Collider Users Training

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The Users Briefing explains the training requirement.  It is also available in Japanese and Russian languages.  The Collider Users Training Guide may be read prior to attending the classroom presentation. 

 

Classroom training for Collider Users will be routinely scheduled for Mondays at 1:00 pm, Snyder Seminar Room, Building 911. The schedule may be altered, however, due to Holidays, extended shutdown periods, etc. For a current schedule, go to http://training.bnl.gov/. 

 

If you wish, you may preview the training slides.  Training will also be scheduled at other times and other locations to accommodate collaboration meetings and other special situations.  Contact Peter Cirnigliaro for further information. 

 

If you have taken the classroom training at least once and wish to take the Challenge Exam in order to maintain your qualification, then an on-line exam is available at:

http://training.bnl.gov/course/Challenge/

 

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