In addition to our scheduled webinars, Escape provides a full range of standard and custom classes. All classes are available via:

  • Webinar, which can be held at any time, with any number of users. Connecting your users to our trainer via video software means your users can sit in their offices, meeting rooms or labs and can participate hands-on.

  • In-Person training. Training classes at your office or ours, and are charged at the rate specified in your contract. Escape trainers can travel to your offices to teach in-person, focusing on your organization’s training needs, and on how your users’ procedures work with Escape Online. The capacity of classes held at your offices are limited to the capabilities of your facility, while classes at Escape Headquarter have a limit on the number of attendees.

Check out the extensive list of standard topics below, and find one that matches your needs. If you need a customized class, work with our trainers to develop a custom class just for you. To start the process, please contact Escape Customer Training


Business Directors

New Users

Fiscal Users

AP & AR Users

Purchasing & Warehouse

Fixed Assets Users

Budget Users

Maintenance Users

HR Users

Payroll Users

COE Users

System Managers

Checklist for training held at your office...

There are a number of things that an organization can do to ensure that training at their location will be successful. To help organize this process, this checklist is arranged in a timeline, starting with the day that training is scheduled. There are also items to be done one week prior to the training, the day before training, and on training day. If you have any questions, from scheduling to preparation, please contact Terri Hammond, 1-800-288-8076 ext 126 or Email:

When Training Is Scheduled

Items to complete at the time training is scheduled:

  • Reserve the room.
    Also reserve any special equipment that will be used (i.e. projector).

  • Notify all attendees.
    Notify participants of date and time, and specify any special materials they should have with them for training.

  • Coordinate with trainer.
    Send agenda, directions to training facility, and participant list to the trainer. The participant list should include the user's job title and experience level with Escape. If this training is hands on, make sure there are never more than two participants per workstation.

Two Weeks Prior to Training

Any time during the weeks prior to training:

  • Finalize training materials.

  • Produce handouts.

One Week Prior to Training

Any time during the week prior to training:

  • Copy production database to the test system.
    This ensures that the training will occur with recent information.

  • Verify Escape User IDs.
    Each participant should have a User ID, with the correct role, in the training database.

  • Send agenda to attendees.

  • Confirm training with trainer.

The Day Before Training

Test your training room:

  • Each workstation attaches to the network.
    Also, the workstation should show an ID for participants to use, if they won't be using their normal network ID.

  • Workstations are ready to run Escape.
    Each workstation can successfully sign into the software!

  • Workstations can print.
    Test to ensure that the workstations can access printer.

  • Trainer workstation is ready.
    Test that it has been connected to the projector, and tested in Escape software.

Training Day

One hour before training, check your training room:

  • Sign-in sheet and handouts are in the Training Room.

  • IT Contact.
    The IT contact should be available at start of day in case there are any questions or problems.

  • Escape Contact.
    The Escape contact should participate in all training sessions, to clarify the procedures where questions arise.