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Training at Navis World 2019

This year we will offer Navis N4 training classes at Navis World 2019 on Monday, March 25.  There will be two courses that will be offered for a paid fee.

Sign-up for training during registration for Navis World. If you already registered for Navis World, you can modify your registration to add training.


Navis Training Takes You Through Optimizing

Navis Technical Trainer(s):  Guy Stone & Michael Halpenny

Duration:  3.5 hours

Type: Lecture and Demos / Interactive Exercises

Price: $225

Description: Small steps to big gains: Building knowledge of parameter and module relationships in XPS. How many terminals license advanced modules but are reticent to start working on them? In this workshop, our Technical Trainers start the journey from manual to automatic by exploring some of the prerequisites to a good implementation. Think strategy. Think best practice. Think outside-the-box. 

Through the use of on screen demonstrations and interactive exercises, you will see how to stop row mixing, fill to two high before hitting the third, land close to the berth, while setting Autostow to minimize weight inversion or pulling from different blocks sequentially. These are just a few examples of how you will learn how to utilize both modules together to see your ideals reached with your goals firmly in sight.


IT Bootcamp for Administrators

Navis Technical Trainer(s):  Nestor Perez & William Pack

Duration:  3.5 hours

Type: Lecture and Demos / Interactive Exercises

Price: $225

Description: P1's are an IT Administrator's worst nightmare. How can you prevent some of the most common situations that lead to system slow downs and crashes, and reduce downtime if it does happen?

In this workshop, you will learn strategies to monitor and troubleshoot N4, including best practices from Navis experts around startup and shutdown procedures and getting intimate with your log files.

Workshop topics include:

1.    N4 architecture

2.    Introduction to log files

3.    N4 startup and shutdown procedures

4.    Daily monitoring of N4