55,000 Licenses Purchased to Train Next Generation of Engineers
The Ministry has been involved in a series of reforms to help align the education system with international norms and increase the effectiveness of foundation courses, particularly in science and math. As such, it was important to find a 3D design application that provides students with the same tools used by engineers and designers around the world. The Ministry will deploy 100 licenses of the SolidWorks application in each of its 550 schools and provide remote laptop access to the software for every student.
In order to develop role models, teachers are encouraged to become Certified SolidWorks Professionals (CSWP), recognition that they are able to successfully use the features within the SolidWorks application. All schools will also become certified administrators of the Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) and Certified Sustainable Design Associate (CSDA) exams for students. These certification tests enable students to demonstrate strong design skills, giving them a competitive advantage in the engineering industry. Students will also be able to take advantage of a Student Engineering Kit (SEK) license, which they can use on their personal computers in order to improve their knowledge and develop their creativity.
Dassault SystÈmes' value added reseller, ALCADWorks, worked closely with the
Bilel HassaÏd, Founder and Manager of ALCADWorks, commented, "This national-scale project undertaken by the
“The educational ecosystem is a crucial component in the evolution of product design and innovation and we are proud to support the