Scheduling for Higher Education - training

By: Info Silem  09-12-2011
Keywords: higher education

Our Training and Education Services offer tailored workshops and high-quality training sessions as part of new software implementations as well as on an on-going staff development process. Training is available at our training centre or at client sites.

  • Receive tailored professional training in your own environment or at our training centre
  • Give staff the ability to deliver high-quality schedules to students and faculty, and accurate reports to management
  • Learn from higher education scheduling experts

Keywords: higher education

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Scheduling for Higher Education - ProductOverview

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