Level I Rhino 8 Training
Note: You can register here at any time for the next available Level I course!
The next live course will begin Early March 2024! See course description for details please.
If you would like to begin your training prior to the next course...
With your paid registration, I can send you links to previously recorded live classes. You will still be eligible to participate in the next live course. Since I move rapidly through course materials, this is a great way to prepare for the live course. And in that each live course is given "on-the-fly" previewing prior courses will ultimately expose you to more material!
Bonus materials included!
*See Course Description: Level I Training for complete course overview and upcoming dates.
We look forward to working with you!!
Once paid, my standard 7-session course is fully refundable until the beginning of the 2nd class. Refund requests after the second class will be prorated by the number of classes delivered either live or by video until the beginning of the 6th class, after which no refund is available.
Thank you for your understanding!
As opposed to the 3-day intensive, the benefit of spreading out the instruction over this time is that the student can build skills incrementally and reinforce new skill-sets with practice between sessions.
Each class is recorded and available for student review.
Your instructor has over 40 years of jewelry design and manufacturing experience and over a decade using Rhino.
You need not buy Rhino to participate in this course of instruction, you can download a fully-functional version of Rhino that is good for 90 days, longer than the class runs.
Course Cost: US$750
Prerequisites include a good working knowledge of the Windows operating system and an interest in gaining a great foundation of Rhinoceros 3D CAD.
“Gary Dawson is owner of Gary Dawson Designs, an online custom design operation that was once featured as a “Best of the Best” by Instore Magazine. Dawson has nearly 40 years experience in creating designs that capture the personalities and stories of his customers. He is a frequent contributor to MJSA Journal, a founding member of the Council of Custom Jewelers, and a designated “Mentor Jeweler”. He has delivered seminars and presentations at numerous events, including AGTA GemFair, Portland Jewelry Symposium, and the Santa Fe Symposium on Jewelry Manufacturing Technology.” ~Jewellery Business Magazine