Normal went out the window this year and CELCAT fully embraced it by hosting a virtual conference.

Using the platform GoToWebinar, CELCAT offered delegates a chance to keep up to date with the latest developments from the comfort of their own home (or office in some cases).

CELCAT Sales and Marketing Manager, Adrian Gough, kicked off the three-day event with a welcome session and an overview of what to expect. Day one focused on the latest developments in Timetabler 8.2 and walked attendees through how to produce clash-free timetables without enrolment in Timetabler 10.

Day two focused solely on the new features within Timetabler 10 and included a special session dedicated to the security features available within the software.

To finish, CELCAT Account Managers Tim Dix and Ian Grimes went through Timetabler 10’s Event Editor, Grid and Usage Chart. The conference finished with a brief presentation by Adrian about CELCAT’s future developments and an expert Q&A session.

The event was well received and provided institutions worldwide access to information they may have otherwise missed.

Jane from Robert Gordon University thought, ‘the CELCAT conference was extremely relevant and the bitesize presentations with breaks meant that the whole team could get involved.’

We would like to thank all attendees for making our Virtual Conference successful.