Civil Designer 2011 Training
Civil Designer 2011

BOOK NOW - Civil Designer 2011 Conversion Course

Limited places available - jump the queue in getting your 2011 software!

We have put together a 2 day Conversion Course to get you up to speed with this major release. The conversion course training will run from 1st November 2010 till 28th February 2011 at a cost of just R4800 for existing clients that are up to date with their subscriptions. We also offer in-house training conducted at your premises.

We are giving priority to those who want to maximize the benefit of the new software by completing the Conversion Course. Clients who attend the training during November and December will therefore jump the shipping queue and will receive Civil Designer 2011 in their hands at their training. For those who do not attend a conversion course, shipping may take up to 90 days. If you are not up to date with your subscription, you have until 22nd October 2010 to do so if you want to ensure that you will receive your new software in this dispatchment.

So jump the queue and make sure you are ready to tackle next year's challenges head on with the power of Civil Designer 2011 and book your seat for the Conversion Course.

Contact us at:

Western Cape, East Cape, Namibia & International Cape Town
(Head Office)
Tel: (021) 701 1850
Kwa-Zulu Natal, Free State, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mpumalanga & Zimbabwe Durban Nalini
Tel: (031) 566 3323
Gauteng, Limpopo, North West Province & Botswana Johannesburg Barbara
Tel: (011) 675 3959

Warm Regards

The Knowledge Base Team



Learn about all the new and advanced features of Civil Designer 2011 and maximize your productivity through our Civil Designer 2011 Conversion Course.


Jump the shipping queue and receive Civil Designer 2011 at your conversion training in November and December.


Our training courses award you CPD points. The conversion training course carries 2 points. Continual Professional Development (CPD) points are compulsory for registration with the Engineering Council of South Africa.


Knowledge Base training courses are NQF aligned and accredited through the Sector Education and Training Authority, ISETT SETA. Companies can therefore claim back the money spent on our courses when they submit their Skills Development Plan to their SETA.