Four times a year, Campbell Scientific offers a hands-on course in structural and geotechnical instrumentation for practicing engineers, technicians, scientists, and students. The course is taught in beautiful Logan, Utah, with ready access to national parks, skiing, mountain biking, and other outdoor recreation opportunities.
This full–week, immersive experience helps professionals understand what goes into designing, building, and maintaining integrated instrument networks for geotechnical, structural, mining, and construction applications.
Hands-on programming, networking, sensor wiring, and calibration sessions reinforce the concepts taught. Attendees will be able to network, explore new developments, earn continuing education credits, and ask project-specific questions.
Course fees are $1000 per participant, and include use of hardware, software, sensors, and daily lunch. Competing courses cost $1400 for one and a half days of content and no hands-on training. Attendance is limited, so register early. The next class begins August 12, 2013.
For more information or to register for the course, email firstname.lastname@example.org.