HoleBASE SI Training Courses Return to Systems House

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TrainingLaptopssquareFollowing the release of the new HoleBASE SI build and several requests from users, we are pleased to announce that we will be running two HoleBASE SI courses in September at our offices in Redditch.

Geotechnica has always provided a helpful and enjoyable opportunity to catch up with users old and new and this year the conversations were a lot more positive.  Yes, there is still a lot of uncertainty with regards to the future but everyone was telling the same story – we’re all very busy.  In fact, one company boss who has spent some 25 years in the industry commented “I’m busier than I’ve ever been”.

How organisation’s respond to this change in pace varies.  Some simply grin and bear it, glad for the work having endured lean times.  Some are taking on new staff, others finding it difficult to find the skilled engineers who have now taken their talents abroad.  One thing is for sure – the focus seems to have shifted to broader improvements in efficiency.  It is because of this, and the recent developments in the HoleBASE SI product range, that we are seeing a clear demand for HoleBASE SI training.

Some years ago we took the difficult decision to cease training at Systems House and focus on uploading articles and videos to The Keynetix Knowledgebase and offered free webinars.  However, following requests from several of our users, face to face training is clearly back on the agenda.

Further, after a relatively quiet period, enquiries concerning consultancy, data management checkups and training have abruptly spiked.  There is a need for face to face training once again, it seems.

In response to this we will be running two courses in September to help users get to grips with the new look HoleBASE SI.  These are:

Mastering HoleBASE SI, 11th September 2013 – an ideal introduction to the day-to-day usage of the system by typical users

Administering HoleBASE SI, 12th September 2013 – a course for those fulfilling the ‘System Manager’ role, responsible for rolling out a system which best serves the users around them

Special Offer

The cost for a place on one of these courses is £250 plus VAT.  However, as these are being run on a trial basis at this stage, we are offering a special buy-one-get-one-half-price offer to delegates who wish to come on both courses.  Follow the course links above to find out more.

 

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