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February 10, 2016

New Training Format for 2016

Thought by Ray Saltini, Director, FFW Center of Excellence
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FFW is proud to announce that we have changed the format of our training sessions. After an overwhelming positive response from our free trainings, we have decided to expand our training sessions and bring them straight to you, in person. I am pleased to announce that starting on February 12 in Dallas members of the Drupal community will have the opportunity to attend our in-person trainings at various locations throughout the year. I will also be holding trainings in Chicago, Orlando, and Atlanta as part of this year’s training schedule. The training opportunities FFW will be providing at Drupal camps is still being determined, so be sure to check your local camp.

Wondering why we’re expanding our training reach? We realized that there was a need for easily accessible training in the Drupal community and we wanted to help fulfil that need. We will still be hosting our regular online trainings throughout the year, providing even more opportunities to learn many new things about Drupal. We are constantly posting new course dates and developing new content, so I encourage you to check back often.

We are still often asked why we offer such wide variety of classes for free, and the answer is simple: FFW is proud to be a part of the Drupal community and we want to do what we can to help it grow. FFW is highly committed to helping organizations and individuals adopt Drupal successfully. At FFW, we believe great training helps create great, results-oriented websites. That's a win-win-win for you, Drupal, and FFW.

Please consider supporting the Drupal Association instead. Individual membership is only $15.

I hope to see you in an online training session, meet you in person at one of our new training locations, or at any of the other many Drupal events FFW will sponsor in 2016. Until then, please contact me if you have any questions about the FFW Center of Excellence.


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