Training

2018 Training: Master the Skills

Invest in training to fully immerse yourself in a PTC software, maximize your technology ROI and help keep your expertise updated to meet current needs.

Note: Training is an additional fee. You must register or already be registered for LiveWorx to attend the training sessions below.

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Key Masterclass DeluX

Full Day

CAD

Using Advanced Assembly Techniques with Creo Parametric

Masterclass
  • Date Offered: Wednesday, June 20th through Thursday, June 21st (2-day course)
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM each day
  • Level: Advanced/Expert
  • Product Family: CREO
  • Topics: Product Design (Modeling, MBD, Collaboration, Tips & Tricks)

Advance your assembly techniques by learning how to restructure assemblies and replace components in an assembly. This course covers advanced assembly constraints, as well as how to use component interfaces and flexible components. You will learn how to use assembly features and shrinkwrap, as well as understand the basics of simplified reps. Finally, you will learn to create cross-sections, display states, layer states, and combined views. This course is intended for Creo Parametric Users and Administrators with a strong working knowledge of Creo Modeling.

Introduction to Model Based Definition (MBD) with Creo Parametric

Masterclass
  • Date Offered: Thursday, June 21st
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Advanced/Expert
  • Product Family: CREO
  • Topics: Product Design (Modeling, MBD, Collaboration, Tips & Tricks)

In this course, you will use the MBD process within Creo Parametric to create an MBD model using a start part. You will learn how to create 3-D annotations and utilize them in combined states. You will create and modify various annotations, including dimensions, ordinate dimensions, datum reference features, geometric tolerances, surface finishes, symbols, notes, and datum targets. Learn how to create a technical data package and the deliverables it should contain. This course is intended for Creo Parametric Users and Administrators with a strong working knowledge of Creo Modeling.

Update to Creo Parametric 5.0 from Creo Parametric 4.0

  • Dates Offered: Wednesday, June 20th
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: CREO
  • Topics: Product Design (Modeling, MBD, Collaboration, Tips & Tricks)

In this course, you will learn how to use the new functionality enhancements in Creo Parametric 5.0, which will enable you to increase your productivity and improve your engineering designs. The course will contain information on how to best implement the new features and provide an opportunity to practice and become proficient in their application. This course is intended for Creo Parametric Users and Administrators with an understanding of Creo Parametric 4.0 capabilities and functions.

PLM

Mastering CAD Driven Product Structure Management with PTC Windchill PDMLink 11.1

Masterclass
  • Dates Offered: Thursday, June 21st
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Advanced/Expert
  • Product Family: Windchill
  • Topics: Data Management

Learn how to create and manage a CAD-driven product structure. Study how to use a combined Enterprise top-down and bottom-up approach when working with product structures. Additionally, you will be exposed to Windchill tools and processes all while acquiring best practices for advanced component creation and management techniques in the product development process. This course is intended for Windchill PDMLink Users who have a strong working knowledge of Windchill CAD Data Management.

Windchill 11.1 Business Administration Essentials

  • Dates Offered: Wednesday, June 20th through Thursday, June 21st (2-day course)
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM each day
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: Windchill
  • Topics: Data Management

In this course, you will gain an understanding of basic Windchill business administration tasks. You will learn how to manage users, groups and organizations, how to effectively plan and create information management storage strategies and how to configure and apply domain policies. These skills enable you to configure Windchill PDMLink to meet your company's business needs. After completing this course, you will be well prepared to set up and manage a basic Windchill implementation. This course is intended for students seeking to become Windchill PDMLink Administrators and requires a basic understanding of Windchill PDMLink functionality.

Windchill 11.1 Process Administration

  • Dates Offered: Wednesday, June 20th through Thursday, June 21st (2-day course)
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM each day
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: Windchill
  • Topics: Data Management

Windchill PDMLink helps you manage complex, cross-functional processes to consistently and efficiently develop the best possible products. In this course, you will gain an understanding of how to effectively plan and create life cycles, workflows and teams to build and manage your business processes in Windchill. This course is intended for Windchill Administrators seeking to start or improve their ability to manage business processes in the Windchill system. A basic understanding of Windchill functionality and core business administration skills is required.

