Everything’s bigger in Texas, so … SAS Education offers HUGE training savings!


SASGlobalForum2015SAS Global Forum brings together the most die-hard SAS users, both veteran and novice, once a year. It’s one of those can’t-miss events, and each year it just gets better.

2015 will bring us all together in Dallas, Texas for several days of active learning and excitement from SAS users and subject matter experts. But the learning doesn’t end on April 29 (or start the 26th, for that matter).

SAS Education is once again bringing training to the table. For the conference event, we’re offering training in our Dallas training center, an easy trip from downtown, at a 40% discount for SAS Global Forum attendees. Choose from SAS Programming 3 before the conference and SAS Macro Language 2 after.

Post-conference training will be held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in the heart of downtown Dallas. Texas does big – but these savings are HUGE! Check out the courses being offered at $399 a day … and then register. These seats will fill fast.

April 30 – May 1

  • Developing Custom Tasks for SAS® Enterprise Guide®
  • DS2 Programming: Essentials
  • Introduction to SAS® and Hadoop
  • SAS® Visual Statistics: Interactive Model Building

April 30

  • SAS® Visual Analytics: Getting Started
  • Working with Process Jobs

Ready to get certified? This is a great time to really bring it home – we’re offering a Certification event on both Saturday and Sunday prior to the SAS Global Forum festivities. All exams are being offered at 1 p.m. Saturday, and most are also offered at 9 a.m. Sunday morning.

So go BIG before you go home, and take some large SAS knowledge back with you!


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Aubrey Barfield

Product Marketing Manager

Hi, I'm Aubrey Barfield and I have worked in the Education Division at SAS since 2000 helping put a creative spin on all things analytics. I focus on promoting in-person events like SAS Global Forum, virtual learning opportunities and special offers. I enjoy strong coffee, well-balanced wine and good discussions.

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