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Training Season Begins Again Soon!

by Jessica Ahrens on October, 12 2015 in Ag Leader

Ag Leader is excited to announce that the winter training dates are now posted and ready for you to enroll! We’ve added new courses to both our dealer and customer course catalog that are sure to make even our most seasoned users more efficient with their Ag Leader products.  

Dealers can once again register to attend the New Employee Bundle, Displays & Data Management Clinic, GPS 300 and the new Spring Clinic. The Spring Clinic is a two-day course offering hands-on experience with all of the spring season products – from planting and seeding to fertilizer application.  Another new addition to the dealer catalog is the online AgFiniti® Overview course, which will provide you with details about all of the tools built into the web portal.  Dealers can view the entire schedule and sign up to attend classes through the Ag Leader Academy portal.

Customers and dealers are all welcome to attend any of the SMS™ Basic, SMS™ Advanced, SMS™ Certified, and Water Management classes. Customers also have new course offerings this winter – a Displays & Data Management Clinic and Spring Clinic. These are both one day, hands-on courses focusing on how all of your Ag Leader products work together seamlessly and how to prepare for next spring’s planting, seeding and fertilizing applications. To view a complete course list and view registration details, visit the Ag Leader Training Page.

These courses, whether taken individually or bundled together will equip you with the skills and hands-on knowledge to be better prepared for the upcoming seasons. We look forward to seeing you this winter!
 

Jessica Ahrens

Jessica started at Ag Leader in April of 2008. She is a member of the SMS Software Support team focusing training and documentation. Jessica grew up in Pana, Illinois on a grain and cattle farm. She graduated from Iowa State University in 2003 with a degree in Animal Science. After graduation Jessica worked for agricultural technology companies that provided electronic platforms for tracing animal movements and seed ordering/grain merchandising programs.

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