Upcoming Events

Washington DC SketchUp Training:
September 27th-28th, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm

New York SketchUp Training:
October 2nd-3rd, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm

Los Angeles SketchUp Training:
November 6th-7th, 2017 9:30am-3:30pm



What is included in the live training fee? 

  • 2 days of live training with Tammy in a small class size. (Lunch included on Day 1.)
  • 2D furnishing and appliance template for drawing floor plans.
  • LayOut lighting plan template.
  • Access to any of the online courses for life after the conclusion of the training. 
  • 2 hours of post training tutoring, done via screen share with Tammy. 

Do I need any prior SketchUp experience? 

This class is for beginners and intermediate users. No prior experience is required. However, I do ask designers to take the Free online intro course before attending. (20 minutes long.) Those who choose to practice ahead of the course get the most out of the content. 

How many designers will be in the training?

Classes are kept small with a limit of 6-7 designers to maximize the value of our time together. 

What will we cover on the day of? 

We will use a single case study throughout the training. Taking the project from beginning to end. Developing a workflow for on-boarding, schematic design, final design, documentation and presentation. You may put your own spin on the design, but the main point of the training is to learn the tools for drawing and gaining an effective and efficient workflow. See schedules below. 

Who is Tammy? 

See more information about San Luis Obispo interior designer Tammy Cody here



9:00am  Introductions

9:20am  Floor Plans 

  • recording field measurements
  • transferring an image
  • transcribing a document with dimensions

10:30am  Using the furniture and appliances template

  • drawing 2D symbols

11:30am  3D Modeling Part 1 

  • bring up the walls 
  • windows and doors (2 ways)
  • layers

12:30pm Lunch Break (We will be ordering in and either eating in the conference room, or on a WeWork outdoor balcony.)

1:30pm  3D Modeling Part 2 

  • drawing a kitchen
  • 3D warehouse
  • scaling
  • move tool
  • custom textures
  • displaying artwork
  • placing a kitchen sink
  • crown molding

3:00pm Conclusion of Day One


9:00am Quick Review

9:30am Design Documentation

  • dimensions
  • customizing dimensions
  • styles
  • mixing styles
  • shadows
  • section cuts in perspective
  • elevation drawings
  • pulling a floor plan from your 3D model

11:30am Presentation

  • 3 ways to organize and present to your client. (One way is LayOut, which is available with SketchUp Pro). 

12:30pm Independent Lunch Break. 

1:30pm Workshop

  • A chance to further develop your case study or apply SketchUp to a current project while Tammy is available for questions and trouble shooting. 

3:00pm Conclusion