As a general rule of thumb our recommendations on education are as follows:
If you are a brand NEW user to MAS 90 or MAS 200 with no experience – consider a class.
If you are tackling a new module that you have not used before (manufacturing, Visual Integrator) – consider training (we recommend attempting some self study first).
If you are an experienced user and you simply have a few questions – we think it’s best for you to compile a list of what you are having issues with and discuss those with your Sage Business Partner. This is because training classes are typically very broad and cover the topic in depth from start to finish – when you may already be familiar with a large portion of what is covered in class.
MAS 90 and MAS 200 Training Schedule
Here’s a training schedule for Kissinger Associates in Pennsylvania. They’ve been working with Sage MAS 90 and MAS 200 since I’ve been using the program and are also long time operators of a high quality authorized Sage training facility.
Most classes are full day – unless noted otherwise.
A benefit of attending these Sage Authorized classes is you receive:
- Structured classroom training
- Sage authorized class
- Sage authorized trainer
- Sage materials (very high quality)
After you’ve reviewed the MAS 90 and MAS 200 training schedules below you can review the course content on this page which shows the costs, content outline as well as CPE credits offered.
The official Kissinger Associates MAS90 Training site can be accessed online for further information.