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Re: New HBSMR Training Courses

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Crispin Flower <[log in to unmask]>

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SMRforum is for the circulation of information and general discussion <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 15 Apr 2002 09:05:14 +0100

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Dear all
Following David's question, the prices for all scheduled HBSMR courses is
GBP225 per day. Group bookings for 2-5 people are GBP450.
Prices for customized courses or those held on your site may vary - please
call for more details.
We intend to seek endorsement for our courses through the Archaeology
Training Forum (ATF), which then makes the courses eligible for EH subsidy
as I understand it. Support from the HBSMR Uses Group may help here if this
is what people want.

Best wishes
Crispin

-----Original Message-----
From: David Evans [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 12 April 2002 15:49
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: New HBSMR Training Courses


Could you remind me of the costs of the courses as follows
I would be interested in attending one (or all) of the following course(s)
- HBSMR Advanced Data Management     June 18th, October 8th
- HBSMR Advanced Data Retrieval and Analysis     June 19th, October
9th
- MapInfo GIS for HBSMR     June 26th, October 15th


Thank you
David Evans
Environment and Conservation

>>> [log in to unmask] 04/04/2002 14:48:28 >>>
        Dear all

        A reminder that we have created a new range of HBSMR database and
GIS courses for 2002, running on dates in June and October. The new courses
have been designed for the different archaeological roles (e.g. DC casework,
data management etc.) for which the HBSMR software is now used. We need your
support to run and develop these courses - for full details see URL below.

        The HBSMR package has been continually developing since it was first
launched, and HBSMR users and administrators need ongoing training to use
the system to best advantage. This is particularly relevant for the GIS
functionality. We are trying to provide this, and to link a progression of
courses into CPD - see our aims below.

        The range of standard one-day courses is now as follows:
        - HBSMR Operator     June 17th, October 7th
        - HBSMR Advanced Data Management     June 18th, October 8th
        - HBSMR Advanced Data Retrieval and Analysis     June 19th, October
9th
        - HBSMR System Administrator     June 25th, October 14th
        - Customizing HBSMR     June 27th
        - ArcView 3.x GIS for HBSMR     June 28th
        - MapInfo GIS for HBSMR     June 26th, October 15th
        (plus additional customized courses if required)

        We have had a positive reaction to the new courses, but we need good
attendance to ensure that they run. We need at least two people booked onto
each course for it to run, and if they do not run in June and October these
new courses may have to be dropped.

        Our general aims for the new courses are as follows:
        - to provide appropriate training to new HBSMR operators and
administrators to get them started quickly
        - to provide a range of focussed courses for existing users to
continually raise skill levels
        - to provide a progression of certificated training levels for
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
        - to give a schedule of courses well in advance to allow SMR
managers to plan their training programmes and budgets
        - to continue to provide flexible training/consultancy for specific
purposes if required
        - to seek endorsement of all of our courses by the Archaeology
Training Forum in the near future
        - to ensure that courses are affordable (prices have been kept at
2001 levels)
        - to seek feedback about our courses so we can continue to develop
them in line with user requirements

        Full details of courses with schedules and prices can be found on
our web site, under Downloads - HBSMR.
        This link should take you there:
        http://www.esdm.co.uk/listdownloads.asp?Category=HBSMR

        Please pass on this information as appropriate.

        We hope HBSMR users and managers will take this opportunity to
review their training requirements against the new courses we are offering.
These new courses will only succeed and develop if they are well attended,
so we look forward to hearing from you!

        Please call if you have any questions about the new courses.
        Best wishes
        Sarah, Tony and Crispin

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Crispin Flower
exeGesIS SDM Ltd.
Great House Barn
Talgarth
Powys
LD3 0AH
Tel: 01874 712145/711145
Fax: 01874 711156
email: [log in to unmask]
URL: www.esdm.co.uk
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



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