Database Pros Announce First Remote FileMaker Training Series Course
CHINO HILLS, Calif., November 5, 2010 -- Well known FileMaker authors John Mark Osborne and Steven Blackwell are the first trainers authorized to teach the FileMaker Training Series for FileMaker Pro 11 remotely. Remote classes offer students the same benefits of a traditional classes like asking questions and in-class exercises but without the cost of travel and time away from work.
The FileMaker Training Series (FTS) is the official training curriculum from FileMaker, Inc. It offers a series of 12 training modules that cover a comprehensive set of topics designed to help you master the essentials of FileMaker solution development. This new series incorporates the many new features of the FileMaker 11 product line throughout the modules but stresses good programming skills for FileMaker 7, 8, 8.5, 9 and 10.
Database Pros offers the FTS modules grouped as follows:
- Planning a FileMaker 11 Solution
- Developer Skills
- Advanced Developer Skills
- FileMaker Server
The entire course covers 40 hours of training at a price of $999.00 or half the price of a traditional 5 day in-class course. The remote course is taught via GoToMeeting.
Class is held twice a week on Tuesday and Wednesday from 1pm to 3pm Eastern Standard Time for 10 straight weeks.
To find out more information or register for a class, visit the Database Pros web site.
These courses are also offered privately. Just contact the phone number below for more information.
"We have included additional examples, points and concepts from our own experiences as trainers and developers to help students meet real-life challenges,” says John Mark Osborne. "In addition, stretching out the remote course to 10 weeks allows for homework and better retention of the material."
"We feel the additional material will assist students in grasping the core elements necessary to build and maintain reliably functioning FileMaker Pro databases. In addition, Steven Blackwell will focus on how FileMaker Server and FileMaker Security contribute to reliably functioning systems that avoid the adverse consequences of systems that fail," Osborne also noted.
John Mark Osborne has been working with FileMaker Pro for the last 20 years and has become one of the leading industry experts. John Mark is co-author of the wildly popular Scriptology book and CD ROM which has become the standard for FileMaker Pro developers. Recently, he received a prestigious award from FileMaker, Inc. for developing outstanding technical resources for his popular FileMaker Pro web site, Database Pros. John Mark is also a regular speaker and trainer at MacWorld Expos and the FileMaker Developer Conference. Database Pros works closely with FileMaker, Inc. as one of 40 Platinum level FBA (FileMaker Business Alliance) members and 1 of 16 trainers authorized to teach the Professional Training Series from FileMaker, Inc. John Mark is a certified FileMaker 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 developer having passed all 5 certification exams.
Steven Blackwell is president and founder of Management Counseling Services. Steven has written a multitude of articles for FileMaker Advisor Magazine, white papers for FileMaker, Inc., a video on FileMaker security and the only book on FileMaker security ever written. Steven is a FileMaker 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 certified developer and one of 40 platinum level FBA (FileMaker Business Alliance) members. With 20 years experience in the FileMaker market, he is a legendary developer known by all.
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