Each month, there are two interactive webinars (usually about 2 hours in length) in which Eric takes questions and creatively weaves answers that apply Best Practices principles to each challenge. No question is too simple or too advanced – all are welcome.
Questions may be sent in advance via email, along with screen captures or other images illustrating the context. Actual project files may be submitted if needed to clarify the situation. Follow-up questions as well as additional topics are easily asked using the chat panel during the actual session.
The coaching program has addressed literally hundreds of questions in depth. As of November 2016, over 175 sessions have been recorded and posted in the Best Practices Course member area, creating a library of over 300 hours of carefully indexed high quality training material.
Course members are encouraged to continue in the Best Practices Coaching Program after the initial 6 month term to have access to expert help on virtually any aspect of using ArchiCAD.
Maintain your membership in the ArchiCAD Coaching Program and you’ll never have to “make do” because there’s no one there to help.
Course members may stay in this invaluable coaching program on a monthly “pay-as-you-go” basis as well as by signing up for longer terms:
To sign up for the ArchiCAD Coaching Program, pick the length of time you prefer, click the Sign Up Now button below, then follow through the standard shopping cart process.
NOTE: Members who sign up at these special rates are guaranteed this pricing for life.
It will never go up as long as you stay enrolled in the coaching program.
The tip about how to drag something to a certain distance from (or past) a point or object is very, very helpful. The next day after the coaching session I used it all day to layout four options for a floor plan and it saved me a bunch of time. And that’s just in one day.
I never expected this much improvement for the Best Practices Course and the Coaching Calls. This will help me to use ArchiCAD the way it is supposed to be used.”