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Classroom and online training available for Cabinet Vision

Cabinet Vision released its 2016 U.S. customer-training schedule, which includes an array of options for classroom and online learning.

“By offering many types of training options and services, and utilizing the latest Internet technologies, we are able to allow customers to gain the skills they need to be successful while minimizing the time impact that it has on their business,” Cabinet Vision support and services manager Jim Shaw said in a statement.

Cabinet Vision offers classroom-style training courses for one person to groups of up to 15 in four of its seven U.S. offices, or in hotel meeting rooms strategically scheduled throughout the country. It also offers one-on-one classes at its offices, or at the customer’s place of business.

Cabinet Vision’s long-distance training options include receiving live instruction over the Internet with a certified Cabinet Vision trainer or receiving instruction from a training booklet and a popular series of self-help interactive movies.

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