As a company headquartered in Boston, it’s about time we cite one of our city’s most famous sons…
“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing about.” – Benjamin Franklin (January 17, 1706 / Boston -- April 17, 1790 / Philadelphia)
I just saw the quote while doing some reading on the web and it made me think. We all try to do our jobs the best we can and we hope that others appreciate this and find value in the things we say, write, or offer.
For our team at PTC University, this relates to our instructor-led training classes, our eLearning courses, and all the other services we are offering to ensure PTC customers are successfully using our software and solutions.
We have a global team of subject-matter experts with many years of industry, but also teaching experience to create our training content in cooperation with PTC product management. Our instructors undergo extensive didactical training, too.
We do hope you find our classes worth attending, but we are also always open to criticism. We value any sort of feedback and we absolutely take this seriously.
How can you give feedback?
After attending a class, let our instructors know how you liked it and fill out the questionnaire they hand out
Discuss with us here in our Training Community – ask questions, comment, or submit an idea