Campbell Scientific Canada offers various training courses throughout the year at our Edmonton facility and at locations across the country. Our instructors are highly skilled and have extensive experience with our equipment. They are easily approachable, can answer all of your questions and can even help you with some trouble shooting during the course. We strive to provide a comfortable and relaxed learning environment where students can focus on improving their skills with our data acquisition equipment.
CSC offers a standard 2-day hands-on training course for our dataloggers and software. This comprehensive course is designed for those without much datalogger experience, or for those wanting to increase their knowledge. It is intended for students from all disciplines. The course has an emphasis on programming and "hands-on" programming exercises are used to reinforce the concepts covered by the instructors. This class is based around LoggerNet and the CR1000, but is relevant for users that have a CR3000, CR1000, CR800, or one of the CR200X series dataloggers.
CSC offers an advanced 2-day hands-on training course for our dataloggers and software. This comprehensive course is designed for those with some experience and who have already completed the Basic CR1000 training. It is intended for students from all disciplines. The course has an emphasis on communications and advanced programming such as multiplexers, serial communication, Internet protocols, etc. Programming exercises are used to reinforce the concepts covered by the instructors. This class is based around LoggerNet and the CR1000, but is relevant for users that have a CR3000, CR1000, CR800, or one of the CR200X series dataloggers.
An Advanced CR1000 course is scheduled for early 2014, dates TBD. If you are interested in registering for this course, please contact Julie Blais at 780.454.2505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSC is hosting a free 2-day workshop where we will be featuring a unique flux measurement instrument, the Kipp & Zonen Large Aperture Scintillometer (LAS) MkII system. The event will include presentations and discussions by Kipp & Zonen and Campbell Scientific related to the LAS system and it’s comparison to Eddy Covariance systems. The workshop will also include a hands on component with the related instrumentation. Registration closes September 30, 2013.
Not seeing the training you need? We can accommodate your training needs by organizing a custom course for you or your company either at your location or at our facility here in Edmonton. Contact Campbell Scientific to discuss your custom course.
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