Navision Training

Navision Training Options

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    Review self-help reference materials and books. Navision books and reference materials are usually the most inexpensive option to training with Navision software. According to Navision Depot the prices may range from $15 to $150 per book. The advantages of learning from a book is that it’s portable, convenient and requires no travel at all. However, the disadvantages of this training method are that skilled professionals or teachers are not readily available if questions arise, and the sources may become outdated.

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    Try self-paced DVDs or online training. This method may work for those who can easily learn in an online or computer-based environment with little or no professor interaction. The costs of online training or self-paced DVDs range from $200 to $800 per course. While this option is still cost-effective and convenient for those who don’t have time to physically sit in a classroom, the disadvantage is again the absence of professional help when questions arise.

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    Find a local instructor-led course. Although classroom training tends to be expensive, costing anywhere from $1,500 to $3,000, Navision Depot states that the advantage of instructor-led or face-to-face classes is receiving hands-on training and the convenience of interacting with the professor and other students. The disadvantage is that everyone may not be able to afford to pay for expensive face-to-face training.

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    Take advantage of consultant-provided custom training. Your employer may offer this option where the trainer travels to the facility. Although this option is the most expensive, costing upwards of $8,000 per week, Navision Depot states that it’s the most convenient method for training multiple professionals at one time and is customized to cater to each person’s needs.