Dear Community Member:

The 2011/2012 TUG Night School (TNS) program is brought to you jointly by the Toronto Users Group for Power Systems and Seneca College School of Information and Communications Technology (Faculty of Science and Engineering Technology). Also, it is supported by Seneca’s Faculty of Continuing Education.

We feature weekly hands-on classes facilitated by respected IT community leaders. The classes are conducted in facilities at the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) building at York University Keele Street Campus.


Here is a quick look at our offerings and prices:

If you have questions, please contact me.

Best regards,

Mark Buchner

Mark Buchner
Executive Director
Toronto Users Group for Power Systems

 

Visit theTNS blog:

A blog is a bit of a living and breathing thing, so I wanted to make sure you got a peek at what we are planning for TNS for 2011 and 2012, in its infancy. This blog will continue to evolve and we will see posts by the various instructors and more class details. We had plenty of interest at Wednesday’s MoM, so no reason to wait further to unveil it.

Please go to http://tnsseneca.wordpress.com/ to check out our blog site and offerings. Our 2011 courses begin in November and cover web development. The agendas, speakers, times, and prices are all set.  In addition to web development, we have iSeries specific classes and a RIM development class featuring QNX starting next year.

We’ll let you know formally when the registration site is ready so you can sign up. In the mean time, post comments on the blog or email me back!


See the full calendar at:  www.tug.ca/tns/

or visit our website: www.tug.ca
for more information.

 

  TNS QR code