Training

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You can download course notes, watch training videos or contact us for bespoke training courses.

Instructor Led Training

On site instructor led training

On site instructor led training is conducted by one of our instructors at your offices or our training facility in Scotland. Courses can be tailored to your specific requirements. We prefer a maximum of eight attendees to ensure each student can receive the full attention of the instructor and typically the training will run one day for each of the courses covered.

On line instructor led training

On line instructor led training uses virtual classroom technology to allow the benefits of tailored instructor lead training without the travel costs and disruption of bringing students and instructors together physically. The technology allows the instructor to share their screen, and view individual student's screens to help with tutorials and questions specific to the customer's environment. The training is broken up into 2 hour sessions, usually across a number of days to allow students to go away and practice what they have learned. We prefer a maximum of eight attendees to ensure each student can receive the full attention of the instructor and typically the training will run for 3 two hour sessions for each of the courses covered.

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Download DataPA

To follow the course examples, you will need to install DataPA on your local machine. You can download a copy of the latest DataPA install from the link below.

Download OpenAnalytics

Course: Getting Started
Course: End User
Course: Administrator
Course: Developer
Course: User Defined
Please Note: Many of our technology partners will create documentation that is specific to the business application with which they distribute DataPA OpenAnalytics. As such, if you have purchased DataPA OpenAnalytics through one of our partners, please check with them first to see if they provide documentation that is more specific to the business application you are using.

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