2015 Bentley LEARNing Conferences

 The schedule and themes for the highly anticipated 2015 LEARNing Conferences is now available! These dynamic, interactive sessions features hands-on workshops for Bentley’s most popular products; information-packed lectures with tips & tricks to get the most from your Bentley software; and unparalleled networking with industry peers and Bentley subject matter experts.

Building on the success of last year’s multi-location Bentley LEARNing Conferences, this year we’re bringing you 13 conferences across three locations: Indianapolis, IN; Seattle, WA, and New Orleans, LA. MicroStation and ProjectWise training is included at all conferences!

If you attended last year, we’d love to hear how you're using what you learned or how connections made have helped in your work. Post your comments here.

If you've got a question about the Bentley LEARNing Conferences, ask us here; keep watching for more news in the coming days and follow us at #Bentley15.

Click on an individual theme / professional community to learn more about that Conference, including how to register.

Indianapolis, Indiana (May 4-5 and May 6-7)

Seattle Washington (June 8-9 and June 10-11)

New Orleans, Louisiana (June 29-30 and July 1-2)

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  • As a naysayer to the format, I must admit that last years was a good start. My only concern is that executives at Bentley miss these opportunities to meet with their users. Yes the awards in Europe offer that ability but without that interaction, it's easy for them to get out of touch and rely on what is reported to them. It's best when you see things for yourself. I would vote for more executives to attend.

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  • As a naysayer to the format, I must admit that last years was a good start. My only concern is that executives at Bentley miss these opportunities to meet with their users. Yes the awards in Europe offer that ability but without that interaction, it's easy for them to get out of touch and rely on what is reported to them. It's best when you see things for yourself. I would vote for more executives to attend.

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