If you are currently unemployed or are collecting un-employment benefits, and reside in the State of New Jersey, you may be qualified for state funding for training. For eligible New Jersey residents, Robotech offers a comprehensive CAD & BIM Career Development Training Program sponsored by New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development, and approved by the Department of Education, for unemployed architects, engineers, contractors (AEC), interior designers, space planners, draftspersons and facility management (FM) professionals. Interested candidates should contact Robotech’s training coordinator who will guide them through the qualification process at the NJ One-Stop Career Centers. Time invested to qualify will surely prove to be well worth the reward.
CAD & BIM Career Development Training - 10 weeks, 200 hours
The program is designed for AEC and FM professionals interested in CAD & BIM and want to increase their design and drafting skills. The goal of this program is to help displaced workers re-enter the workforce. The courses offer hands-on AutoCAD and Revit Architecture training, the main Autodesk applications for building design and drafting. Students will gain experience with the applications and the way they are used in the AEC and FM industries. The Career Development Training Program includes 200 hours of combined CAD and BIM class training, taught during a 10 week period. All classes include hands-on frontal training as well as supervised lab work with real-life examples. Upon completion of the 10-week program students complete certification tests which add credentials to their resume. Test results are also sent to the Department of Labor & Workforce Development as a measure of success. At the last stage of training, Robotech staff helps graduates to refine their resume and conduct their job search.
- Robotech is an authorized Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC).
- Robotech is an approved Training Provider by the Department of Labor & Workforce Development.
Career Development Training Program during COVID