Explore PTCU Continuous Learning Sessions at LiveWorx 2023


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In today's fast-paced technological world, it's essential to stay up to date with the latest tools and techniques to remain competitive in your chosen field. Continuous learning not only helps to enhance your skills but also ensures that you stay ahead of the game in your career. Through our best-in-class learning experiences, you can get the tools to build in-demand skills and earn industry-recognized credentials.

PTC University offers a comprehensive range of training programs that cater to professionals of all levels, from beginners to advanced learners. Courses cover a wide range of topics including CAD, PLM, IoT, and AR, and are designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge required to excel in your field. Maximize your digital technology ROI and learn the latest tips and tricks to improve the way you work. With PTCU's continuous training programs, you can keep up with the ever-evolving technological landscape. 

One of the best ways to get hands-on experience and learn from experts in the field is by attending LiveWorx 2023, happening May 15-18 in Boston. PTC’s annual global conference brings together industry leaders, experts, and peers to discuss the latest advancements in technology. 

LiveWorx 2023 is the perfect avenue for continuous learning, where you can attend various workshops, keynote sessions, and network with other professionals. 

Read on to learn about some of the exciting PTCU sessions being offered at LiveWorx 2023.

Basics of Design Intent and Reference Management

In this 90-minute lecture and demo session, you’ll learn to build and compare models that have been created with and without design intent. At the end of the session, you’ll be able to identify weaknesses in a model’s construction and determine how the construction predictability is affected during model regeneration. You’ll be able to invoke design changes that break models and use various methods of incorporating design intent and reference management to resolve and prevent future errors. 

Introduction to Windchill FMEA

In this 90-minute course, you’ll get an introduction to Windchill’s Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA), an early warning system that designers can use to methodically study and correct failures before the system, design, process, or service is finalized. As a part of the Windchill Risk and Reliability suite, Windchill FMEA can guide product testing procedures, link product component verification to functional requirements, identify manufacturing controls necessary to minimize system risks, and reduce costly rework. You will explore Windchill FMEA from data entry and RPN calculations to the analysis and follow-up actions that correct possible failures. 

Register for LiveWorx 2023!

Continuous learning through PTCU at LiveWorx 2023 will help you stay competitive, enhance your skills, and stay updated with the latest advancements in technology. And new this year, all trainings are included in the cost of your in-person All Access Pass! 

Registration for trainings is on a first come, first served basis. So, what are you waiting for? Register to attend LiveWorx 2023 and sign up for PTC University's training sessions today.


LiveWorx 2023 Continuous Learning Sessions

Technical training sessions that make an impact. Available May 15-18 at LiveWorx 2023. Register Now!
Tags: CAD Connected Devices Creo Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Windchill Education

About the Author

Katherine Brown-Siebenaler

Katherine Brown-Siebenaler is the Marketing Content Manager for PTC's CAD team. Based in Austin, TX, Katherine is responsible for editing the Creo and Mathcad blogs. She has six years' experience as a content creator for various corporate marketing teams, primarily in SaaS environments. Katherine holds two degrees from the University of Florida, a BS in Journalism and an MA in Mass Communication. She enjoys learning how PTC customers bring software to life in real-world applications every day, leading innovation in their various industries.