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    tridium

    Has anyone here been to tridium university at Richmond or the training center in California?

    Do you recommend it or training simular near alabama?

    Thanks for you time.
    Last edited by bama 101; 01-15-2010 at 07:51 AM.
    The only dumb question is the one you don't ask.
    Everyone starts out not knowing everything so when in doubt ask.
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    Was in Richmond in November. I would recommend it. You will be taught a lot and be lucky if you remember half of it. Be sure you go with your head screwed on tight. Its an intense week.
    "Controls is a lifestyle not a job" -klrogers

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    Thanks for your reply.
    The only dumb question is the one you don't ask.
    Everyone starts out not knowing everything so when in doubt ask.
    Even i still ask questions.

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    I went to Richmond about four years ago. Thats where I would go, you will get to meet alot of the Tridium guys there.
    Go Rangers!

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    I also went to Richmond, Gerard Huff taught my class. He made the class fun but as the post above said, the week is very intense.

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    nothing too it. i wasn't worried at all about the test.



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    Damn!!!! I think the test took me almost 9 hrs. Got a real good score though.
    "Controls is a lifestyle not a job" -klrogers

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    Went to Richmond as well. I think it is a must.
    He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes. He who does not ask any questions is a fool forever.

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    I went in 2001, very good class. I remember my test taking about 8 hours, it was tough. Almost as tough as my NICET Level II test.

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    Cool

    Thanks for your replies..

    I currently work for a local school and need to learn more about ddc controls and software but i'm very green so i hope i am not jumping in to deep to get started. I currently have honeywell controllers(W7750 C2001controllers)
    and UNC410-1 front ends on a lon network but have been doing alot of studing of articles found on the internet.....
    The only dumb question is the one you don't ask.
    Everyone starts out not knowing everything so when in doubt ask.
    Even i still ask questions.

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    Went to San Ramon, CA with Gerard teaching... EXCELLENT!
    Make sure you do the CBT BEFORE arriving or you are a day behind on the first day!

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    Test

    Quote Originally Posted by T87F View Post
    I went in 2001, very good class. I remember my test taking about 8 hours, it was tough. Almost as tough as my NICET Level II test.
    I showed up on that Friday at 9 am. Took me an hour and ten min's. I was going to leave but Gerard said he would grade my test, glad I did lunch was great that day.

    Greg

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