Training in echosounder data processing with Echoview

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SCHEDULED COURSES AND PRICING

Fundamentals and Advanced public courses for a variety of time zones are listed below.

If a registration link is not yet available for a listed course, please email training@echoview.com to submit your interest.

For further details on Echoview training courses, please check out our training brochure.

FUNDAMENTALS

USD 1200/person standard rate, USD 900/person student rate*

Please register at least 2 weeks before the course date to guarantee timely delivery of your course Echoview license dongle.

  • October 11–15, 2021 – Online (08:30-13:00, CEST, UTC+2), designed for EUROPEAN time zones.
    Please email training@echoview.com to register 
  • November 8–12, 2021 – Online (14:00- 18:30, CST, UTC-6) - designed for NORTH/CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICAN time zones.
    Please email training@echoview.com to register 

***New opportunity!!! We're currently canvassing interest in specialized training for wideband-echosounder data processing. Please let us know if you'd like to know more by emailing training@echoview.com.

ADVANCED

Calibration

Echosounder characterization (instrument calibration) and data calibration
USD 300/person**

  • September 13, 2021 — Online (15:00-19:30, CDT, UTC-5), designed for NORTH/CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICAN time zones
    Please email training@echoview.com to register

Data cleaning

Unwanted samples, variance, noise and signal attenuation
USD 500/person**

  • September 14-15, 2021 — Online (15:00-19:30, CDT, UTC-5), designed for NORTH/CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICAN time zones
    Please email training@echoview.com to register

Target detection and tracking

Point targets and volume targets
USD 500/person**

  • September 16–17, 2021 – Online (15:00-19:30, CDT, UTC-5), designed for NORTH/CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICAN time zones
    Please email training@echoview.com to register

Target classification

Point targets, volume targets and the bottom
USD 500/person**

  • September 20–21, 2021 – Online (15:00-19:30, CDT, UTC-5), designed for NORTH/CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICAN time zones
    Please email training@echoview.com to register

Target characterization

Echo counting and echo integration for target distribution, abundance and biomass
USD 500/person**

  • September 22–23, 2021 – Online (15:00-19:30, CDT, UTC-5), designed for NORTH/CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICAN time zones
    Please email training@echoview.com to register

* These prices include delivery of a timed Echoview license dongle and a download link for the course materials. Optional extra – USD 100/person for delivery of a printed and bound Learner Guide and a USB stick with the course materials. 

** Optional extras – USD 100/person for delivery of a timed Echoview license dongle.

Echoview Training

An Echoview training course will provide you with the skills to understand your single-beam and/or multibeam echosounder data, and to process it efficiently and accurately using Echoview.

We offer a range of course options to suit your varying needs:

  • Online or face-to-face
  • Public or private
  • Fundamental or Advanced

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned veteran, we believe there is always more to learn with respect to:

  1. Echosounder theory
  2. Digital signal processing
  3. Echoview features
  4. Data-processing workflow

If you can't find a public course to suit and/or you're interested in a private course, please email us at training@echoview.com and let's work something out!

An Echoview training course brings "...clearness, the great way of teaching, making everything so clear and understandable, even the most scary equations. I came with no knowledge, and have the feeling I am ready to explore acoustics on my own, and that I understand the principles of it."
— Charlotte Havermans, Alfred Wegener Institute
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Dr Toby Jarvis, Acoustician

The Fundamental training course provides "...a really nice overview and introduction to the principles of hydroacoustics to actually establish a base knowledge of the underlying concepts. Having gone through this makes every data collection step and data processing process 100% more logical and allows you to build on that knowledge... I would recommend it without a doubt to every new student that will come into the lab and wants to work with hydroacoustics."
— Sebastian Theis, University of Alberta
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