If you are a new or an existing user of our software and you wish to extend your knowledge or refresh your skills we have training to suit your needs.
Our experienced trainers have extensive knowledge of our Library Management Systems and visit you on site to deliver training in your own library environment using your data and resources.
- * Cataloguing, managing and tracking resources
- * Adding borrowers and staff
- * Editing and sending reminders
Plus much more...
- * Creating barcode labels for borrowers and resources
- * Producing reports
- * Customise your system and save time using Page Views
Training will be delivered at a level and pace tailored to your needs and experience with the system. We aim to make the training an individual experience based on your own requirements, leaving you much more confident with your system.
Feedback from our clients tells us that our training packages are a valuable experience. There are options to suit everybody from site visits including installation, training only days and online hourly sessions focussed on specific areas chosen by you.
Make sure you are getting the most out of the system by booking your training now.
We also offer bulk cataloguing of school library resources as a separate service
If you would like further information or would like to book training/cataloguing or installation please click here.
* Please note training/cataloguing is only available to clients who subscribe to the Help Desk
I just wanted to say many thanks for the great training day yesterday.
We feel really inspired now!
Mrs Tricia Barrett
Felpham Community College
Thank you very much for the session this morning.
It was really excellent.
Kim and I thoroughly enjoyed the training session on Thursday, you were able to answer all the questions on my list and more! We found the session very relaxed and nothing was a bother for you and you made the day for us stress free and enjoyable. We are both excited now to get started and sort out the library and get it working the way we would like, thank you again.
Jacqueline Birnie and Kim de Jäger
Aberdeen School for the Deaf