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    33= UM Training Index =  
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    5  * [wiki:UmTraining/Courses UM Training Courses] \\ 
    6    NCAS-CMS, organises 3 day workshops to introduce new Unified Model users to the UM modelling infrastructure for UK researchers.  The courses are designed to introduce users to the model, the user interface, running the model, debugging common issues, and the type of research that is carried out using the UM. 
     5== UM Introduction Course ==  
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    8  * **UM Training Course Notes** \\ 
    9    Material from previous courses:  
    10    * [wiki:UmTraining/April2016 April 2016] - Introduction to the UM with the UMUI 
    11    * [wiki:UmTraining/RoseSept2016 September 2016] - Rose/cylc UM conversion course  
    12    * [wiki:UmTraining/Nov2016 November 2016] - Introduction to the UM with Rose and cylc 
     7NCAS-CMS organises 3-day workshops to introduce new Unified Model users to the UM infrastructure for UK researchers. The course covers setting up and running a job, configurations, software management system, file formats, and utilities. Users will be guided through a series of practical exercises that cover the range of typical activities, including debugging common problems. These course are usually run twice a year. For more details, including dates of the next course, and how to register, see [https://www.ncas.ac.uk/index.php/en/introduction-to-unified-model-course here]\\ 
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    14  * [https://puma.nerc.ac.uk/trac/UM_TUTORIAL UM FCM tutorial] \\ 
    15    An overview of the UM's flexible configuration management system. This tutorial gives a step-by-step guide to running jobs and adding your own code changes.  
     9Material from previous courses:  
     10* [wiki:UmTraining/April2016 April 2016] - Introduction to the UM with the UMUI 
     11* [wiki:UmTraining/Nov2016 November 2016] - Introduction to the UM with Rose and cylc  
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     13== Rose Conversion Course ==  
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     15Rose & Cylc are the replacement user interface and job submission/control system for the UMUI from UM version 10.x. NCAS-CMS ran a 1-day course for users already familiar with running the UM under the UMUI in September 2016, and it is our intention to run this course again in 2017. This course does not cover how the UM itself works so new users are encouraged to attend the UM Introduction Course instead.  
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     17The majority of the course will be hands-on exercises supplemented with lectures, covering the following topics:  
     18- Overview of !Rose/Cylc 
     19- Creating & managing suites 
     20- How to configure, build and run a UM application 
     21- Examining Rose suite output 
     22- Common pitfalls and troubleshooting 
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     24Material from previous courses:  
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     26* [wiki:UmTraining/RoseSept2016 September 2016] - Rose/cylc UM conversion course  
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     28To enquire about dates for future courses please ContactUs. 
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     30{{{#!comment 
     31Please only attend this course if you are planning on using Rose within the next few months.  We will be running this 
     32course again in !March/April next year. 
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     34To register for this course please ContactUs including a brief summary of what model configurations 
     35you intend to be working with. 
     36}}} 
     37 
     38== Other Courses == 
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    1740 * [http://cms.ncas.ac.uk/documents/training/metoffice/um-training UM Rose tutorial] \\ 
    1841   The Met Office Rose tutorial for UM 10.3. This covers the basics of running the UM with Rose.  
     
    2043 * [http://www.ukca.ac.uk/wiki/index.php/UKCA_Chemistry_and_Aerosol_Tutorials UKCA chemistry and aerosols tutorial] \\ 
    2144   A detailed guide to using the UKCA chemistry and aerosol component of the UM.  
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     46 * [https://puma.nerc.ac.uk/trac/UM_TUTORIAL UM FCM tutorial] \\ 
     47   An overview of the UM's flexible configuration management system. This tutorial gives a step-by-step guide to running jobs and adding your own code changes.