DITA Authoring with oXygen XML Author training – new dates added

Looking to boost your authoring productivity by giving you a thorough understanding of oXygen XML Author’s capabilities? Book your place on our DITA Authoring with oXygen Author training course.

We are running our 3 day DITA Authoring with oXygen XML Author training course in two locations:

Date: 26 – 28 April 2017 (Edinburgh)

Date: 10 – 12 May 2017 (Sutton, London)

The course is divided in two parts. Firstly, the fundamentals of DITA and the latest best practices, followed by hands on exercises using oXygen working with topics, maps and much more. You can expect to learn:

  • The theoretical principles of both XML and DITA; and how these principles are applied in documentation projects
  • Foundation knowledge for working with DITA authoring, publishing and content management software tools
  • How to use oXygen Author productively to create, edit and manage DITA topics and maps

​On this course you will benefit from case studies, worked examples and practical exercises, along with the opportunity to network and learn from other course participants. Our coaching and training is aimed at saving your time and increasing your productivity, while minimising your time out of the office on a course. Our current program focuses on classroom based training using oXygen XML Author. Find out more.

To attend or for further information, please contact email moc.n1493576968okem@1493576968dufha1493576968m.tae1493576968num1493576968 or call +44 (0)208 722 8400.

Course developer – Dr. Tony Self

The course has been developed by Dr. Tony Self with the full support of Syncro Soft. Tony is recognised as one of the pioneers of hypertext and online documents. He has been involved in documentation and training for his entire career of 30 years. Over the past 20 of those years, Tony has worked specifically in the areas of online help systems, computer-based training, and electronic documents.

In addition to consulting, Tony is an Adjunct Teaching Fellow at Swinburne University of Technology. He is the author of The DITA Style Guide, a Fellow of the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communication UK (ISTC), and holds a PhD in semantic markup languages, a Graduate Diploma in Technical Communication, and a Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.