Free Fusion 360 training available for schools and colleges

Working with Autodesk and Knowledgepoint, STEM Learning is now accepting expressions of interest for a round of free training courses on Fusion 360.

What is Fusion 360?

Fusion 360 is an digital tool that can be used in the classroom for the computer aided design of products, rendering, virtual assembley of parts, testing of products and the manufacture of parts through computer aided manufacture. It can output files to a 3D printer, and quickly support students to realise their ideas as an engineering drawing.

With a free educational licence Fusion 360 can be used at both home and school, allowing students to work on their designs in their own time. It also allows students to collaborate on designs, with shared access provided to files through cloud based storage.

What training is available?

Working with our certified instructors, we can offer training for secondary school teachers, college lecturers, technicians and students (recommend age +13yrs) on how to use Fusion 360 in Design, Technology and Engineering lessons. The training is typically 3 or 5-6 hours long, with further resources provided through the Autodesk Design Academy.

How do I access the funding?

Funding is available to train staff and students in schools and colleges (state funded and independent). To access the funding, you will need to satisfy the following criteria:

A minimum of one teacher attend the training plus:

  • 20 students (recommend age +13yrs)
  • 1 teacher / technician + 15 students (recommend age +13yrs)
  • 5 additional teachers / technicians (minimum)

To express interest in one of these courses, complete this online form.


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