SketchUp Training for Energy Professionals – online – open enrollment

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SketchUp Training for Energy Professionals – online – open enrollment

Time: September 3, 2012 all day
Location: EnergyLogic Academy
Website or Map: http://energylogicacademy.com…
Event Type: online, training, -, self, paced
Organized By: EnergyLogic, Inc
Latest Activity: Jun 20, 2012

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 EnergyLogic uses a convenient tool, Google SketchUp, a free tool that takes the headache out of takeoffs.

SketchUp is easy to learn and fun to use. We’ve reduced our takeoff time dramatically meanwhile, increasing our accuracy.

What’s not to like? It’s too easy to make mistakes on paper. Nothing reduces your credibility faster than mistakes in your calculations.

EnergyLogic Academy now offers a self-paced eLogic training course designed to get you up to speed on the power and convenience of SketchUp. This online training takes you step by step through creating a model and making accurate takeoff calculations, every time.

The price for this training is $250.00

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