Consider On-Site AGi32 training if you are scheduling training for multiple people. On-Site training is cost effective, convenient and timely. This option can save you hundreds of dollars in additional expenses and allows you to schedule AGi32 training at your facility with a minimal loss of productivity.
On-Site training is available for facilities in the US and Canada with a minimum of 6 students required.
On-Site training in other international locations is provided through the AGi32 representative in each region. International requirements and course offerings may be different than in North America.
When our instructor comes to you, you don't have to pay for the additional expenses of hotel, airfare, car rental and meal reimbursement for each person. Productivity costs also remain low as you won't lose travel days coming back and forth from one of our standard training locations.
We'll bring our training curriculum to you, allowing your students to learn at their own pace on their own computers. AGi32 Educational software is provided for the class duration to those who don't have AGi32 licenses. AGi32 classes can be scheduled for any two consecutive days during the week to match your schedule.
Setting aside dedicated time for training allows your staff to become more productive on the industry's leading software program quickly and easily. Students learn how to use AGi32 in all aspects of lighting application, from photometric inspection to presentation output.
On-Site training is priced at $875 USD per person. This price includes two days of interactive training, training manuals, and instructor expenses. Three-day classes are $1075 USD per person.
Trainee is responsible for providing training facility with a computer for each student and a projector capable of displaying XVGA (1024 x 768) resolution. AGi32 requires Windows 8, 7, or Vista based computers, modern processors (minimum dual core, quad-core recommended), and at least 2 GB RAM (32-bit OS) or 4 GB RAM (64-bit OS); twice that is recommended. Modern computers are strongly encouraged for fast calculational ability and iterative scenario simulation.
Contact Lighting Analysts at firstname.lastname@example.org for scheduling and additional information.