One day of VisualAnalysis training beyond the basics. Limited class size with personal assistance during breaks or after class. Other IES tools may also be covered, if there is interest.
Topics may include advanced members, plate meshing, nonlinear modeling, load combinations, area loading, ASCE 7 wind loading, P-Delta and AISC direct analysis, dynamic analysis, performance concerns, result validation, reporting, BIM capabilities, and more. Content will be customized for actual attendees.
Cost is $400 per person. Receive a PDH certificate of attendance. For new customers, training cost may be applied toward a new license purchase of VisualAnalysis, or 10% off a new subscription purchase.
Contact IES sales with your name, company name, email and phone number and tell us which class you might like to attend. There is no cost or obligation to preregister.
If you do not see a location that is convenient, you may bring IES to your company or city by gathering at least 7 participants.
We have recorded training videos covering in-depth topics that you can watch on your own time, picking and choosing. Most videos are very short demonstrations of specific features or concepts.
If you have questions after reading Help and watching videos, you may direct those to our technical support email. We often update the product, documentation, or training based on your questions.
Videos are hosted at our channel at YouTube.com/ieswebdotcom, which you can browse or search.
Not all products have training videos. If you would like to suggest training topics, please send an email to IES Technical Support.
Over 40 training sessions available for viewing at your convenience. Topics include modeling, loading, analysis, design, reporting, and general/advanced topics. Find these within the Help for VisualAnalysis.
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