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2902.0 - Census Update (Newsletter), Nov 1998  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/11/1998   
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CDATA96 Training


Specialised CDATA96 training is conducted in each ABS State Office. In addition to classroom training workshops, ABS Sales staff are also available on a consultancy basis to assist clients on-site with getting established with CDATA96, or to assist in developing a complex CDATA96 application.

CDATA96 training allows you the opportunity to seek clarification on any problems encountered and allows for more experienced users to pass on relevant hints and tips in relation to CDATA96 use.

David Harry from our ACT Sales office conducted CDATA96 training for over 100 Commonwealth and ACT Government clients from April to August 1998, using the ABS technical training rooms.

The training workshops were run over two half days, with each participant having CDATA96 on their own computer terminal. The first half day covered the standard features and setting of options in CDATA96. The second half day covered importing and exporting, complex mapping and data queries, and writing SQL queries.

Clients who attended the course were given evaluation forms at the completion of their training and many indicated how helpful the workshops had been. Many clients stated that the CDATA96 training course was very useful and had made learning how to use CDATA96 interesting and enjoyable.

Feedback received stated that the clients not only learnt more about CDATA96 functionality, thus gaining optimum benefit out of the product, but also had the opportunity to solve their difficult work problems using CDATA96.

You can book an ABS CDATA96 Training Workshop or on-site consultancy by contacting your State ABS Office, or registering your enquiry on the Order Form.

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