Training
CMMS and CAFM Training

Training is vital — both for new customers and for those looking to optimize an existing system. By learning the basics at the start of an implementation project, you and your organization will get up to speed quickly — saving effort, time, and money, and minimizing problems down the road.

For customers with pre-existing systems, training is great for educating new employees and expanding your use of the software to take advantage of new features and processes.

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About Training

MicroMain offers a comprehensive line-up of training opportunities to meet the needs of any organization. Training is offered for all products at the following locations:

  • MicroMain Training Center (Austin, TX)
  • Regional Training Centers (various locations throughout the US)
  • On-site (your location)
  • Online via the internet

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Bundle Training with Services

To get your organization up to speed with your maintenance and/or facility management software, MicroMain recommends taking advantage of our service packages. Whether you are looking to install a new system or optimize an existing one, these packages are designed to combine training and implementation services into one low-cost bundle — saving your company time and money.

Choose Training to Meet Your Needs

Training for all of your primary users is best delivered on-site whenever possible. Some of our customers begin by sending one or more persons responsible for the implementation to MicroMain headquarters for Introductory Training, then follow-up with customized on-site or online training as required. Specialized Training is perfect for customers with an existing system who want to expand their use of the software — such as tracking new information, generating new reports, and taking better advantage of built-in features.

  • Introductory Training for Maintenance Management
    Maintenance Management Introductory Training is a 2-day small group class where each participant works hands-on at their own workstation. The class covers how to organize your maintenance data, navigation, and the main features of the system. 

  • Advanced Training for Maintenance Management
    Advanced Training is a 1-day small group class where each participant works hands-on at their own workstation. The class is guided by student questions and covers administrative functions such as system security, accounts, and utilities as well as advanced features and reports.

  • Introductory Training for Facility Management
    Facility Management Introductory Training is a 2-day small group class where each participant works hands-on at their own workstation. The class covers organizing your facility data, space planning, personnel tracking, move management and the main features of the system.

  • Specialized Training
    The advantage of specialized training is that you can often train using your own database – allowing you to ask specific questions and resolve issues during training. And if delivered on-site, you will have the ability to interact with your staff as needed.