With technology rapidly changing and new challenging time-to-market requirements introduced every year, staying up to date with the latest Xilinx and FPGA technology has become more and more difficult. With project deadlines looming, engineers do not have time to leave their desks for a few days of training to master new technologies and methodologies.
That’s why Hardent now offers live Xilinx online training such as the SystemVerilog, DSP, and FPGA online courses for those organizations that do not have time to send their engineers to a classroom outside their facility. The advantages of online training are numerous: there is no travel cost, and engineers can work in their customary working environment, with a greater flexibility in schedule. To learn more, watch Hardent's Online Training video.
The material presented in the live online courses is identical to that taught at Hardent’s face-to-face Xilinx training sessions, but Hardent has specifically redesigned the structure of some of their SystemVerilog, DSP, and FPGA training classes to fit into a Web-based teaching process. The courses are led by experienced electronic design experts with vast practical and theoretical knowledge in the field they instruct. In addition to a live Web-based presentation, trainees receive their course books and headset in advance which allow them to sit comfortably in their own working environment and follow the instructor.
From FPGA online training through Xilinx PlanAhead, SystemVerilog, and DSP e-training to VHDL design, the courses are presented at both the intermediate and advanced levels, and at arranged-upon times. Further below you can find some of the most common questions we receive from potential trainees.
All face-to-face courses are available in an online training format as well. Check for specific online Xilinx training at Hardent's training schedule page.
Is live online training for me?
This depends on your situation. Some common criteria that trainees have used to determine whether online training is for them include:
How does live Xilinx online training work?
With Hardent, you will get everything you need in advance, including demo licensed software, a headset, course book and a Web training login. Once any of the training sessions begin, you will be able to speak to and hear the instructor. During the Hardent and Xilinx online training sessions, your instructor will have complete access to training assignments and online training material, so that the trainer would be able to answer any questions that you may have.
Is the material covered the same as in Hardent’s regular Xilinx training?
Every lecture and lab covers the same material that is covered in the face-to-face training. The only difference is you cannot physically see your instructor. Classes run the same number of hours, but the schedule can be adjusted to allow for shorter training periods. All the training documentation, manuals, trial software, and hardware (if required) by the participant will be sent prior to the beginning of the class.
Can I get a private class?
Can I ask questions during a class?
Yes. You always have a live microphone setup with the instructor who is ready to offer further explanations and guidance for any concern you may have. There is also a live chat room available.
Who will be teaching my class?
Hardent’s instructors are widely recognized as industry experts in their respective domains. Your instructor will have vast practical experience and knowledge to share with you, and will even be able to advise you on the specifics of your related challenges.
How do I pay for Live Online Training?
We accept Xilinx training credits, VISA, MasterCard, check, or a purchase order. Payment must be received at least 10 days before online training class begins, unless other arrangements have been made. Click here for Hardent's online training registration page.
Will there be any additional costs for phone usage throughout the online course?
No. All voice conversation will take place over the Internet, or if necessary we will provide you a toll-free number in North America.
Who should I contact for more information?