training plan is written from scratch to cover all requirements.