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Offline jobsworth

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« on: December 19, 2017, 08:51 AM »
 Since Ive been back in the USA Ive been wating to take some more Festool end user training classes. I noticed that NC and Indianapolis seem to have more classes than the LV venue.

 Are you guys wearing Steve out or what?

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Re: Festool Training
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2017, 10:16 AM »
Based on this post, we've decided to cancel Steve Bace's Christmas holiday. He's not allowed out of the training facility until he posts 10 more classes. It's time for him to quit slackin'. [big grin]

Seriously, Steve will be staying very busy in the next few months. In addition to end-user classes, he also teaches classes for our dealers. There are also several internal meetings, events, and trainings during this time of year. Steve also commonly supports other events like Roadshow stops and tradeshows. He's definitely a busy guy.

Additionally, we'll be making some improvements to the Vegas facility in the next few months that will put it briefly out of commission.

In some related news, we recently added another trainer in Lebanon: Brent Shively. Brent has been a highly valuable member of the Festool team for several years, and he was recently promoted to trainer. He'll be primarily focused on dealer classes.


Offline jobsworth

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Re: Festool Training
« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2017, 06:51 PM »
hey I wanna go to his holiday party heheheheh

Thanks for the info.

Ill start looking into going to Indy

Offline DTSaskatoon

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Re: Festool Training
« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2017, 03:08 AM »
Dear Tyler,

Thanks for the update. Glad to hear about the renos to the Vegas location. Flights are much easier to Vegas from Canada and I’m hoping to attend a five day cabinet/door-and-drawers course if my time off schedule and the training schedule work together. I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed.