SolidWorks certifications can be used as a benchmark to measure your knowledge and competency with SolidWorks software. Exams focus on the fundamental skills necessary to ensure your company overall success using SolidWorks.
As a Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA), you will stand out from the crowd in today competitive job market. CSWA certification is proof of your SolidWorks expertise cutting-edge skills that businesses seek out and reward.
A Certified SolidWorks Professional is an individual that has successfully passed our advanced skills examination. Each CSWP has proven their ability to design and analyze parametric parts and moveable assemblies using a variety of complex features in SolidWorks.
A Certified SolidWorks Expert is someone who easily demonstrates the ability to utilize advanced functions and features to solve complex modeling challenges inside SolidWorks. A CSWE will be well rounded in their knowledge of all areas of the SolidWorks software. A CSWE is able to solve practically any modeling problem given to them, and is traditionally the go-to SolidWorks user among their colleagues.
The completion of the Certified SolidWorks Professional Sheet Metal exam shows that an individual has successfully passed a skills test that demonstrates their ability to use the sheet metal tools inside of SolidWorks.
SolidWorks software includes many advanced surfacing tools. The Certified SolidWorks Professional Surfacing Specialist exam is used to gauge someone is ability to utilize these tools in the creation of complex surfaces.
The Advanced Mold Tools exam will test your ability to utilize the Mold Tools found in SolidWorks. Understanding SolidWorks Mold Tools will help to aid a user in the completion of a robust mold design in an efficient manner.
Congratulations to students achieving Status of Certified SolidWorks Associates
Chew Kia Seng, Tan Chin Ann, Wee PeiXi, Chan See Jean, Ch'ng Chee Keong, Chua Ming Jin, Clarinda Chah Chin Hwei, Hee Weng Sheng, Aaron Poh Tzyh Chien, Navintharan A/L Pala Sandaram, Benny Bong Yu Yu, Chan Shi Wei, Chew Wai Loon, Lam Joe Yan, Lim Ming Chun, Ng Zheng Wei, Chua Zjen Fong, Foo Siang Wei, Loh Win Tson, Tong Ien Xiu, Tan Chun Guan, Ho Pang Lea, Lim Yen Lu, Lim Chee Siang, Khong Chun Long, Thevindran Raj & Lee Ying Chien from Tunku Abdul Rahman College - HQ
Nurul Farehah Bt. Kahar from UNIKL
Chow Mien Siew from Lim Kok Wing University
Nor Haizully Bt. Azizan, Nazman B. Che Iberahim, Muhamad Zuhairi Sulaiman, Norhashimah Bt. Mohd Shaffiar, Khalid Mohammed Mohiee El.Dien Mansour Saqr, Wan Mohd Musyris B. Wan Harujan, Dedy Triawan Suprayogi, Sharqiyah Bt. Abdul Malick, Mohd Rahimi Jamaluddin & Haslina Bt. Abdullah from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Abdul Ghafur Abdul Rahman from IIUM
A. Mahenfran, Aruldas A/L Anpalagan, Thineswaran A/L Gunasegran, Suresh Kumar A/L nanda Kumar Chia Wee Kiat, Wong Hoe Yuan, Soh Yuan Yao, Lee Kiat Hong & Chong Yik Seong from Form 5 Graduate Student
Chan Kok Yau, Chan Kok Wai & Kishore from UCSI
Tan Teck Leong, Lau Wei Ren & Lau Wei Kiat from Segi College
Kho Kha Liang from Monash University
Yong Hong Chung from Univerisity Tunku Abdul Rahman
Clement Chin Kwan Yew from Univerisity of Queensland