Seminars: offer to network members

January 23, 2009

I previously blogged on the new training structures we were putting in place. That includes three advanced one day seminars which I will run (Accreditation is now Steve and Michael). They are:

  • Narrative research designed for the professional researcher and academics as well as current practitioners;
  • Knowing in a virtual world which looks at the use of social computing & knowledge management (seen as a strategic tool) designed for all levels;
  • Complexity in human systems which is a more academic introduction to the application of CAS to human systems with the same target audience as Narrative.

All three are running in Amsterdam through February and the complexity one is in London on the 3rd February. We organised them all at pretty short notice as we wanted to get them out there so I would expect low numbers (which means they can be more personal) but its time to develop the material and move the agenda on. For all existing Cognitive Edge members we are making a special offer: 20% off for you and/or up to two guests for this first set of courses only. This discount also applies to any existing customers who want to use the seminars as a part of their current projects. Just let Dawn know when you book.

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