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Are you ready for certification?

Hi everybody,
from past posts you know I am a big supporter of the Autodesk Certification, at AUGI Design Academy 2008 we prorovide certification voucher for over 250 attendees (again, big thank you to Tomas Karlson Adsk EMIA for this).  At Autodesk University 2008 there was a nother oportunity to get certified and over 600 attendees took the certification exam and get certified. 

You may think now: “ Oh, what a mess that I didn’t had the chance to attend AU2008, would be great to get certified!“

Here is your chance to get certified! I’ve been given 6 vouchers for a free Autodesk certification for my Blog readers from US.
 

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This raises the question:“ What is needed to get the voucher?“ -not much just a quick quiz, send me the answers and you get the voucher (first send first served)!

Another upcoming question mind be: “ Is it Inventor certification exam only?“

-No, it is for all existing Exams like Revit Architecture, AutoCAD, Civil 3D and Autodesk Inventor.  
The voucher is is valid until May 31, 2009 at participating Autodesk Authorized Training Centers in north America.
So, send me the answers and save $125 (normally charged for taking the exam). 

Questions to answer:

Who was the speaker of the AutoCAD certification preparation class at AU2008?

Session Number and description of Babara Bowens Sessions at AU 2008?

What is Jay Tedeschi’s position at Autodesk? 

Go to the AU portal and get the answers! -Good luck. 🙂

send me the answers to: mcdbr@mcd-br.de

Requirements to get the voucher:

  • You must take the exam in US
  • You haven’t attend AU 2008 
  • Write a little report how it was (2 to 3 lines, not more)
  • Only sendings till the 23.12.2008 will be qualified to get the voucher
  • When the 6 voucher are assigned, no other opportunity to request a voucher from me
  • The Winners and the end of this offer will be announced here on the blog 

You need more Information about the certification? -No problem! Everything is on the web: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=10095428

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-Albert Einstein