Get Ready to Learn at VDCI
18-day courses, and frequent offerings make it easy to fit into any scheduleCourse Schedule
Our courses are structured for success and to ensure you get and retain the info you need -- quicklyAll Courses
VDCI is an established, credentialed, proven and trusted career-education providerVDCI Credentials
- 18-day courses (all courses offered on the start dates).
- Login at your convenience - login information emailed a day or two before each course.
- Submit midterm assignments on the 11th day and finals on the 18th day.
- Communicate with your instructor and other students via the Student Portal.
Computer Hardware Recommendations
Please review the hardware requirements listed in your Course, Training Bundle or Technology Certificate Program.
Setup Local Course Folder
It is recommended that you keep all of your course materials in one folder. As such, it is preferred for our students to create a folder on their “Local C Drive” and that they populate the required VDCI files into that folder.
Once a student has successfully logged into the VDCI Student Portal, they will be instructed to download the required data sets (project files) onto their computer. VDCI provides data sets that the student will work on in their course. Please save the ZIP file in your Download folder, and move the contents of the ZIP file into your Local Course Folder
We recommend that you have two monitors -- one which will display the VDCI Student Portal and the other will display the software program you are learning.
Single Enrollment Students: Students signing up for a single course will follow the instructions to download the 30-day trial of their required software. Instructions on how to setup the software can be found inside the course materials within the Student Portal.
Multiple course, Training Bundle and Technology Certificate Students: Students who are matriculating students at a nationally or regionally accredited College, University, or Trade School, or who are enrolled in California BPPE-approved and Nationally Accredited Program (VDCI multiple course, Training Bundle or Technology Certificate Program) are authorized by Autodesk to use the Autodesk software which is provided through the Autodesk Education Community software access program. Instructions on how to setup the software can be found inside the course materials within the Student Portal
Autodesk Educational Community Software
Access to the Autodesk Education Community Software is exclusively for Educational Purposes. Please visit the link, to learn the specifics about the Autodesk Education Community Software program.
The following is the link to access the Autodesk Education Software.