Eclipse S1000D authoring (S3)
The Eclipse S1000D authoring course covers the functionality of the Contiem Eclipse S1000D plug-in, and the processes for creation of valid S1000D data modules.
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at technical authors who will produce S1000D data modules using the Eclipse plug-in for Adobe FrameMaker or PTC Arbortext.
How long is the course?
2 days on-site, or
4 half-day sessions on-line
What does the course cover?
Using FrameMaker or Arbortext
Getting ready to use Eclipse S1000D
Authoring in S1000D
Your training will be lead by a professional in the topic with many years of experience both of the subject matter and in bringing it to you, the audience. Your trainer will want to understand both your current knowledge and your learning (and business) needs. They will evolve the course during its delivery ensuring that it meets your requirements, giving you far more than just an academic presentation. You will learn what is most relevant to you and feel empowered to take the next steps in implementing your training and improving your working environment.
Where and when?
You can take your training course wherever is most convenient for you and your team. We prefer face-to-face either at your site, or at our offices in Sutton, Surry, England. However, we can also conduct all of our courses on-line avoiding travel restrictions and covid isolation issues.
All of our courses are available at a mutually suitable time between your team and the relevant specialist instructor. When you call to book we can organise all the details.
Please fill in the form below with brief details of your training requirement. One of our team will then be in touch and we will email you the full current prospectus for the course(s) you need.
If you have a specific learning requirement, you need a certain topic covered to extra depth, or you are interested in something else not covered in our standard training courses, just ask. Our greatest asset is the service we provide you, and we can cover any requirement in the Aerospace and Defence technical information world.