Our friends at nonprofits are often working from the heart, without the benefit of a large budget, so the efficiency gains from LabVIEW are even more valuable.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Sixclear, an Austin, TX National Instruments Alliance Partner, offers its e-learning LabVIEW course free to nonprofit organizations.
Following fast on the heels of gifting its Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals online training to FIRST Robotics participants, Sixclear now has expanded free access to qualifying nonprofit organizations.
“Once the flood of giving starts, it’s hard to staunch the feelgood flow,” explains Brian Spears, director of LabVIEW education. “Our friends at nonprofits are often working from the heart, without the benefit of a large budget, so the efficiency gains from LabVIEW are even more valuable.”
Spears explains that a lightweight validation process is in place to ensure nonprofit status of potential LabVIEW students.
“Visit sixclear.com/nonprofit to be guided through the validation process. If it takes longer than instantaneous to be validated, you’ll have access to our test drive course in the meantime,” says Spears.
The audience for the Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals course is any user with little to no knowledge of LabVIEW. The course covers all topics on the National Instruments Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam, as well as data acquisition and instrument control.
“It’s essentially what most in the industry would consider to be a foundational LabVIEW course,” finishes Spears.
Founded in Austin, Texas in early 2008, Sixclear is a development and integration company offering LabVIEW courses, development, integration, and consulting in the automation, test, measurement, and data acquisition space. Besides offering the only fully self-paced, e-learning online LabVIEW training in the world, Sixclear offers a customizable LabVIEW course presented live in the classroom.