Introduction to Anabat Insight (online)
Developed as an opportunity for bat workers to learn more about Anabat Insight, the course will enable them to develop their knowledge of Anabat Insight, learn to use the software and pick up hints and tips on how to get the most from it.
This workshop is presented by recognised industry expert, Julie Broken-Brow from Titley Scientific. Running 2 hours, it will provide tools for basic use of the full spectrum & zero crossing analysis software Anabat Insight. The fees from this workshop are donated directly to Bat Conservation Trust.
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Course content includes:
- Navigating the program
- Opening and viewing files
- Basic searches
- Optimising triggers and settings
- Suggested workflow
Prior knowledge: A basic understanding of bat identification is recommended, although not essential.
Participant feedback from previous workshops:
"It was fantastic to have such a clear presenter and there is huge value in doing this online"
"It was very useful as I've not been able to get to grips with the programme. The presenter was lovely, very down to earth and helpful "
"Gave me a very good understanding of the basics of Anabat Insight which I have never used before."
This workshop is a recommended prerequisite for the Advanced Anabat Insight workshop.
CPD: A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded that can be used as evidence for CPD.
£40 online course
Discounts: £5 for BCT members, 10% multi-buy discount if booking 3 or more course places
BCT does not endorse any of the analysis software programs included within their training courses or conference workshops but values the important contribution they can make to bat conservation. No responsibility can be accepted for any loss or damage to data or unsatisfactory results arising from the use of any analysis software during or after a BCT course or conference workshop.
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