EDST launches training centre in Bangalore
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EDST launches training centre in Bangalore

EDST launches training centre in Bangalore

        Will provide intensive industry-focused training in PLM tools like CATIA V5, ENOVIA
Bangalore: EDST, India’s largest PLM Solutions and 3D Visual Simulation provider, with its headquarters in Bangalore, today announced the launch of its training centre in Bangalore which will provide industry-focused training in PLM tools like CATIA V5, ENOVIA. These training centers will be focusing on building domain expertise in the areas of PLM and Engineering Competitiveness specifically aligned to the manufacturing and engineering services industries.

The school will be targeted towards students in the pre-final and final years of mechanical and manufacturing engineering from engineering colleges/institutes, unemployed students as well as working professionals seeking a change in career to PLM and corporates looking at training their employees.

The training center is built on 2200sq feet of area and is well equipped with all the necessary peripherals. The training will be imparted by industry experts. The center is capable of training 30 students at a time. The programme includes a curriculum that comprehensively covers the concepts and advanced features of PLM tools that enable conceptual and detailed designing, besides manufacturing design, resulting in state-of-art knowledge based solutions.

EDST uses licensed PLM solutions from Dassault Systemes of France to help trainees get a strong foothold in engineering services and the manufacturing sector. These solutions enable a rich and interactive learning experience while providing the largest scope of employment opportunities.

CATIA is the world’s leading solution for product design. CATIA can be applied to a wide variety of industries, from aerospace, automotive, and industrial machinery, to electronics, shipbuilding, plant design, and consumer goods. CATIA is used to design anything from an airplane to jewelry and clothing.

“The explosive growth in the Product Life Cycle Management sector will be hampered by shortage of qualified people unless we invest in educating and training professionals who can join the field,” said S Senthil, President, EDST. He further added “Our training centers will help address the staffing needs of the PLM industry by making available a talent pool that immediately fits their needs and their client’s specific needs.”

“EDST’s Training Centres will create an employable talent-pool trained on Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) technology. Engineering services and manufacturing sectors will save cost and effort spent on talent acquisition by recruiting from EDST’s Training Centres. The Training Centres provide complete staffing solutions to the PLM industry.” said Suman Bose, Country Director, Dassault Systemes India. "

EDST, being India’s largest PLM and 3D Real-Time Visual Simulation solution and services provider, will leverage its knowledge of the recruitment needs of the PLM industry, including OEMs, aerospace and automotive sectors, to offer targeted placement assistance to deserving trainees, while offering timely staffing solutions to its customers.

The company plans to open two more centers in Pune and Delhi in the year 2008-2009 and expects to train around 300 individuals through this program.

About EDST

EDS Technologies Pvt. Ltd (EDST), established in 1995, is the largest PLM Solutions and Real Time 3D Visual Simulation provider in India, with its head quarters in Bangalore, and having presence in Chennai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Pune. EDST is staffed with over 115 skilled professionals with industry experience supporting customer requirements across the country.

EDST, the largest PLM partner of Dassault Systemes, plays a vital role in implementing Dassault PLM Solutions, in India across various industry segments. EDST has the largest customer base in the PLM industry including OEMs, aerospace and automotive sectors and has consistently met the PLM needs of its huge clientele.