Learning the Green Design by SolidWorks Certification !!

The ideas of sustainability and sustainable design are a growing part of today’s product design conversations. Sustainable design, like quality, time to market, and cost, will soon dictate how engineers approach almost every product they develop. Choosing products based on their carbon footprint will be equally as important as design validation. To stay ahead of the curve, you and your company need to understand sustainable design and how to implement it now.

Conduct screening-level life cycle assessment (LCA) on parts or assemblies directly within the design window. Search for comparable materials and see in real-time how they affect environmental impact. Create detailed reports that explain a design’s sustainability.

These are just some of the functional benefits that SolidWorks Sustainability brings to sustainable design. You will have one integrated system that lets you design for the environment while creating great products and still meeting deadlines.

And to add more, SolidWorks Certification team has recently launched a new certification exam named Certified Sustainable Design Associate  (CSDA)

As a Certified Sustainable Design Associate (CSDA), you will stand out from the crowd in today’s competitive job market by demonstrating an understanding of the principles of environmental assessment and sustainable design. Employers can be confident that an individual with this certification understands the principles of environmental assessment and sustainable design.

And if you’re a  Subscription Service Customers**, you can take this exam for free. More details here: SolidWorks Certified Sustainable Design Associate certification

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