My name is Matt Huybrecht, and I'm the Director of CAD Curriculum for PTC University. My team determines what courses are going to be created and for what software. You may or may not know that PTC University is changing up our curriculum creation model, and we're thinking of creating some content for more "niche" areas of Creo. Here are some of the areas we're looking at:
I'm looking for your feedback here.
What of these would you like to take a course in?
Is there something else not covered here that you'd love to take a course on?
A solid in-depth course in Model Based Design methods that covers all the relevant core Creo topics that relate to it. Might be two days, might be more. There's a LOT of interest out in the user base of large companies about MBD.
Definitely would like a course showing a wider range of examples of BMX than I have seen to date.
Updated Top Down Desing course. (The current one is from WF4)
In depth Flow Analysis.
EZ Tolerance Analysis.
I also think that somesort of good practices course would be really welcome. Especially on topics of assembly refs, external refs, circular refs. Managing assembly and references with and without AAX license.