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Nautel Brings Back Free Post-Show Training

A three-day course at the factory makes its post-COVID return

Nautel has announced the return of its annual free post-NAB Show training course, to be held in Nova Scotia in late April.

This is the first time since the pandemic that the manufacturer has offered the course. It covers three days and includes training on site preparation, safety, digital radio, Nautel equipment/software, and other topics.

“These courses are taught by experts at Nautel, the engineers designing our products and the technicians who answer your service calls,” the company states.

“However, we think the best part of the training is the conversations that happen outside the classroom. The training provides an opportunity for Nautel users to share their own tips-n-tricks with each other outside the classroom.”

Nautel also offers optional sightseeing trips, dinners and activities. Registration is free. Accommodations, airfare and other expenses are the participant’s responsibility. The event is April 24–26. Learn more and register here.

Separately, registration is also open for the company’s NUG@NAB Radio Technology Forum on Sunday April 16 at the Flamingo Las Vegas, which will include Jeff Welton’s Tips ‘n Tricks talk; Radio World Editor in Chief Paul McLane offering his take on important topics at the NAB Show; and other presentations.