We offer public training classes through our worldwide network of training partners.
|Online||Online||Simio University: Simio Fundementals||Simio|
|October 5-8, 2020||Washington, DC USA||Simio Standard Training||Mosimtec|
|November 2-5, 2020||Sewickley, PA USA||Simio Standard Training||Simio|
|December 7-10, 2020||Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa||Introduction to Simio and Simulation||SET|
|December 7-10, 2020||Calgary, Canada||Simio Standard Training||Mosimtec|
(Course instructed in Spanish)
|Bi - monthly||Istanbul||Simio Standard Training
Turkce Simio Temel Egitimi
|Any*||Your site or virtual||Customized for your needs||Contact Greer Stasko at Simio|
For additional information or to enroll select the contact above, email@example.com, or +1-412-259-5870.
*On-site, custom, and virtual courses are available on demand, see below.
We offer both standard and customized training classes that can be taught at your preferred time and location. These classes offer the opportunity to focus the training material on the types of applications that you encounter. The on-site training class can also be extended to include "jump-start" consulting on one or more specific modeling applications. Please contact us or one of our partners above for more information on this option.
Virtual training is live training conducted over the Internet providing the maximum level of convenience with no travel costs or time. It is most suitable for small groups of one to six people and best conducted in multiple short sessions (typically 2 hours per session).
Virtual training can be very effective. It can be customized to your needs and can focus on the types of applications that you encounter. The virtual training can also be extended to include "jump-start" consulting on one or more specific modeling applications. Please contact us or one of our partners above for more information on this option.
Over 800 universities are already using Simio and the number is growing almost daily. To find a university near you that teaches Simio look here or contact us. To find out how your university can start teaching the latest in simulation software, view our Academic Resources.