Cape Town Offices
At MECAD Manufacturing, we understand that every user has unique needs when it comes to software training. That’s why we offer a personalized and tailored approach that ensures you get the most out of your software.
Our experienced and qualified product experts will guide you through the training in a modern and fully equipped facility. Our training program includes “classroom learning” and “hands-on lab” experience, where you will learn about the software’s many features and how to use them.
We encourage questions during the session to ensure that you and other attendees benefit from the industry experience of both the trainer and the group.
At MECAD Manufacturing, we take great pride in the quality of our training programs and maintain high standards to ensure that our attendees receive the best education possible. To guarantee that all participants have attained the required level of understanding, we conduct rigorous exams at the end of each training session.
Passing the exam is mandatory for attendees to receive their certification. Our certifications are widely recognized in the industry and attest to the high level of knowledge and skills of the recipients.
*PLEASE NOTE: Not all training courses have exams at this stage
Please take note that all course bookings must be made at least five working days before the course start date to ensure availability. To confirm a booking, full payment must be received. If a trainee fails to attend the scheduled course, the fees paid will be forfeited. The same applies to trainees who are unable to complete a course.
In the event of cancellation, kindly provide a written notice at least five working days before the course start date. Failure to cancel within the specified period will result in full payment being charged. If necessary, you may request a course rescheduling once, provided that the request is submitted in writing at least five days before the course start date.
Please be aware that MECAD reserves the right to reschedule a course three working days before the start of the course if attendance is insufficient. Furthermore, if a trainee fails an exam, they will be given one more attempt to pass but will need to attend the exam with the next available course.