Update to Windchill 11.1 for Administrators and End Users

  • Dates Offered: Wednesday, June 20th
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: Windchill
  • Topics: Data Management

In this course, you will learn to identify the new Windchill features available in Windchill 11.1. This includes improvements in managing product families, working on large product structures, and better documentation of your engineering changes. You will also be exposed to the benefits of Augmented Reality (AR) in a multi-CAD environment and how to deploy Model Based Design from design to production. This course enables you to update your Windchill knowledge and skills to effectively leverage the features of Windchill 11.1. This course is intended for Windchill PDMLink Users and Administrators with an understanding of Windchill PDMLink 11.0 capabilities and functions.

Internet of Things (IoT)

ThingWorx Fundamentals

  • Dates Offered: Wednesday, June 20th OR Thursday, June 21st (1 day course)
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Smart Connected Products

This introductory course will teach you how to model, connect, analyze, and build Internet of Things applications using ThingWorx. The course introduces you to the ThingWorx Development Process as a framework for planning and designing an IoT solution, which you then apply to a business case in the training exercises. By the end of the course you will have a solid grasp of how to create an IoT application and an introductory skill set in IoT development with ThingWorx. This course is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or coding experience required.

ThingWorx Studio Fundamentals

  • Dates Offered: Wednesday, June 20th
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality

Apply the ThingWorx Studio Development Process (TSDP) to build an Augmented Reality (AR) experience using the ThingWorx Studio Suite of tools and applications. Learn best practices while gaining exposure to different development techniques. This course is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or coding experience required

ThingWorx Platform Administration

  • Dates Offered: Wednesday, June 20th
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: IT Infrastructure

Discover the deployment and database options that may be appropriate for your use case while learning how to install, monitor and administer the ThingWorx system. You will also learn the platform hardware and architecture required for an effective ThingWorx implementation. This course is intended for IT Administrators and requires the completion of ThingWorx Fundamentals or a fundamental knowledge of ThingWorx composer and IoT solution architecture.

IoT Modeling with ThingWorx

  • Dates Offered: Thursday, June 21st
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Smart Connected Products

This course requires the completion of ThingWorx Fundamentals or a fundamental knowledge of ThingWorx composer and IoT solution architecture. This course focuses on architecture and tools used to model an IoT solution in ThingWorx. The course introduces you to the Modeling Framework, which provides guidance for planning and designing an IoT model that is effective and scalable. Using a business case, you apply the Modeling Framework to design and build the model for a sample IoT solution.

IoT Connectivity with ThingWorx

  • Dates Offered: Thursday, June 21st
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Connectivity and Device Management

This course requires the completion of ThingWorx Fundamentals or a fundamental knowledge of ThingWorx composer and IoT solution architecture. This course is designed for embedded and edge developers or technologists who want to learn how to connect their devices and systems to ThingWorx. Using fundamental connectivity strategies for designing IoT solutions, you will learn how to set up connectivity agents using various software development tools while getting hands-on experience connecting your data sets to the ThingWorx platform.

Leveraging the ThingWorx Navigate Framework and ThingWorx Integration Technologies to Create Modular Custom Apps

  • Dates Offered: Thursday, June 21st
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Level: Advanced/Expert
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Smart Connected Products

Unleash the value of IoT by developing and extending modular role-based apps and integrations in ThingWorx Navigate. You will gain deep insight into various concepts such as Resource Modeling, Capabilities, Connectors, Resource Providers and Micro services while working through the process of configuring existing Resource Providers and Connectors and developing your own. This advanced course requires completion of Introduction to ThingWorx or a good knowledge of ThingWorx modeling.

2 Hour

CAD

Visualizing and Sharing Models in Context with Creo Parametric Augmented Reality

DeluX
  • Dates Offered: Tuesday, June 19th
  • Time: 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Level: Applicable to all
  • Product Family: CREO
  • Topics: Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality

Visualize your engineering models in the environment that they will be used or in context of similar physical products with Creo Parametric Augmented Reality. In this seminar, you will learn how to add a spatial target to a model or assembly and position it appropriately. Once you have published your model, you will be able to view your experience using the self-contained functions of the ThingWorx View app. This seminar is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or Creo modeling experience required.

