Several months into a global pandemic that has altered nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives, businesses are still learning to adapt and respond to the changes brought about by COVID-19. While many businesses and industries have made great strides in adjusting how they do business, many challenges persist. This has certainly been true for Autodesk and our global community of customers.
In order to better support our customers and their affected workforce, we recently launched a new program to help individuals impacted by furlough, layoff, or decreased work or pay. It aims to equip people with an affordable access point to training, in order to sharpen their skills or develop new ones.
We’re calling it the Autodesk® Customer Furloughed & Laid Off Worker Training Program (Autodesk Customer FLOW Program). It’s an offer of complimentary professional training through participating Autodesk Authorized Training Centers. Individuals can receive complimentary training at a value of up to $300USD for the many products and workflows covered in the program including: 3ds Max, BIM 360 Products, Civil 3D, Fusion 360, Inventor, Maya, Revit, Shotgun, and Vault.
Anyone interested in taking advantage of the program can visit the FLOW program page on the Autodesk Services Marketplace and choose their desired product and training provider. Once a selection is made, simply submit this exclusive voucher code: iOj7uMY13FoAwEo along with any needed contact information. The training provider will then contact you directly to arrange the details of the training.
Please note, this voucher must be redeemed by July 31, 2020, and is subject to availability. To learn more about the Autodesk Customer FLOW program, click here.
As our customers – and their employees – continue to respond to the changes and challenges brought about by COVID-19, Autodesk will continue to explore the best we can support them. We hope the Autodesk Customer FLOW Program provides a useful way for customers to reskill and become more resilient during this challenging time.
Vice President, World Wide Customer Success, Autodesk