Design Master Electrical Training

July 23, 2015
8am to 5pm
Lynnwood Convention Center
Lynnwood, WA

Cost and Registration

Cost: $195 / person

To register, send an email to with the number of people attending the conference. Include names if possible (for the continuing education certificate).

Pay online, call 866-516-9497 x1, or send a check for that amount to:

Design Master Software
19401 40th Avenue W, Suite 302
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Let us know if you want an invoice before paying and we can send you one.


Lynnwood Convention Center
711 196th St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Training Overview

One day of training on Design Master Electrical with David Robison, President and Lead Developer at Design Master Software.

Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments throughout the day will be provided.

We recommend that you bring a laptop loaded with Design Master to the conference. The laptop will allow you to follow along with the lesson.

Continuing Education Credits

For licensed engineers, the training will count as 8 hours of continuing education. These continuing education hours can be used in all states.

We are a registered provider of continuing education credits in New York and Florida. In New York, these credits count toward the 18 hours of courses that require direct interaction with an instructor or presenter.

Other states do not require us to be registered as a provider of continuing education credits. We will provide you with a certificate of completion that you can use as documentation of your attendance at the training.

Tenative Topic List

One-Line Riser Diagrams:  Learn about how the new one-line diagram feature works. See all the improvements we made in the latest release.

Feeder and Service Calculations: Learn about how to perform feeder and service calculations. We made significant changes to these calculations in the last release. This topic will cover all the new features that were added.

Project Database Management: Learn how your drawing and your database files are related, how problems between the two can occur and how to fix those problems, and how our system for storing your project’s information allows you to recover work that is lost when AutoCAD crashes.

3D-BIM: Learn how to create 3D models for interference checking with other disciplines. We will cover drafting conduits and cable trays, exporting to an IFC file, and importing your design into Revit and Navisworks.

Other Topics: Is there something else you would like to have us cover? Let us know and we will see what we have time to include.

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