Training with 3D Printing for Schools
Our 3D Printer Training Packages delivered in paretnership with Modfab and are catered for Australian Schools with Australian Education Standards in mind. The training options are one part of The 3D Printer's Ultimate3D offering that go towards our whole approach to 3D Printing in Schools. Flexible options to have our solutions delivered to you at your facilities hosted by one school or attend a clients hosted school on offer.
Take a look at the 3D Printer Training offering below and find out more.
We are excited to be able to provide these options in partnership with Modfab that help us to deliver the complete Ultimate3D Solution, covering our 3D Printing elements of Hardware, Software, Training, Facilities, Curriculum and Support.
Why choose us to facilitate the supply of 3D Printer Training?
- Our partners MODFAB have trained over 800 Teachers and 900 Students Nationally
- The training courses are built inline with and as apart of Autodesk's Academic Patner program
- Teacer Training is approved by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority
Modfab has been providing professional development and training to education for the past four years. Using the experience gained from two self-funded pilot programs in NSW schools, Modfab created a body of training material specifically aimed at getting teachers and students up to speed with 3D printing and 3D CAD technology. Modfab has trained over 800 teachers and over 900 students nationally. Our training has been highly praised for being relevant and engaging. All of our courses have a strong hands-on component, designed to instil confidence in our candidates and to provide them with powerful teaching tools for the future.
About The New South Wales Education Standards Authority
The Guidelines for the Regulation of Teacher Accreditation Authorities for Non-government Schools and Early Childhood Education Centres (‘the TAA Guidelines’) contain the rules of the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) for regulating teacher accreditation authorities under the Teacher Accreditation Act 2004 (‘the TA Act’). Under the TA Act, a teacher accreditation authority (‘TAA’) is approved to accredit persons in accordance with Part 4 of the TA Act. Specifically, approval authorises a TAA to accredit, in accordance with Part 4 of the TA Act, persons at such levels of accreditation as may be determined by the Minister.
About Autodesks Academic Partner Program
Autodesk's academic partner program accredited authorised partners use their knowledge of education and learning to help you select the right software tools for your needs, including hands-on support, which enables integration of the technology Into your curriculum.Authorized Academic Partners provide sample projects and coursework to help you validate your skills, boost career opportunities, and build your experience through a project-focused learning experience.