We’ve been keeping an eye on the progress of the SketchUp Hub students, as they make their way through their courses (which is usually the SketchUp Bundle or SketchUp Student Bundle), and have realised that quite a number of students are finding it difficult to manage their time.
We’ve noted that progress is quite good to start, with the student feeling excited and inspired, however by the time he/she reaches course #3 Creating a Furniture Layout & Lighting Plan, momentum seems to dwindle somewhat, as students struggle to strike the right balance between their SketchUp learning activities, work/business, Interior Design studies and/or personal commitments.
It’s completely natural to feel overwhelmed by the fact that once you purchase one of the Bundle packages, you have acquired no less than 7 SketchUp courses, that contain many individual units. Add the fact that online learning requires a disciplined, organised approach and you could find yourself in a situation where you’re not making as much progress as you would have liked.
We’ve decided to help our students stay on track with a tailor-made, SketchUp Hub Learning Schedule, where they’ll learn how to create floor plans and elevations in 4 weeks!
Our schedule helps you maintain a consistent approach to your learning activities, so that you can continue to make weekly progress, and ultimately complete the entire bundle course in 4 weeks.
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