Standard courses can be delivered in a traditional classroom environment or online. We can also deliver bespoke courses at your own offices or a Pitney Bowes Software Training Centre.
Designed to help users accomplish goals and make the most of their investment, all courses emphasise the practical application of our products and are ideal for both end users and developers with skill levels ranging from beginner to advanced. Pitney Bowes Software training consultants can also customise and tailor programs to meet specific training needs or requirements.
Introduction and Level 1 courses focus on introducing the user to the product, allowing them to become familiar with the interface, terminology and capabilities. Our Intermediate and Level II courses move beyond the basics and introduce advanced users to techniques in data analysis and presentation.
Training Courses Available Include:
|Encom Discover 3D||F2F|
|Intermediate Discover and MapInfo Professional||F2F|
|Introduction to Discover and MapInfo Professional||F2F/Online|
|Introduction to MapBasic||F2F/Online|
|MapInfo Exponare Administrator||F2F|
|MapInfo Professional Level I||F2F/Online|
|MapInfo Professional Level II - Geographic Analysis & Presentation||F2F/Online|
|MapInfo Professional Level II - Map Creation & Data Management||F2F/Online|
Below is the training calendar for Jan to June 2016. Click on Course Name to view the course details. If you would like to discuss holding training that is not listed below, please contact us.
F2F = Face to Face
Interactive web-based training
We offer online short courses which combine the convenience of learning at your desk with the guidance of a trained instructor. Courses are run on an on-demand basis costing $300 per person.
For a full list of short courses available and course descriptions click here.
What our customers say
"The training provided was of a high standard, with a great balance between practical and non practical elements."
"The trainer obviously knows his subject inside out and nothing seemed to phase him."