Maya Angelou once said, “When you know better, you do better.” Here at Cvent, we take that to heart and encourage our clients to do the same. Whether you learn by watching, listening, or doing, our training can accommodate your needs. One training avenue, Training Workshops, caters to all learning types with in-person, hands-on training focusing on areas of the system you can’t succeed without.
What Is It?
This quarter, our Training Workshops are focusing on our Reporting module. Give your team members the opportunity to absorb reporting how-tos and best practices from Cvent Academy Training Experts. In these 3.5-hour sessions, users will have the opportunity to create and customize various event reports to better organize event data and summarize successes. Bring your team and your laptops to get the greatest value from the training.
Who Should Come?
Whether you’re new to Cvent or a Cvent celebrity this training could benefit you! This training gives your users the unique opportunity to experience hands-on, face-to-face learning with Cvent trainers in a small environment perfect for asking questions and diving deeper. Your users can apply the learning immediately in live events or completed events. Even long-term users can learn new skills with dedicated training time. This is a great opportunity to elevate your teams’ knowledge and system skills. The only requirements to attend are an active Event license with a launched event and general Cvent use experience.
When and Where?
Workshop check-in begins at 8:30 am with formal training beginning at 9 am and training wrapping up at 12:30 PM with a Cvent provided lunch. Check out our current schedule for dates in your area.
We hope to see you soon at a training near you!
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This post was authored by Samantha Hedrick, Onboarding Specialist at Cvent. After completing a degree in Marketing, Sam found a passion for business research and writing in Client Success. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, reading, and learning something new! Originally from Michigan, she isn't a fan of the cold and is drawn toward warmer climates!