Level 1 Barcode Training - Online Course - 30 March 2023 (Full)

Training Course

Course booked out.

Please see the next available date. Level 1 Barcode Training - online attendance - complimentary for GS1 Members Presented by Alec Tubridy, Industry Engagement Executive GS1 Ireland. Topics covered: Allocation of GTINs, understanding barcode symbols, barcoding for retail, supply chain efficiencies, barcode quality, Barcode Manager software.



30/03/2023 10:00 -12:30

alec.tubridy@gs1ie.org 01 208 0660

GS1 Ireland's supply chain barcoding training course gives you confidence in using barcodes in your business.

This course is now booked out. Please register for the next available date. View Calendar.

Click here to find out more about what is covered in our Level 1 barcode training course.

This course is available to GS1 Ireland Members, at no additional charge, for up to 2 attendees per organisation.

Important Notice - GS1 Cancellation and Booking policy: This course is available free-of-charge to paid up Members of GS1 Ireland. A member may book up to 2 places free of charge. For companies with more than 2 attendees requiring training please contact us for a quote for a private online training session for your company.

A fee of €125 is payable by non-members. All places must be paid for in advance of the course. Refunds are not available but places are transferable upon prior notice. GS1 Ireland reserves the right to cancel or change the dates and venues of training where required. If changes result in the need for members to cancel their attendance, full refunds will be available.


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