RFID Essentials Online Training

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Our RFID Essentials interactive online workshop helps you understand the technology, how to apply it and where to find an ROI.

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RFID Essentials Online Training is an interactive, Web-based learning resource that puts you, the learner, in the driver's seat. Designed for end-user organizations in the early adoption phase, this course helps professionals get up to speed quickly and conveniently—with regard not only to the technology, but also to applying it profitably and planning an implementaton. Exercising critical and creative thinking in real-world, simulated applications enables you to gain lasting, actionable knowledge. Developed by three top industry experts, the course is powered by RFID Revolution.

Sign up for this course now! Your organization can shave months off an implementation by getting your entire project team up to speed early in the planning phase. Explore module 1 for free right now, and see all of the benefits RFID Essentials Online Training has to offer.

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RFID Essentials Online Training will prepare you to:

  • Identify and rank potential applications in your enterprise
  • Choose the right RFID architecture for an application
  • Speak knowledgeably with vendors
  • Measure an application's financial contribution
  • Systematically plan a pilot or implementation
  • Take the CompTIA RFID+ Certification exam, when combined with a study guide

Who this course is suited for:
Information technology (IT), financial, operations, engineering and sales professionals and managers looking to familiarize themselves with RFID technology, without spending days or weeks reading or sitting in a classroom, should attend.

Work at your own pace from any Internet connection, and acquire the working knowledge needed to advance your organization's RFID initiative. This course features numerous applications in supply chain, health-care, access-control and other environments, including 20 actual deployments producing ROI. Learn more about the course modules.

  Still not sure? Try a 15-minute sample from the exclusive YouTag Virtual Workshop for free right now, and see all of the benefits RFID Essentials Online Training has to offer.  

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Here's what these industry leaders had to say about RFID Essentials Online Training:

Duncan Wallace, Manager, RFID/GPS/Auto-ID/Label/Expertise Center, Dow Chemical
"RFID Essentials Online Training provides a great way to learn about RFID—one that is unique and beneficial to the RFID industry. I liked so many aspects of it, it's hard to single out anything in particular. I think the virtual lab experience was right on. What a great way to convey this type of activity without a real lab to work with! Bringing in EPCglobal standards was exactly the type of thing folks need to be aware of when implementing RFID. Implementing an RFID project was stressed very well, along with understanding the ROI (and various ways to determine value). Everything was well thought-out and presented in a logical fashion."

Dr. Patrick King, Global Electronics Specialist, Michelin
"RFID Essentials Online Training is an excellent learning tool for end-user companies piloting or rolling out RFID applications. Because it's online and very visual, it's well adapted to global companies. My team particularly liked its imaginative, interactive exercises. The final exam is challenging, but a good measure of a person's readiness to plan a pilot."

Will Hurst, Mobile Solutions Architect, AT&T Global Business Solutions
"Overall, I thought RFID Essentials Online Training was excellent! It's a great introductory course for people in a variety of functional areas. The presentation, interface and, most importantly, content were very good. I really liked the virtual lab (there is nothing like visualization and interaction to drive home a complex concept, and those exercises were very good), how the course was laid back and laced with humor, and the quiz and test questions (they were interesting and challenging, but appropriate and straightforward)."