Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional (CSWP) Exam – Mechanical Design (27 Mar)

A certified SOLIDWORKS professional is an individual who has successfully passed our advanced skills examination.



RM 2,000 HRDC Claimable (Complimentary for active subscriber)

Date & Time

Wednesday, March 27
- 17:00


CADVision Systems Penang Sdn Bhd57-2, Jalan Icon City, 14000 Bukit Mertajam, Pulau Pinang

For whom:

SOLIDWORKS users who seeking to showcase their proficiency in designing and analyzing parametric parts and movable assemblies using a diverse range of advanced features within the SOLIDWORKS software.

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Certifying your SOLIDWORKS Users can be a valuable tool in increasing productivity, retaining key talent, and helping improve the quality of your company’s designs.


More Benefits of investing CSWP for your company:

    • Credibility and Trust: industry-standard benchmarks for SOLIDWORKS proficiency.
    • Competitive Differentiation: It highlights your commitment to quality and positions you as a leading provider of mechanical design services or products.
    • Enhanced Reputation: demonstrates your investment in continuous professional development and adherence to industry best practices.
    • Client Confidence: proof of your capabilities and confidence in your ability to deliver high-quality results.
    • Thought Leadership: leaders in mechanical design and can offer innovative solutions for client’s design challenges.
    • Marketing Collateral: It adds a professional credential to your company's profile.
    • Quality Assurance: Having certified professionals on your team, highlights your commitment to quality.


Complimentary breakfast, lunch, and refreshments provided. 


Learn more here:

Mastering the Future: Your Path to Success with SOLIDWORKS Certification & Education
Exploring The Benefits Of SOLIDWORKS Certification As A Company



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Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional (CSWP) Exam – Mechanical Design (27 Mar)

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