System administrators, corporate trainers, helpdesk staff and power users of Novell GroupWise 7 will learn the skills to teach end users during a two-day train-the-trainer course in Sydney.
The course, run by US-based end user training provider BrainStorm, will be held at Novell's Sydney office on September 14 and 15 where 'students' will receive in-depth, hands-on instruction from GroupWise experts, according to company officials.
The $1696 training fee also includes a copy of the Novell GroupWise 7 Training Workbook and each of the GroupWise 7 Quick Start Cards containing information on the client, Web access, document management, and the cross-platform client.
Students will receive continued support after the program via a subscription to the BrainStorm GroupWise Train-the-Trainer online support forum.
Novell has previously offered training services for Australian administrators on deploying and administering its systems through channel partners, but BrainStorm will be the first of the vendor's Authorized End-User Training Partners to conduct a course in Australia.
Eric Farr, principal of BrainStorm, said the course's Australian debut is a trial run. However with the level of interest it has already received, he expects it to be successful.