U of I WebStore is offering a certified LabVIEW training Boot Camp in the Digital Computing Laboratory (Room 1320) from May 14, 2012 through May 17, 2012 at a cost of $50 per attendee. Classes will be held Monday through Wednesday, from 8:30am - 5:00pm and Thursday beginning at 8:30am will be predominantly review. The Certified LabVIEW Assistant Developer (CLAD) exam will be given Thursday afternoon.
The $50 enrollment fee includes attendance to all LabVIEW training sessions, a 12-month Student Edition Version of LabVIEW that expires May 2013, a LabVIEW training manual, and one attempt at CLAD certification. Typical cost for CLAD training and certification package is over $8000 per person. Getting CLAD certified through WebStore will save you over 98 percent. Six months experience using LabVIEW is recommended but not required. Anyone wanting to learn more about LabVIEW and obtain certification is welcome to attend.
All attendees must have a Windows OS computer (with LabVIEW installed), will need Internet access, and allow permission to download an activeX component to take the CLAD exam. You must attend ALL sessions to be eligible for the free CLAD certification test.
Problem Solving with LabVIEW
Trouble Shooting and Debugging Vis
Implementing a VI
Storing Measurement Data
Developing Modular Apps
Common Design Techniques and Patterns
Communicating among multiple Loops
Improving and existing VI
Controlling the User Interface
Advanced File I/O techniques
Creating and distributing apps
All sessions will be conducted by National Instruments certified instructor Peter Williams.
Classroom size is limited, so please be aware that there will be no refunds after your purchase is complete.
Enrollment closes May 1 and please email any questions to email@example.com.