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Rockwell Automation launches new online training program
11/09/2004Rockwell Automation has launched a new Web-based training program designed to offer customers access to training at any time, from any location. The first courses available will support the company's integrated architecture platform, a multidiscipline control and information architecture based on industry standards, and will include instruction on the RSView Studio and RSLogix 13 software programming packages. The new online courses can be purchased individually or as a part of a training package. Information on the new online training courses is available at www.rockwellautomation.com/training.
In addition to the RSView and RSLogix training programs, the company plans to add nearly a dozen online classes during the next 12 months. Each course will include 10 to 15 hours of instruction comprised of 3-D animations, simulations, a video narrator, baseline knowledge measurement tests and final exams to gauge the effectiveness of the training. Broken into hour-long instruction sessions, the teaching material is organized for flexibility in scheduling.
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