PLM

Exploring Windchill 11.1 Enhancements

DeluX
  • Dates Offered: Tuesday, June 19th
  • Time: 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: Windchill
  • Topics: Data Management

Learn and explore new features and enhancements in Windchill 11.1 that enable you to better manage large assemblies and support the development of smart, connected products. This seminar will highlight how these enhancements further strengthen product lifecycle management and accelerate your time-to-market. This seminar is intended for Engineering and Manufacturing Program Managers and Data Management Administrators. Knowledge of Windchill PDMLink base functionality is beneficial, but not required.

Internet of Things (IoT)

Connectivity Fundamentals

DeluX
  • Dates Offered: Tuesday, June 19th
  • Time: 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Connectivity and Device Management

Determine the best connectivity technology for your own use case by examining the advantages and disadvantages of various methods of connecting remote devices to the ThingWorx platform. Explore the REST API to learn how REST API based devices communicate with the ThingWorx platform. This seminar is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or coding experience required.

Improving Access to Your Product Information using ThingWorx Navigate

DeluX
  • Dates Offered: Tuesday, June 19th
  • Time: 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Data Management

Learn how ThingWorx Navigate apps enable users to quickly and easily access specific Windchill information. You will discover how ThingWorx Navigate apps simplify and improve access to Windchill data, such as design files, drawings, parts, bill of materials, and documents.  Additionally, you will learn how to configure miscellaneous preferences in ThingWorx Navigate apps to display various search filters in the user interface. This seminar is intended for Engineering and Manufacturing Program Managers and Data Management Administrators. Knowledge of Windchill PDMLink base functionality is beneficial, but not required.

Unlocking the Power of Big Data

DeluX
  • Dates Offered: Tuesday, June 19th
  • Time: 10:15 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Analytics and Big Data

Leverage the process results of Machine Learning to meet the challenges of big data and begin reaping its significant benefits. This seminar is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or coding experience required.

Half Day

CAD

PLM

Internet of Things (IoT)

ThingWorx Crash Course

  • Dates Offered: Sunday, June 17th
  • Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Smart Connected Products

Learn how to quickly develop an IoT solution using a simple IoT development framework. Starting with identifying use case experiences, you will model your solution in the ThingWorx platform using basic property and service logic before connecting the platform to a data log that is expressed on a mashup.  We will also share some fundamental strategies for IOT business and demonstrate how ThingWorx fits in the IoT ecosystem. This course is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or coding experience required.

Rapid AR Development

  • Dates Offered: Sunday, June 17th
  • Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality

Learn how to quickly build AR experiences for industry use cases using a simple framework designed to leverage existing CAD data and apply it to key operational areas such as sales and marketing, heavy equipment operation, and managing product design collaboration. Projects center on AR for mobile. By the end of the workshop you will have several references you can bring to your work and share with your colleagues. This course is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or coding experience required.

Introduction to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Kepware

  • Dates Offered: Sunday, June 17th
  • Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Level: Applicable to All
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Industrial Internet of Things

The course will open with an Introduction to Kepware and an overview of the ISA-95 Standard. The course will review Controllers and Communication, Visual Management, Asset Management, and Key Performance Indicators. The course will conclude with a discussion about how Kepware can be leveraged and the future of Industrial Control Systems (ICS) in the Industrial Internet of Things. This course is intended for all learners with no prerequisites or coding experience required.

IoT Workshop

  • Dates Offered: Thursday, June 21st
  • Time: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM (first offering) OR 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (second offering)
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Product Family: ThingWorx
  • Topics: Smart Connected Products

This course requires the completion of ThingWorx Fundamentals or a fundamental knowledge of ThingWorx composer and IoT solution architecture. The physical and digital worlds are converging. Attend this workshop to get firsthand experience on building an IoT application from scratch. This workshop will help you strengthen the knowledge and skills you obtained from the ThingWorx Fundamentals course, with a subject matter expert guiding you through the IoT application development connect, model and build processes. You will get hands-on experience with Raspberry Pi, Sensors and the ThingWorx platform to build your first IoT application, along with working knowledge on building an AR experience with ThingWorx Studio.