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20-20 Design v9 Level I
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This class is now only available as private training for groups of 4-8. Call 978-281-7265 for information.

20-20 Design In-Person Training

Level l: Introduction to 20-20 Design Software (v8.1 - v9.1)



20-20 Design Level I Course Description

20-20 Design Training Level l: Introduction to 20-20 Design is an overview intended for users that are new to 20-20 Design software. It teaches the core competencies required to be productive at this level. Upon successful completion of Level l, students will be able to use 20-20 Design to design, quote and order the most common kitchens sold in the US today (basic L shape, U shape, and variations with simple islands and/or peninsulas).

Note: All topics covered in this class apply to both versions 8.1 and 9.1

Topics Covered

  • Navigating the Main Screen
  • Using Menus and Toolbars
  • Laying Out Walls
  • Working with Wall Properties
  • Creating Construction Lines
  • Placing Doors and Windows
  • Placing Cabinets and Fillers
  • Placing Appliances
  • Auto-Designing Countertops and Moldings
  • Adding Notes to a Plan
  • Saving Design Files
  • Using Online Help
  • Printing Floor Plans and Elevations
  • Generating Renderings
  • Assigning Doorstyles and Pricing
  • Getting a Quick Price
  • Getting a Quote and Item List
  • Using NKBA Design Assistants

Who should attend this class

  • Kitchen and Bath Designers who are new to the industry but possess the prerequisites listed below
  • Experienced designers drawing and pricing by hand who want to learn to use Computer-Aided Design and Sales software
  • Designers who have used an earlier version of 20-20 Design (5.x or lower) and want to upgrade their skills
  • Designers who have used other Computer-Aided Design and Sales software that now want to transition to 20-20 Design software
  • People changing careers who are seeking jobs as Kitchen and Bath designers


To be successful in Level l a Kitchen Designer/Salesperson should have a minimum of three months of full time kitchen design and sales experience or have attended NKBA's Kitchen Starter course; and, should already possess basic computer skills acquired from using other Windows based software applications.


$295 ($270 if taken as Fast Track Day One)[1]

[1] Post-training interviews indicate that students who take Level l and Level ll on consecutive days are much more productive when they return to work. We strongly encourage students at this level to take our Fast Track consisting of Level l and Level ll on consecutive days.















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