• Training

    PSI Energie EE

     

     

Our Seminar Program for PSIcontrol, PSIcommand and PSIpassage

General Objectives of the Seminars:

With our choice of seminars we want to reach out to as many interested parties as possible and provide the opportunity to our customers

  • To gain in-depth knowledge about specific topics,
  • To facilitate training of new employees,
  • To enable exchange on specific topics with colleagues from other companies,
  • To update existing knowledge to the state-of-the-art,
  • To specifically train and practice on PSI systems and their functions without affecting operations.

Usually the training for the systems and products of the business unit PSI Energie EE is provided as part of the projects.

Due to the increasing number of international projects, we also provide seminars and training in English as needed. The schedules are agreed upon on request.

The participants of the customer seminars receive:

  • The training agenda,
  • The presentation material (in printed and digital form),
  • Advanced and complementing material to the listed topics in digital form,
  • Coaching in our own or external seminar facitilities which meet the established EE standard,
  • A training certificate as proof of participation,
  • Feedback form for personal summary and feedback for further development of our seminars.

We continuously expand our seminar offering in coordination with our user groups. In addition, the contents of our seminars are frequently updated and expanded based on the feedback received in the seminars.

Please register for the seminars and request individual training by way of one of the listed contact options:

  • via e-mail to the assistant of Training Department
  • or by calling one of your established contact persons of the PSI Software AG in Aschaffenburg.

Your contact

Dr. Ralf Becherer
Manager Training

+49 6021 366-304
rbecherer@psi.de

or

Magdalena Dölger
Assistant Training Department

+49 6021 366-530
mdoelger@psi.de

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