My company has given me a license to solidworks and I do not have a clue on how to use it.
There are tutorials in Help.
also look into my solidworks.com, your Value Added Reseller (the company your company bought SW from) will be best for pointing you in the right directions for using the resources they provide your company. If your the only SW user that makes you the de-facto admin.
pay special attention to document control and once you get used to the interface loook up information on Skeleton Sketch Part method for assemblies. its a life saver.
Also look for a Solidworks Users Group in your area, many of the User groups are now using the Meetup App.
Find out a college close to your home which offers Solidwoks as a stand-alone course. This is your first step.
You can get the famous solidworks book written by Matt Lombard. Its been highly reccomended
For the MySolidWorks Mr. Pires mentioned, drop down "Forums" at the top of this forum and select MySolidWorks
You'll need to log in (upper right), but just use your SW forum credentials.
Select Training and then search within Training.
Some are free, while others are not.
Also, remember to search this forum by clicking the magnifying icon to the right of your profile dropdown.
At the top right of this forum's Home page, click the FAQs link and review the topics listed therein.
There's much garnered wisdom here, condensed into a few pages, that will advanced your understanding.
get on meetup and find a user group to join.
find out who your var is and find out when they are having training classes.
look on youtube.... (some sources may be questionable).
If you have any version of the software available then you can do it at home like Fedrick posted, otherwise nearest college/trade school is the best option.
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