Each learning path is specifically designed to meet the needs of different user groups, for example, new users, steel detailers, concrete contractors, bridge designers, structural engineers, etc. You can go through the learning paths in your own pace.

Recommended learning paths for new users

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First steps
This interactive learning path is intended for new Tekla Structures users. You will learn the concepts of the software, how to work with grids and how to build your model. You will also be familiar with the information in your model.
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Tekla Model Sharing elearning
  This learning path introduces Tekla Model Sharing, additional learning material and knowledge checks. You will learn how to take Tekla Model Sharing into use. Tekla Model Sharing enables teams to collaborate on the same Tekla Structures project regardless of their location or time zone. Tekla Model Sharing adapts to any Internet connection speed, and you can even work offline. No additional hardware or software is required apart from Tekla Structures.

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First steps
This interactive learning path is intended for new Tekla Structures users. You will learn the concepts of the software, how to work with grids and how to build your model. You will also be familiar with the information in your model.
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Tekla Structures for steel detailers
This extensive learning path includes everything you need to learn about Tekla Structures as a steel detailer: Starting new projects in Tekla Structures, Modeling steel columns, Modeling steel beams, Modeling rafters and bracing, Modeling base plates, Modeling connections, Detecting & fix clashes, Adding web stiffeners and part cuts, Creating and printing drawings, Using Trimble Connect for collaboration, Creating NC files, Creating reports ...and more!
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Tekla Structures for concrete contractors
This learning path contains all you need as a concrete contractor. You will learn how to use the user interface, explore models and organize model information using categories. You will create reports and templates and learn how pours work. In the Task Manager section, you will create plans and visualizations.
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Tekla Structures for rebar detailers
This interactive learning path will give you and overview of the rebar detailing functionality in Tekla Structures. You will learn about rebar sets, how to reinforce columns, beam, panels, walls and slabs. You will be familiar with the read-made components for rebar detailers and know how to use Trimble Connect in cast-in-place and rebar projects. Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest information from Trimble.
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Tekla Structures for bridge designers
This interactive learning path contains an overview of the bridge design workflow. You will learn how to use the bridge designer user interface and be familiar with best practices. You will start a new project, learn the basics of the Bridge Creator, create profiles and utilize ready-made components.
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Tekla Model Sharing elearning
  This learning path introduces Tekla Model Sharing, additional learning material and knowledge checks. You will learn how to take Tekla Model Sharing into use. Tekla Model Sharing enables teams to collaborate on the same Tekla Structures project regardless of their location or time zone. Tekla Model Sharing adapts to any Internet connection speed, and you can even work offline. No additional hardware or software is required apart from Tekla Structures.

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Finish your drawings faster and be confident that you are documenting exactly what you need. Tekla Structures now shows General Arrangement drawing views in the 3D model space.…
Visualize your survey data with intelligent point clouds in Tekla Structures in 3D.Learn more about latest developments and new features at www.tekla.com/2020.
The 2D Library is a powerful tool for presenting typical details and instructions. It's quick and easy to build up your own company library of 2D details and you can create…
This video gives an overview showing how the 3Dconnexion devices can be used with Tekla Structures. Users can navigate the model using their 3Dconnexion device and map Tekla…
Learn how to add associative notes in drawings. Associative notes allow you to add extra information about the objects they are attached to. Unlike with other drawings marks,…
Learn how to add a classification code to objects with Organizer Categories, and how to export the code with the objects to an IFC file. Also we will show how to view those…
This video shows a feature that many Tekla modelers, especially on the steel side, are not aware of. If you need to modify the shape of a cut, you don't always need to accomplish…
This video shows how to add pattern line elements and pattern lines in drawings. You can easily apply special and complex lines to drawings by using the pattern lines.
Learn how to add drawing symbols in Tekla Structures. Symbols are a handy way to display additional information about materials and welds in your drawings. We cover the following…
Learn how to cut a part with another part, in this case by using piles to cut a cap and a blinding. This video is a part of the Tekla Structures for bridge designers elearning…
Have you ever wondered if you could include more information in your IFC files? This Tips and Tricks video shows how you can add custom values like User-Defined Attributes to your…
This video shows a couple of examples of how to change a grid's spacing and values both through dialogs and through the Contextual Toolbar. Grid link: https://teklastructures.…
This video shows how to utilize the Anchor Rods in Tekla Structures.
Learn how to use the Applications & components catalog: search for components switch between view modes show selected components add and modify groups
Learn how to use the Applications & components catalog in Tekla Structures.  We cover the following: 00:20 Overview 01:17 Search for components 01:42 Switch between…
Learn how to create your own published attributes, so that components can be applied much quicker in the model with your saved settings, instead of having to individually load and…

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