Data Management Training Courses

OrCAD EDM (Engineering Data Management) is a collaborative environment which enables teams of engineers to work on a single Cadence OrCAD Capture design file. This course will provide you with the necessary knowledge required to effectively manage your team within the OrCAD EDM Environment. New users will learn how to navigate the tool as well as tips and tricks on how to get the most out of the product. This course takes approximately 5-6 hours and is available as a one-day Virtual Training.

Includes an OrCAD Certification Opportunity.

It is recommended that students have a pre-requisite knowledge and proficiency in OrCAD Capture Schematic editing.

What you will learn:

  • How to assign roles based on tasks
  • How to set up users, assign privileges
  • Template and project best practices
  • How to manage libraries and assign symbols to team members
  • Adding parts to master libraries
  • How to activate OrCAD EDM within PCB Editor so all PCB and related files become a part of EDM-managed projects
Class Location Date Class Type Status Price
OrCAD Engineering Data Management Live Online Dec 17, 2020 Live Online Open $500

OrCAD Certification

Users who register for select classes gain access to our OrCAD certification test.  Certifications are designed to help students demonstrate their mastery of OrCAD products.


This one-day class will cover component data management with Cadence OrCAD Capture CIS and the OrCAD Component Information Portal™ (CIP), including product interface fundamentals, automating the part introduction process, and effectively managing the part database.

It is recommended that students have a pre-requisite knowledge and proficiency in OrCAD Capture Schematic editing.

What you will learn:

  • Manage parts and symbols in a relational database
  • Assign user privileges
  • Track historical changes of active and legacy parts
  • Manage the integrity of active and historical parts
  • Use distributor searching to locate necessary parts
  • Align new part introduction with corporate protocols
  • Create and formalize new parts
  • Link legacy data to approved parts
  • Swap out parts using Link Database Part
  • Finalize and document the design
  • Manage variants
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