ENGINEERING.com CATIA Education Centre - LLM for High Schools

By: Engineering Catia Education Centre  09-12-2011
Keywords: Product Design, high schools

Why not teach your technical students with the same tools they will need when the go on to College or University? Increasingly, post secondary schools are matching leading employers such as Boeing, Bombardier, Black and Decker, and Toyota in selecting the tools they use for technical education. That makes sense because it prepares those students for a successful technical career.

To make this evolution easy for all participants, ENGINEERING.com has launched the Learning Lifecycle Management program to support the career paths of students who pursue technical studies. These efforts are supported by the world leading design and manufacturing products from Dassault Systèmes.

Your students benefit from the LLM Program


  • Links High Schools with Post Secondary Institutions who are using the same products
  • Provides a community support system for schools using advanced product design and manufacturing software
  • Provides additional resources to teachers
  • Opens opportunities to students and teachers for career opportunities and further education
  • Minimizes the amount of training a graduate needs when they go off to University or College

How You Can Get Involved:


  • When you join ENGINEERING.com for the LLM Program we can help put you in touch with people in your community who are part of the program.
  • Speak with engineers or parents who are engineers to see what technology they are using at work. Ask them what requirements and skills their work requires of a graduate or new hire.
  • Speak with University and College teachers about requirements at their schools to find out what technology they are using. Ask them if it would help graduate acceptances to the school if you provided them with students who have advanced design and manufacturing software experience.

Why not teach your technical students with the same tools they will need when the go on to College or University? Increasingly, post secondary schools are matching leading employers such as Boeing, Bombardier, Black and Decker, and Toyota in selecting the tools they use for technical education. That makes sense because it prepares those students for a successful technical career.

To make this evolution easy for all participants, ENGINEERING.com has launched the Learning Lifecycle Management program to support the career paths of students who pursue technical studies. These efforts are supported by the world leading design and manufacturing products from Dassault Systèmes.

Your students benefit from the LLM Program


  • Links High Schools with Post Secondary Institutions who are using the same products
  • Provides a community support system for schools using advanced product design and manufacturing software
  • Provides additional resources to teachers
  • Opens opportunities to students and teachers for career opportunities and further education
  • Minimizes the amount of training a graduate needs when they go off to University or College

How You Can Get Involved:


  • When you join ENGINEERING.com for the LLM Program we can help put you in touch with people in your community who are part of the program.
  • Speak with engineers or parents who are engineers to see what technology they are using at work. Ask them what requirements and skills their work requires of a graduate or new hire.
  • Speak with University and College teachers about requirements at their schools to find out what technology they are using. Ask them if it would help graduate acceptances to the school if you provided them with students who have advanced design and manufacturing software experience.

Keywords: high schools, Product Design

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