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It is expected that trainees will have completed the AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Introduction to Model & Terminology training course.

The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Heating , Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Modelling consists of 31 videos, (duration - 2 hours 11 mins 45 secs).

Video creation by Steve Morton, video narration by James Paget

It is expected that trainees will have completed the AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Introduction to Model & Terminology and the AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 Structural Modelling training courses.

The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Walls and Floors Modelling consists of 13 videos (duration - 1 hour 3 mins 55 secs).

Video creation by Steve Morton, video narration by James Paget

It is expected that trainees will have completed the AVEVA E3D™ Structural Modelling training course.

The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Stairs Ladders and Handrail Modelling consists of 13 videos (duration - 58 mins 32 secs).

Video creation by Steve Morton, video narration by Matt Billing

It is expected that trainees have completed the AVEVA E3D 2.1 Introduction to Model & Terminology training course. Trainees who can demonstrate a suitable understanding of other AVEVA E3D applications and techniques may also be permitted to undertake the training.

The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Supports consists of 25 videos, (duration - 1 hour 21 mins 27 secs).

Video creation by Matt Billingvideo narration by Matt Billing

It is expected that trainees will have completed the TM – 1801 AVEVA Everything3D™ Foundations training course. Trainees who can demonstrate a suitable understanding of other AVEVA E3D applications and modelling techniques may also be permitted to undertake the training.

The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1- Electrical and Instrumentation Equipment Modelling consists of 25 videos, (duration - 1 hour 14 mins 46 secs).

Video creation by Matt Billing, video narration by Matt Billing

Laser data reproduced with the kind permission of Eaton Corporation Plc. This data has been collected from a mock up facility at Eaton's training centre in Houston that focuses on industrial applications with over 5,000 products installed.

It is expected that trainees have completed the AVEVA E3D 2.1 Introduction to Model & Terminology and AVEVA E3D 2.1 Pipework Modelling training courses. Trainees who can demonstrate a suitable understanding of other AVEVA E3D applications and techniques may also be permitted to undertake the training.


The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Using Laser Models course consists of 11 videos (duration - 42 mins 37 secs).

Video creation by Julien Durandvideo narration by Matt Billing

It is expected that trainees will have completed the TM-1801 AVEVA Everything3D™ Foundations and TM-1811 AVEVA Everything3D™ Equipment Modelling courses.

This training guide must be used with AVEVA Everything3DTM 2.1 Fix 5 or higher. 

The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Mining course consists of 10 videos (duration - 28 mins 01 secs)

Video creation by Matt Billing, video narration by Matt Billing

It is expected that trainees will have completed the AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Introduction to Model & Terminology training course.

Trainees who can demonstrate a suitable understanding of other AVEVA E3D applications and techniques may also be permitted to undertake the training.

The AVEVA E3D™ 2.1 - Draw consists of 17 videos (duration - 54 mins 21 secs).

Video creation by Chris Tingle and James Pagetvideo narration by Matt Billing

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