Training sessions available for Tuesday!

The Tuesday before the regular conference sessions start, there will be a full day of training courses on PostgreSQL and related topics provided by some of the most popular training companies in the PostgreSQL community.

Each half-day session is offered at a cost of €150, and each full-day session at €300. This includes:

  • Approximately 3.5 hours of instructor-led training for half day sessions, 7 hours for full-day sessions
  • Lunch (for full day or two half-day training session attendees, not included for single half-day session attendees)
  • A hotel venue
  • Course material, if required

All training sessions are held on the Tuesday before the conference. This means that you can either attend one of the full day sessions, or one or two of the half day sessions. It is not permitted to switch to a different session once your registration has been confirmed, unless you contact the conference organizers and get confirmation first. Space is strictly limited in each individual session.

Each training course is provided by a third-party which is wholly responsible for the course content. The proceeds of the training are shared between the company providing each course and PostgreSQL Europe.

The following full-day courses are available:

The following half-day courses are available before lunch:

And the following half-day courses are available after lunch:

Note! There are overlapping trainings. You can only attend either a full day course, or one half day course before lunch and/or one after. They are all on the same day, and you cannot freely move between the sessions.

Note! Lunch is included if you attend a full day training or if you attend one training session in the morning and one in the afternoon. It is not included if you only attend a single half-day session. Coffee breaks during the training are of course always included.

If you wish to take a training course, you must register in advance when you register for the conference. Space is limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!