Perth and Sydney Training Seminars Announced – March 2017

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It is a new year and there is lots to learn, skills to improve and efficiencies to be found. To help our users gets the most out of their investment, Migration Manager will be holding our popular training seminar days in Perth on the 3rd of March and Sydney on the 10th of March. Early bird tickets are now on sale.

Our training days are made up of two seminars. In the morning we  hold our Key Fundamentals Training seminar for those who are new to Migration Manager or those who just want to brush up on the key parts of Migration Manager (such as creating files, merging forms, the basics of using Portal etc). In the afternoon we hold a separate Advanced Training Seminar. The Advanced course builds on what was covered in the Key Fundamentals seminar and goes into some of the more complicated parts of the program (such as creating your own checklist templates) or the more technical features (such as setting up the Portal). The Advanced course also includes a session on the basics of the Accounts System.

Both sessions will also cover a number of new features that will have either just been released or will be due for release in the near future – in the morning Key Fundamentals session we will be covering new features such as the Automated Email Capture, Client Portal and the soon to be released new Documents tab, whilst in the afternoon Advanced Training Seminar we will be covering new features such as Conflict Checks and the new Web Assessment tools, plus a few other yet to be announced items.

As with our previous seminars, we recommend you book early as they are very popular and they do tend to sell out – our previous Sydney and Melbourne sessions sold out in just a few days (there is also currently an early bird special for those who book early). We hope to see you at one of our seminars as we know you will definitely benefit from it.

Full details of these seminars and the booking pages can found on our Perth and Sydney event pages. Details on our previously announced Melbourne seminars can be found on our Melbourne event’s page.

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