Waterford Township-based Aurora CAD Training and Development Corp. announced that it has signed an agreement with SAE International to host the learning assessments for Aurora’s CAD NX5 and NX7 training bundle through the online SAE Learning Center.

“Our material has undergone a technical review sponsored by SAE International,” said Douglas Hall, Aurora president and CEO. “The review has led to a unique agreement in which SAE International will deliver an online assessment to students, included as an added value to our CAD Training bundle. Successful completion of the assessment grants the student a joint ACADTD/SAE International Certificate of Completion.

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Added Kevin Perry, manager of professional development at SAE: “Providing the mechanism to assess mastery of learning for online training represents an exciting new service for SAE International Professional Development and one we trust our members and customers will find highly valuable.”

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Aurora CAD Training and Development’s training bundle consists of both printed and online components. ACADTD had currently brought to market more than 43 published books and dozens of online courses. The online courses consist of thousands of slides, online books, quizzes and exercise components. All online training support material resides in Aurora’s training, testing and tracking online Learning Management System.

Aurora CAD Training and Development Corp. is a privately-held training company that focuses on making complex software applications simple to use and applicable to any industry. These technologies are changing the way industries do business by saving time, cost, and enabling companies to rapidly obtain the critical knowledge and skill sets require. Aurora’s business model is print-on-demand & online-delivery vs. print-and-warehouse. This drastically reduces overhead, storage and operating expenses. 

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