OnSSI Announces Upcoming Ocularis Training Schedule

OnSSI has released their Ocularis training schedule for the first half of 2015.

Two offerings are available to help OnSSI’s partners and customers enhance their skill sets as needed. The four-day Channel Partner Boot Camp covers the entire suite of products, while the two-day Basic Ocularis Training course includes the mainstay feature sets of Ocularis PS, IS and CS.

Effective January 1, 2015, like Ocularis PS & IS, certification will no longer be required for Ocularis CS. However, it will be required that you are a Channel Partner to make purchases for all models of Ocularis, except Ocularis PS.

“Our hands-on programs offer customized training and best practices needed to confidently install, manage and maintain Ocularis product solutions,” said Diane Jecker, department manager of Technical Writing & Educational Training, OnSSI. “VMS technology usage is rapidly expanding in the industry and our Ocularis training will help to support that growth.”

Boot Camp Training is scheduled as follows for the first half of 2015:

January 13-16  ̶  Edison, NJ

January 27-30  ̶ Chicago, IL

February 10-13  ̶  Blue Ash, OH

February 24-27  ̶  Houston, TX

March 24-27  ̶  Oklahoma City, OK

May 5-8  ̶  Troy, MI

June 9-12  ̶  Burlington, MA                                                    

Basic Ocularis Training is scheduled as follows for the first half of 2015:

January 7-8  ̶  Orlando, FL

January 22-23  ̶   Columbia, MD

February 4-5  ̶  Virginia Beach, VA

April 8-9  ̶  Burlington, MA

New Ocularis training classes are added weekly.

Graduates of the programs leave with Ocularis certification which is valid for two years.

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