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IXSEA offers training courses in Aberdeen
Throughout 2009, IXSEA Aberdeen is offering regular product training on the OCTANS gyrocompass, GAPS USBL system, and PHINS INS.
Further training will be offered on the DELPH range of geophysical software. Courses are held at the IXSEA offices in the Aberdeen Science and Technology Park.
Courses are delivered by IXSEA's in-house engineering team. Training material is continuously updated to take account of the latest developments.
IXSEA also offers client specific courses and training on IXSEA's geophysical products can be arranged.
"In 2008 IXSEA Aberdeen trained over 100 people in the theory, installation and use of our inertial products," said Ed Cheesman, IXSEA's Sales Manager based in Aberdeen.
For more information, contact Ed Cheesman, UK Sales Manager by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +44 (0) 1224 355160.
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