My team and I just published a small but important update to the iNTERFACEWARE website: The ability to book and pay for your training sessions online!
I know, I know — it’s probably not the most exciting website update ever, but for the dozens and dozens of people who are signing up every month for our Toronto-based Iguana 5 training sessions, I know it’s going to be a real time saver.
The feedback from the trainings has been amazing. We’ve even managed to get a few people on camera talking about their experience, so I’ll post those here in a week or two. The great thing about the videos is that you get to hear first hand just how advantageous it is to come visit us, learn about Iguana and share ideas with the other participants.
Anyway, if you want to book your session – for both Iguana 5 Training and HL7 Training – just visit the link below.
Can’t wait to meet some of you in person!
…Try saying that three times fast!
Or better yet: join us for one of the in-depth Iguana 5 training sessions that we’ve started offering on-site in Toronto.
It’s been a few weeks since we kicked off our inaugural session and I can tell you that the entire experience was a huge success.
Training people is not only about simply showing features, rules or workflow. It’s really about finding ways to make the content relevant to the problems the participants see in the real world. That’s why training here at our Toronto office makes for such a complete training experience. On top of the fantastic curriculum our team has put together, having the training here means access to the various skills and experience the iNTERFACEWARE team has to offer.
With this first session under our belt, we’re now gearing up for a number of Toronto training sessions — which are selling out rather quickly — and we invite all customers and potential customers to book a spot today.
Understanding the fundamentals of Iguana 5 and the Iguana Translator, along with learning from the experts about ideal implementations, can significantly decrease deployment times and can make the difference between delivering a project over-or-under budget.
Have a look at our training agenda and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
Updated: This post lead to a number of requests for HL7 and Iguana Training. We’ve recently updated our website to offer online registration for both and more information can be found here: Iguana and HL7 Training
Last week I had the pleasure of traveling to Boston, Massachusetts to attend the HL7 Educational Summit. The summit and the instructors were fantastic and it was great to spend time talking with the other participants. For those unfamiliar, the HL7 organization offers various forms of HL7 training and HL7 certification. During the educational summits, you can sign-up for 2 full days of classes followed by an optional certification exam. The classes are quite intense and it’s highly recommended that you read Chapters 2 and 2A of the standard before arriving. Unlike our training – which is geared towards real-world design and implementation - I think the educational summit classes are best suited for people who – like me – are interested in understanding the micro-details of the standard.
This year, I thought I’d brush up on my HL7 v2.6 knowledge, so I signed up for the classes and even elected to take the HL7 v2.6 Control Specialist certification exam. Nothing like the fear of an exam to make sure you pay attention during class!