ARCHICAD Coaching Program

By Eric Bobrow

Jan 14

IMPORTANT: 

To access the pages with coaching call recordings, you need to click the Take This Course green button below.
If you try to click the page links in the sidebar (or down lower on this page) without doing this,

it will simply refresh the page!

SCHEDULE

The ARCHICAD Coaching Program is run as a series of live group coaching webinars.

In 2019 we're running these almost every week on Thursdays at 1 pm US Pacific Time.

WEBINAR REGISTRATION LINKS

When you register for the coaching program (on its own or as part of a course) you will get an email from GoToWebinar with a personal connection link. You will also get a reminder email one hour before each session with that link.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WEBINAR SESSIONS

To watch the session, you'll need to be connected to the internet and login using the personal connection link described above. You'll be able to see my screen as I demonstrate live how to accomplish various things in ArchiCAD.

I give priority to answering questions that have been sent in ahead of time to support@bobrow.com. As time allows, I will also take questions entered into the Questions panel of the meeting control palette.

You may listen through your computer speakers using the integrated Voice Over IP (VOIP) connection. You may also dial in using a standard telephone (long distance charges may apply) to one of the phone numbers provided in the emails.

Frequently I will unmute the audio connection for the person who submitted the question to facilitate the discussion. Your computer microphone or phone connection may be unmuted when it's your turn. 

RECORDINGS

I record the sessions so those who cannot attend will be able to watch at their convenience. You may access the recordings via the Course Content pages below.

OPTIONAL: You may use the MARK COMPLETE buttons at the bottom of each coaching call recording to note that you have either attended or watched the recording. This will display a green dot for that topic page, which may make it easier for you to know what you've already looked at.

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