We may have share of concerns theseÂ past fewÂ months, but here’s one good news that uplift our spirits. Our daughter passed the Maya Certification examÂ this week and now she is a Maya certified professional.
I was at the hospital when I received the good news. My daughter forwarded a portion of this email to me:
I’m not a technical person so in order to understand what does an Autodesk Professional do to help my daughter in her future career. I’m copying some information from this site:
From academia and throughout your professional career, Autodesk provides educational resourcesâ€”instructor-led, self-paced, or online trainingâ€”and certification to help you stay competitive.
Competition for talent is fierce in todayâ€™s marketplace. Universities want to enroll the smartest, most committed students and equip them for professional success after they graduate. Employers want to attract and retain well-qualified, ambitious professionals who not only work hard, but also help them win new projects and gain industry recognition. Students and professionals just want to get aheadâ€”and stay there.
Stand out with an Autodesk Certification
Earn an industry-recognized credential that helps prove your skill level and can get you hired.
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