Posted 16th April

2020 Fusion offers online training courses

By KBBDaily on 16th April 2019 - 10:30am
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Professional kitchen and bathroom design software offers advanced features and functionality that might take some time and practice to get used to. Luckily for 2020 Fusion users, it’s now possible to sign up for online courses taught by certified 2020 instructors.

The online courses are very hands-on and are catered to every type of 2020 Fusion user. Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate user, or an advanced user, there are three levels to choose from to accommodate your needs.

The Level 1 course focuses on basic training such as setting up the software, adding walls and colour schemes, using furniture, producing plan views and elevation views, and so on.

The Level 2 course is for intermediate users and focuses on catalogue groups, using light to enhance your renderings, working with 2020 Cloud, 360 panoramic views, and more.

The Level 3 course focuses on advanced functionality such as tiling walls and floors, working with islands, importing backgrounds, working with layers, sloped ceilings, and so much more.

There is also a rendering masterclass available for designers who have basic knowledge of 2020 Fusion and want to enhance their skills to create renderings that stand out from the competition.

2020 Fusion online training lasts about two hours per session and is available on a monthly basis. If you want to master the software as quickly and efficiently as possible, online training is the way to go.

In-class training is still available for those who prefer working in a dedicated learning environment. Computers, software and electronic manuals are included in this type of training.


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