There are a number of training courses available which assist in the administration and use of eSight. Please contact your account manager for the costs of these courses.
The courses available are detailed below:
Energy Monitoring and Targeting Course
The Energy M&T course is aimed at users of eSight with experience of the basics that wish to know more. The course covers advanced analysis techniques, alarm settings and the use of contracts for cost calculation. On completion of the course you will be able to use eSight to interrogate, report and forecast energy data.
It is recommended that delegates should have attended, or be familiar with the tutorials of, the ‘Intro to eSight’ course before booking a seat on the M&T course.
eSight Administration Course
The System Administration course provides essential system configuration knowledge to anyone administering eSight. The course covers the configuration of eSight from system settings and user levels to data imports and meter configurations. On completion of the course you will be able to set-up new users to define their access permissions, configure sites and meters to receive data and audit the system via the logs.
It is recommended that at least one person per installation attends this course.
Billing with eSight Course
The Billing course is aimed at ‘Billing Edition’ users of eSight. It focuses on the Tenant Billing module and the supporting functions that ensure quality and cost for accuracy. On completion of the course you will be able to perform data quality checks, prepare utility contract prices and create tenants to produce accurate bills.
It is recommended that anyone responsible for producing tenant bill charges from the system attend this course.
Introduction to eSight Course
The Intro to eSight course is aimed at new users of eSight needing to get started. The course covers meter configurations with data imports and some analysis, reports and dashboards. On completion of the course you will be able to use eSight to interrogate and report energy data.
It is recommended that delegates should attended this course if they have no previous exposure to eSight.