Get Trained in 2011: Choose from 39 New Open Enrollment Dates

Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company

We’ve just posted our full 2011 open enrollment training schedule. It includes 39 dates across the U.S. and Canada throughout the year.

These public sessions sell out quickly, so reserve your spot today.

2011 Open Enrollment Training: U.S. & Canada

Click here to review the full training schedule for 2011. Just click the drop-down menu to see available dates/locations:

Articulate 2011 Open Enrollment Training

Due to popular demand in the Chicago area, we’ve also announced one additional date this year:

  • December 7 & 8, 2010 – Schaumburg, IL (Basic, Advanced, Expert)

About Open Enrollment Training

Open enrollment training sessions are in-person training classes led by a certified Articulate trainer. Class size is limited by room capacity, and classes sell out quickly. You’ll share the training experience with other Articulate users in the area.

Yukon-Articulate training facility

Above image from Yukon training YouTube video.

Available classes and prices for the U.S./Canada-based offerings are as follows:

  • 1-day Studio ’09 Basic Training Course – $495 per attendee
  • 1-day Studio ’09 Advanced Course – $495 per attendee
  • 2-day Studio ’09 Expert Class (combined Basic & Advanced) – $750 per attendee (amazing deal!)
  • 1-day Fundamentals of Rapid E-Learning Design – $395 per attendee
  • 1-day Effective Use of Video in E-Learning – $395 per attendee
  • 4-day All Inclusive Class (each of the 1 day classes) – $1,340 per attendee (even more amazing deal!)

Class offerings vary by location, so be sure to verify availability for your preferred date/location.

Open Enrollment Training: Europe

Authorized open enrollment training is also available in Europe via our certified partner Omniplex. Click here to learn more.

You can also follow @ArticulateTrng on Twitter to get the latest Articulate training news.

8 responses to “Get Trained in 2011: Choose from 39 New Open Enrollment Dates”


I have taken the Yukon courses and thought that they were invaluable to my development as an eLearning designer in Articulate.

Regina Taute // Posted at 5:24 pm on October 20th, 2010

Wish you had another advanced course being offered at DevLearn! Or a course on the SDK.

sealiz // Posted at 7:37 pm on October 20th, 2010

Wish you offered a session in San Diego, CA again.

Ron // Posted at 3:16 am on October 22nd, 2010

@Ron – Have you checked out ASTD’s Your Turn to Learn conference in San Diego on 11/3? David Anderson’s doing a session there that you might be interested in! Details on our calendar:

@Sealiz – Are you in CA? Yukon’s doing an advanced course in El Segundo in January, and in San Fran in April. Maybe one of those would work for you? Details under “Open Enrollment” on this page:

jeanette // Posted at 5:37 am on October 22nd, 2010

Hi Ron – I’ll be presenting at ASTD’s Your Turn to Learn in San Diego. If you’d like to learn more about my session, please feel free to shoot me an email It’s shaping up to be a memorable event!

David Anderson // Posted at 9:46 am on October 25th, 2010

Note that we have a new date and location for 2011: Houston, TX – February 8-9, 2011. Get all the details on the training page.

gabe // Posted at 5:28 pm on January 4th, 2011

I would be interested in more information on the training being held in Toronto Canada in May.
What classes are being offered and what is the cost.
How do we register? I can’t find a link to order training.
Thank you,

Sophia Burgin // Posted at 3:25 pm on April 7th, 2011

Hi Sophia- if you go to the training page and select the class you’re interested in from the drop-down menu under “Open Enrollment Classes,” you’ll see more information on pricing and links to order.

As you’ll see, the Toronto Basic & Advanced classes in May 2011 are sold out, but the Fundamentals of Rapid eLearning Design class on May 12 is not. We can put you on the waiting list for the Basic & Advanced classes, if you contact us here to request that.

gabe // Posted at 4:00 pm on April 7th, 2011

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