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Choose among the delivery options that best meet your time, budget and project needs – public classes delivered at Synopsys training centers around the world, private workshops at your site, live Synopsys Virtual Classrooms, and self-paced on-demand training.
Synopsys Customer Education Services program offers courses that range from introductory level, focusing on tool operations, to advanced design methodology, including lectures and hands-on labs to enhance your understanding of key concepts. Courses are designed to cover all aspects of high-level design, including verification, synthesis, physical design, system design, IP creation, and test.
Instructor-led training is offered at the Synopsys Bangalore office. Classes consist of lectures and hands-on lab sessions. View our Course Calendar and Online Registration for more information.
All standard Synopsys classes are offered as private workshops for groups of eight or more students. Customized training sessions tailored to meet the unique needs of your design team are also offered. Classes are taught by an expert Synopsys instructor at a customer specified Synopsys training facility location or via WebEx®.
Synopsys Virtual Classroom
The Synopsys Virtual Classroom – available as an option for private workshops – is a time- and cost-effective alternative to on-site training. The Virtual Classroom is particularly useful for geographically dispersed teams because it allows participants to efficiently train as a group regardless of their physical location.
The Virtual Classroom is a web-based environment that delivers live, interactive training right to your desk, eliminating the need to travel to a physical classroom. Students can participate in lectures, ask the instructor questions, and practice learning materials with hands-on labs through the EducationSphere environment - just as you would in a traditional class.
Pre-recorded, self-paced training modules on a variety of topics, including the latest tool features, design methodologies, and how to deal with common support questions, are available on SolvNet. A SolvNet user-ID is required to access this feature.
Learn more about the latest trainings and seminars here.