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New DotNetNuke Training Webinars

By Rich Campbell

Early last year we at Engage started putting together our training materials for DotNetNuke. We’ve been delivering DNN training for almost 5 years now, but had always done it customized for individual clients, starting in 2008 we began offering Classroom training here in St. Louis. We’ve had a good turnout of attendees for our classroom training, mostly from the United States, but a few from Canada. We’ve had a number of inquiries over the years about training outside of the states. Training has given me the opportunity to travel to far off places, which is definitely fun, but for some individuals and companies having one of our trainers fly to their office, or sending someone to St. Louis, Missouri for training is just too expensive.

We’ve finally put together a few solutions for people who don’t want, or can’t afford the classroom or onsite training offerings from Engage.

We are now offering DotNetNuke Webinar training classes. We held our first class on April 22nd and had an excellent turnout and feedback for this first free session called “Introduction to DotNetNuke”. We are offering this free webinar again on May 6th, 2009, you can get signed up for the class by visiting our Virtual Classroom page. The Intro to DotNetNuke course is one hour long, and runs from 12pm CDT to 1PM CDT.

In addition to our free course, which we will offer each month, we have three other courses available at a price of $199, these courses will be held two hours each day on Tues/Wed/Thur of their respective weeks.

You can register for these classes by visiting the Virtual Classroom page

  • DotNetNuke® Essentials May 12, 2009 thru May 14, 2009.
  • Portal Administration class May 19, 2009 thru May 21, 2009.
  • Skinning Essentials class May 26 thru May 28, 2009.

Please let us know what you think of our new DotNetNuke Webinar Training offerings by commenting on this blog post!

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