Skip to main content

Autodesk Inventor Certified Professional (ACP) Exam Preparation

The beauty of gears. The power of the machine. The adrenaline of a working prototype. As a mechanical design professional, you crave these things.
When you become a Certified Professional with Autodesk Inventor, you set yourself apart as a mechanical designer with professional skills and abilities demanded by the industry’s best.
Becoming an Autodesk Certified Professional can lead to accelerated career development, improved productivity, and enhanced credibility.
In this certification exam preparation training, our Autodesk Certified Instructors and Autodesk Expert Elites will provide everything you need to succeed in the Inventor ACP Exam and bring you one step closer to your goals.

Who should attend?
Industry professionals who possess advanced skills and can solve complex challenges in workflow and design.
Learning Objectives:
• To prepare participants one-to-one for Autodesk Inventor ACP Exam by using real exam materials and ensure that they complete the exam successfully.

1. Configuration and Administration
  • Configure project files
  • Configure document settings
  • Optimize application options
  • Create and modify styles in documents
2.Design Automation Techniques
  • Simplify workflow by using iParts, iFeatures, iMates, and iAssemblies
  • Use Frame Generator to create and edit frames
  • Describe the benefits of using Design Accelerators to create bolted connections
3.Standard Part Modeling
  • Describe the characteristics of models that fulfill design intent
  • Demonstrate the effective use of feature patterns on parts in assemblies
  • Identify advanced uses of work features
  • Identify scenarios in which to use Direct Edit
  • Create and modify complex sketches
  • Analyze the implications of adaptive parts
4.Advanced Part Modeling
  • Create 3D sketches
  • Apply 3D features
  • Create and use multibody parts
  • Create and edit surfaces
  • Develop free-form models
  • Apply topology optimization principles
5.Assembly Modeling
  • Modify the Bill of Materials in the BOM Editor
  • Import, link, and export files or point clouds
  • Describe and use Shrinkwrap
  • Optimize component relationships in an assembly
  • Create and manage representations
  • Restructure components and views in the browser
  • Understand the key workflows for large assembly management
  • Use breakout and overlay views, and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) to create 2D documentation
  • Generate files and views for collaboration and digital fabrication
7. Sheet Metal
  • Use the Sheet Metal environment to create features
  • Create models and deliverables in the Weldment environment

12 hours (3 days)
Course Requirement:
• Basic use of Microsoft® Windows®
• Having worked with Autodesk Inventor on a regular basis for at least 2 years.

Contact Us