New service from Hardent offers electronic design engineers the freedom to take on-demand continuing education courses online on their own terms.
Hardent announced today the offering of on-demand Xilinx online courses, a new service that was developed in collaboration with VAI Technology. As an exclusive authorized Xilinx training provider for Canada and much of the east coast of North America, Hardent is constantly evolving and utilizing new technology to better service the semiconductor and electronics industry worldwide.
Given the fast-paced nature of the industry, companies face increased pressure to deliver their electronics products while adhering to tight schedules. As such, electronic design engineers, HDL designers and system architects find it difficult to stay up to date with the latest cutting edge technology and allocate the time to attend training sessions. “For the last 16 months, Hardent has also been offering online training with a live instructor, a service that has become very popular“ said Simon Robin, CEO and founder of Hardent. “The new electronics training courses will give students higher level of autonomy and flexibility, as a complement to the live instructor-led offering.”
The new online electronics courses will offer students the ability to follow the course online at the pace, schedule and setting of their choice. “Now that Hardent is offering Xilinx online training courses 24/7, our customers can keep pace with the latest technology and learn new skills on their own terms without impacting deadline commitments for key projects or making difficult scheduling trade-offs,” said Jason Fegley, Global Training Solutions Manager at Xilinx.
Pre-recorded, these training sessions will be offered by the same experienced instructors that Hardent uses for both their face-to-face and live online training. To introduce the new on-demand training service, Hardent has chosen to offer two courses in online format: “The Essentials of TCL Scripting” and “The Essentials of the 7 Series FPGAs”. As the demand grows, Hardent will introduce additional online course subjects allowing engineers to get more electronics training online.
For further information on how to sign up to one of Hardent’s new on-demand online electronics courses, please visit Hardent’s Website. To take a course with a live instructor, visit the live online training section.
Hardent is a professional services firm offering engineering, management consulting and training in the electronics and semiconductor industry. It serves as a partner in improving product engineering processes, enhancing team skills and accelerating time-to-market to increase the company’s competitive advantage. Hardent helps its customers become leaders in their fields by understanding their needs and challenges and offering innovative solutions through result-oriented problem-solving consulting, engineering and training/coaching professional services.