Onsite Training

Please note that the following news item is an archived article. Therefore any links and information may now be out of date.

While a place on one of our open training courses fits many users, the proposition of an onsite course offers a variety of additional benefits:
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  • Run a course for up to 6 hands-on delegates.  An onsite course starts to become an economically viable option for many organisations when as few as two potential delegates have been identified.
  • Impose a minimum of disruption on staff.  Delegates on training courses held at their offices need not worry about making travel arrangements, organising accommodation, etc.
  • Train in context.  Running a course at your offices allows for additional flexibility – if you have a particular example for a specific query it can be all the easier to pop next door and get it!
  • Team building.  As well as taking the time to focus on the same thing for a set period of time training can help identify the collective talents of the individuals on a course.  As events progress delegates often gain not only a better understanding of the software, but also a better understanding of what their colleagues might need.  This often distils itself into developing a practical workflow, delegates taking up a role which plays to their strengths whilst encouraging those who are less confident.

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Note that we have recently invested in training laptops to support these efforts.  This means we have the hardware necessary in a Pelicase – all you need provide is a training space, refreshments and an internet connection!

 

If you’d like to know more please contact training@keynetix.com for an initial commitment-free enquiry.  If you’re able to provide an idea of the number of delegates you’d like trained, the content of interest and an indication of timescale this too is helpful.

 

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