In-Reach Training Requests ---

This page collects training requests for in-reach training within the EMI project. All members are encouraged to add suggested topics here. A mechanism for indicating priority of topics will be investigated, in the meantime, please add the following information with your suggestions: topic, description, requestor, suggested audience, timeline

A history of past in-reach training is available at EmiNa2T3InreachSessions.

Topic Description Requestor Suggested Audience Timeline
Obtaining, installing and using each middleware / product Documentation and online courses covering installation and use of the products Kathryn Cassidy All EMI members Documentation available at Training on installing EMI components given at EMI Technical Conference
Software stack and components the software stack of each middleware and how the components work together Kathryn Cassidy All EMI members Face-to-face session held at EGI Technical Forum 16th September 2010. Materials available at EmiNa2T3InreachSessions and online versions of these are in development
ETICS how to build your project in ETICS Christian Bernardt Product Teams Online training held on ETICS and other EMI tools 24th February 2011. Recording available at
Certification, change management and release management guidelines online training courses on some of the project-wide guidelines Morris Riedel Product teams Online training held on 3rd March 2011. Recording available at
Using the EMI Testbed How to use the EMI Testbed   Product Teams Online training held 1st March 2011. Recording available at
QA Process an online course covering the QA process     See Certification, change management and release management training above

-- KathrynCassidy - 16-Dec-2010

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