Industry Training Configurator

Recommended training to obtain the required SOLIDWORKS software skills for your chosen industry

Select your industry below or from the list on the right to view a learning path. Learning paths are broken down into four phases - core training, advanced training, expert training, and continued learning with Javelin Online Live Training (JOLT).
Industry Learning Path Description Total Duration
Aerospace Learn the basics of creating parts, assemblies and drawings with SOLIDWORKS and then progress to sheet metal and weldments. Finish your training with learning how to analyze flow and motion of your design. 8 Courses 17.5 Days
Architectural Learn the basics of creating parts, assemblies and drawings with SOLIDWORKS and then progress to electrical and pipe routing using the SOLIDWORKS Routing Add-in. 5 Courses 12 Days
Automotive Learn the basics of creating parts, assemblies and drawings with SOLIDWORKS and then progress to simulation, followed with electrical routing and motion. 6 Courses 15 Days
Consumer Products & Industrial Design Learn the basics of creating parts, assemblies and drawings with SOLIDWORKS and then progress to surface modeling for complex shapes, analysis and simulation, followed by illustration and animation. 7 Courses 18 Days
Education/Teaching Learn how to create parts, assemblies, and drawings, followed by surfacing and essential analysis skills with SOLIDWORKS Simulation. 6 Courses 15 Days
Electrical Design & Electronics Learn how to create parts, assemblies, and drawings, followed by surfacing and essential analysis skills with SOLIDWORKS Simulation. You will then learn electrical design and complete the training with documentation creation. 8 Courses 23 Days
Environmental Learn how to create parts, assemblies, and drawings, followed by essential analysis skills with SOLIDWORKS Simulation. You will then how to create pipe and tube route and complete the training with CFD analysis with SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation. 6 Courses 15 Days
Machine Design Learn the essential part, assembly, and drawing skills, along with the fundamentals of GD&T. Move onto sheet metal and weldments design with essential simulation skills. Compete the training with routing pipe and electrical, then product documentation creation and animation. 11 Courses 24.5 Days
Marine Learn how to create essential part, assembly and drawing documents. Followed by surfacing for creating complex shapes and complete the training with weldments. 5 Courses 9 Days
Medical Learn how to create essential part, assembly and drawing documents. Followed by surfacing for creating complex shapes and complete the training with electrical design and product documentation creation. 9 Courses 21 Days
Mining Learn how to create essential part, assembly and drawing documents. Followed by sheet metal design and essential analysis/simulation. Complete the training with routing, and electrical design. 11 Courses 23.5 Days
Mold Design Learn the essential part, assembly, and drawing techniques. Followed by GD&T fundamentals, simulation, surfacing, and complete the training with a specialist mold design course. 7 Courses 17 Days
Plant/Factory Design Learn the essential part, assembly, and drawing techniques. Followed by advanced assemblies, weldments design, and routing courses for electrical, piping and tubing. 5 Courses 11 Days
Power Generation Learn the essential part, assembly, and drawing techniques. Followed by advanced assemblies, simulation essentials, and electrical routing and design. 7 Courses 16 Days
Sheet Metal Fabrication Learn the essential part, assembly, and drawing techniques. Followed by an extensive drawing and annotation course. Finish the training with specialized sheet metal and weldments. 4 Courses 8.5 Days
Solar or Alternative Energy Learn the essential part, assembly, and drawing techniques. Followed by simulation, weldments design, and extensive electrical design and routing training. 10 Courses 21 Days
Tool & Die Design Learn the essential part, assembly, and drawing techniques. Followed by simulation, surfacing, and a specialist mold design course to complete the training. 7 Courses 17 Days

 

 

 

SOLIDWORKS Certification Training Plan

Listed below is our recommended training plan to obtain SOLIDWORKS certification, this will allow you to better understand what knowledge is required to pass a Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional (CSWP) exam and the different methods of attaining the required skills.

 

Step
Course/Requirement Method Time Required
1
SOLIDWORKS Essentials Course Instructor Led Training 4 days
2
SOLIDWORKS Drawings Course Instructor Led Training 2 days
3
SOLIDWORKS Advanced Part Modeling Course Instructor Led Training 2 days
4
SOLIDWORKS Assembly Modeling Course Instructor Led Training 2 days
5
SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Course* Instructor Led Training 1.5 days
6
Experience with SOLIDWORKS Carrying out your job with SOLIDWORKS 4-6 months
7
Obtain Certification Sit the exam** 1 day

* Optional course for the CSWP exam
** Note if you do not pass the exam first time you may retake the CSWP examination up to 4 times annually.