Extending Complimentary Access to PAS University
e-Learning Courses


In March of this year, I announced free access to PAS University eCampus through the end of June. With many of our customers working from home, we thought it would be a good time to help them become more familiar with industry topics such as alarm management and OT cybersecurity, as well as obtain a deeper understanding of PAS solutions.

The response to our offer was greater than we could have hoped. To date, over 600 professionals have taken advantage of our offer, accessing a broad array of topics on our self-paced learning platform. We recently surveyed these clients and over 80% said they would recommend their peers take advantage of PAS University. We are proud to provide this service to our customers, and delighted they are gaining value from our educational tools.

Many customers have told us they rely more on PAS solutions than ever as a result of working remotely.  Our technology provides critical information on process safety and OT cybersecurity that enables engineers to support operations from afar. (Learn more about how PAS enables Remote Operations.)

In light of the strong response, I am pleased to announce we will extend free access to PAS University eCampus content until the end of 2020.  Additionally, we are updating the platform on a regular basis with new content – if you have been using PAS University, please check back regularly to see what’s new.

To gain access, click here to provide your contact and other requested information.  A representative from the PAS University team will then follow up to give you secure access to our e-learning catalog.  If you are already registered for PAS University, no action is required.  We have already extended your access to the end of the year.

Thank you to all our clients for continuing to work with PAS.

Note: You must have a current support agreement with PAS, or be a registered partner, in order to take advantage of this complimentary offer.
 


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