Try PTC eLearning Free

PTC is offering 30-day free trials of the eLearning Libraries

Updated: 2013 – the free trial is no longer available

If you don’t already have a license for PTC’s eLearning library, you can try out the service for free for 30-days. We always recommend that our customers get at least one copy. It’s inexpensive, and gives you hundreds of hours of video — recorded copies of the certified courses along with course materials (and tests!)  You can watch the material as often as you want. You even get upgraded materials and courseware as long as you’re on active maintenance for the eLearning library.

And you never even need to leave your office.

The courses are broken down into 1-hour segments, so you can watch at your convenience and interleave your learning with your work.

It’s a great resource if you’re an Arbortext user or developer. Topics span the gamut: from getting started to advanced topics. It’s easy to get started, pick up a new skill, and apply it right away.

The full library has over 6000 hours of online training courses available at your fingertips.

  •  Globally available 24/7/365
  • Short, easy to absorb modules get you what you need quickly
  • Powered by PTC University Precision LMS – our robust learning management system
  • Available for your favorite PTC products, such as Creo, Creo Elements/Direct, Mathcad, Windchill & Windchill Quality Solutions, and Arbortext

If you’re interested in trying it out, pop on over to the sign-up page: (No longer available).

And when you’ve finished your lecture courses and need to talk to your TA, head on over to the Advisory Line to get your questions answered. That’s what it’s for; because, after all, you can’t ask questions of a video. If you’re already an Advisory line subscriber, you might find your answer in our membership forums and application engineer database. We’ve got lots of articles that augment the training material already there. And, if you’re not already a member, sign up!

Hear it from someone else: We’re a favorite resource!

 

Poll: Where do you get help?

How do you find what you need? Where do you go?

There are more and more community places where you can find help showing up all the time. At Single-Sourcing Solutions, we maintain a list of available community resources (and those we actively contribute to) for the Arbortext community.

There’s a lot of information out there. And a lot of very smart people are trying to figure out how to get the right information to the right person at the right time. Every day, it seems as though yet another place pops: LinkedIn discussions, Stack Overflow, Quora, every vendor has their own community.

How do you find what you need? Where do you go?