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Learn how to get the most out of Drupal (Drupal 8, 9, and beyond!) from expert practitioners with a passion for teaching.
We have practical experience in developing web sites, migrating content, and running technology projects and we love to learn and to teach. We'll impart the knowledge and skills you need to get work done, and done right.
In addition to these upcoming trainings, we give introductory sessions to small groups, provide targeted trainings to build specific requested skills for individuals and teams, and participate in teaching full courses. Contact Agaric and tell us when, where, and what you're looking to learn!
Get Started with Drupal
We love to introduce people to Drupal's basics. We offer short introductory seminars for small groups on an on-demand basis for site building, templating, and developing extensions. Each seminar incorporates when appropriate the information architecture, user experience testing, and leadership and collaboration techniques needed to make any project a success.
Build Your Skills
In addition, we offer courses with a defined curricula on building, theming, and developing sites. And we give decision-maker seminars for leaders who need a better understanding of the technology underlying their projects.
Clients and colleagues know Agaric developers for taking on the hard tasks when we collaborate on larger teams. We combine this expertise with the desire to raise people up. From our first projects fifteen years ago, our goal has been to make our clients need us as little as possible, to put as much power as possible in our client's hands. That is why we started using content management systems in the first place, and it is a tradition we uphold through developing with free/libre open source software, through writing documentation and blog posts, and above all through providing trainings.
Agaric is active in the Drupal community at-large and has presented at various Drupal Camps as well as organizing Global Training Days in Nicaragua since 2013.