Vectorworks Training Resources

Vectorworks is a capable and powerful application. Given what you can produce, this software is remarkably easy to use. The best way to unleash the power of Vectorworks is through proper training – and there are a number of ways you can access this support. The resources below are the ones we recommend.

Getting Started Guides

Are you completely new to Vectorworks?

If so, start by watching the videos in the Getting Started Guides series. (If you’ve been using the software for years yet not formally learned Vectorworks, they’re interesting and useful to watch.) The guides are designed to provide you with a strong base as you learn to use Vectorworks to design, communicate, and document your ideas.

Vectorworks YouTube Channel

Vectorworks Youtube Channel

Feel like sitting back and watching more about Vectorworks?

The Vectorworks YouTube channel is the place to go. There are loads of videos on a wide range of features and techniques.


Vectorworks Training Guides

Printed guides & Publications 

Vectorworks has published a series of training guides written by industry leaders. The amount of accuracy, efficiency and productivity that these guides will equip you with is staggering. All manuals are available to order through Paxar – Get in touch with us to find out more.


Archoncad Vectorworks Training

Training from the Vectorworks Guru 

The Archoncad website and YouTube channel have a wealth of Vectorworks  knowledge from the guru of Vectorworks, Jonathan Pickup.


Neil Barman, Vectorworks Trainer

Customized Vectorworks Training for you and your team 

Neil Barman, Paxar’s own workflow, productivity and technical support specialist, has his own company providing individual and group training services customized to your needs. Whether you have specific questions about Vectorworks, want to fine tune your existing skills or need to overhaul your workflows, Neil is the person to talk to.


OzCAD Vectorworks Training Videos

Training videos from OzCAD, the Australian Vectorworks Distributor

Our friends and colleagues at OzCAD have created a great collection of videos at their YouTube channel. Definitely worth watching, mate.