Tuesday, September 29, 2009

AU Alumni—Register by October 9 and Save $500

As an AU alumnus, you already know the value and the unique experience that AU delivers to Autodesk users—from in-depth training to career-accelerating networking opportunities to industry insights.

Sessions are quickly filling up, and after Friday, October 9, AU registration rates will increase by $500. Now is the time to register for the classes you want and the savings you need.

Register Now!

AU 2009 – 7 Reasons You Don't Want To Miss It

Product Certification

Take advantage of Autodesk Certification Exams on-site for free—go back to work with a valuable credential that affirms your skills and elevates your professional standing.

Free Passes to AU Virtual

Receive four (4) complimentary passes to AU Virtual, a new, web-based learning event, to share with colleagues back in the office—a $400 value.

Education Credits

Earn continuing education credits (CEUs) through the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and other professional organizations.

Networking

Connect with industry professionals from throughout the world, and benefit from their ideas and advice on how to successfully manage today's challenging economic environment and prepare for tomorrow's opportunities.

Classes and Labs

Choose from more than 640 sessions, including labs that provide valuable hands-on instruction for users of AutoCAD®, Autodesk® Inventor®, Autodesk Revit®-based products, AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, Autodesk® 3ds Max® software, and more.

Immersive Learning with AU PowerTracks

Experience tightly focused, in-depth training through classes that build upon each other, providing advanced learning that surpasses what can be gained from taking individual classes.

Design Leadership Program

Join LEED® accredited professionals from the award-winning, design engineering firm Glumac as they share insights on their company's innovative projects, delivery methods, and best practices.

Now, more than ever, you can't afford to miss Autodesk University. Register today!

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