At XBRL US, we believe training programs should be geared to maximize learning and retention. Below are some selected comments from public company filers who attended XBRL US educational training programs, about our sessions.

“I found this workshop to be extremely beneficial and have found it difficult to find XBRL learning opportunities … The instructors were great and the different backgrounds of each was impressive and provided insight from all directions! Well done!”

“This workshop was very informative. I believe all XBRL users would find this type of a workshop key to their ongoing XBRL learning experience.”

“There was a good balance of detail information and working through specifics but it also covered some of the high-level thought and use of the data.”

“I thought the course was good and will be attending another one soon.”

“My supervisor, whom I would consider to have advanced knowledge of XBRL, would also have benefited from this course as the material covered was very useful and ability to asked questions of the quality presenters that you had was also helpful.”

“There is a lack of education opportunities in XBRL and this was a very high quality program. I’m grateful that people are willing to share their knowledge.”

“Well organized, well run, learned applicable information.”

“The material covered during the training dug a lot further into the detail of XBRL than most trainings/conferences/webinars I’ve attended, which is what I was hoping for. The hands-on exercises were very beneficial and the presenters, as always, were very knowledgeable.”

“This was an excellent workshop.”

“The exercises kept the participants of the workshop interested. The fact that there were instructors at each table made the workshop more interactive.”

“I felt that the hands on exercises being performed in a group setting were very beneficial. I liked how we were able to discuss our problems in a group setting, and had an expert at our table to go over some things as well…or help walk us through the exercise. Hands on learning is the best way for me to learn, rather than purely lecture, so I would recommend this to anyone who likes to work through exercises to perfect the XBRL process.”

“Covered relevant topics to our filing.”

“It is the most comprehensive XBRL overview I am aware of.”

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