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Open GI User Group - Member Days 2012

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Building on the continuing success of the classroom sessions held at the User Group AGMs over the past few years, we are now delighted to announce the launch of our exclusive Member Days for 2012


These days have been set-up specifically to deliver Membership workshops where we can offer focused Training and Consultancy sessions to help maximise use of the technology within your business, at every level.


Subjects to be covered will include use of Microsoft Outlook and Excel as well as a general IT Questions and Answer surgery – all aimed at improving office efficiency and getting the most out of your Open GI software and related applications.


Dates and venues will be confirmed shortly along with more details on the sessions to be held. Meanwhile, if you have any particular subjects you would like to see included or areas of specific interest, then let us have your thoughts by posting your comments here

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The first Members Day has been confirmed and will be held on Thursday, 20th September 2012, at The Ramada Bristol City Hotel, Redcliffe Way, Bristol, BS1 6NJ.


You can register your interest without obligation by contacting the open GI User Group Administrator as below. Final details will be published soon and numbers will be limited so don't delay!


Barbara Pena - Administrator


Open GI User Group

Room 20

Gresham Chambers

14 Lichfield Street




Telephone: 01902-426363

Mail: barbara@openusergroup.org

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