Training

“The team left the training session not just with new skills, but also with new ideas for how to apply these tools to solve our real world problems.  The Cresset training was excellent and I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to get the maximum benefit from their software.” Allan Jordan, Head of Chemistry, Cancer Research UK Drug Discovery Unit, Paterson Institute for Cancer Research

Cresset’s chemistry software training is available either at our training suite, at your site or via the web. By choosing training from Cresset you will:

Options

MedChem and CompChem

CompChem

Other

We can also tailor training, at a time convenient to you, to your specific needs.

  Duration Group size
Web based 90 minutes 6 to 12
At your site Half day 6 to 12
At Cresset HQ Half a day training plus half a day to access Cresset’s expert team, enabling you to get fully immersed in Cresset’s software and technology 2

 

Testimonial

“I was delighted with the training session Cresset recently provided for the Cancer Research UK chemistry team. Tim’s presentation was informative and interesting, giving us the chance to learn new skills by working directly with the software for almost the entire training session. He answered all of our questions and kept everyone engaged by including a fun bit of friendly competition to see who could design the best molecule with FieldAlign (now known as Torch or Forge Align). The training was attended by scientists of varying experience levels, and everyone found the software itself to be intuitive, visually stimulating and very easy to use.

The team left the training session not just with new skills, but also with new ideas for how to apply these tools to solve our real world problems. Following training we were inundated with requests to install the software on more computers, the kind of enthusiastic response we always hope for, but rarely see. The Cresset training was excellent and I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to get the maximum benefit from their software.” Allan Jordan, Head of Chemistry, Cancer Research UK Drug Discovery Unit, Paterson Institute for Cancer Research