NCI provides training resources and in-person training courses throughout the year to help develop the skills of the NCI user community.

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Training courses cover a range of topics, including beginner-level introductions to supercomputing and to using NCI Data Services, as well as more advanced discipline specific cases. Introductory training resources are available below. For a list of upcoming training courses please visit our Events page.

A full calendar of upcoming training opportunities can be found on our Opus page.

More information and resources about using NCI systems and services are available in our User Guides.

Finally, if you are not already an NCI user, you can register to here more about our upcoming training opportunities.

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Introduction to Gadi (I and II)

This two-part introductory course is for anyone that is currently unfamiliar with Gadi and high-performance computing in general. If you are a Linux beginner and/or a new user of NCI's high-performance compute, this course is for you.

For information on when the next course takes place, click here.

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Meet Our User Support Team (Support Sesh)

Each month, NCI runs an open Support Sesh for its user community. Much like office hours, you can stop by and ask our User Support team anything, or even just pop in to say hello! We are here to help you, and Support Sesh is just another way to get in touch.

Find the next Support Sesh on our Events page.