INTERFACE GOLD BENEFITS
& GUARANTEES

Guaranteed to Run Schedule
Interface offers a Guaranteed to Run (GTR) schedule as far out as possible.

Replay Class Recordings
Live class recordings are available for viewing immediately after each class day.

RemoteLive™ Online Virtual Platform
Interface Gold students may attend our live classes online from anywhere using our industry leading RemoteLive platform. It is truly the closest thing to being in the classroom.

Retake/Audit
Interface offers a 1-year retake privilege on Interface open enrollment courses at no charge based on a space-available basis.

Money Back Guarantee
If a student is not satisfied with their training, Interface will issue a refund.

No Cancel/Reschedule Fees
For the classes Interface teaches, there is no fee to reschedule or cancel a class.

Price Match
Interface tries to be competitive with pricing. If you find a course for a lower price, please let us know and we will match it.

Non-Gold Courses
We apply these benefits as often as possible with non-Gold courses as well. However, exclusions may apply in situations out of our control. Ask your sales rep any specific questions you may have.

HERE'S WHAT
OUR STUDENTS SAY:

August 30, 2019 | MS-301 Student
Comments about the Courseware
"Spike, the extras you threw into this training class were excellent. I absolutely love powershell, it makes my life easier to say the least. These were very valuable and I hope you continue to add it to future classes for others if you can."
August 30, 2019 | MS-301 Student
Comments about the Instructor
"Spike did a great job of explaining new things about SharePoint 2019 and answering questions about specifics that were not covered in the course. The additional "labs" helped me to understand the product better and I will be able to utilize more of SharePoints features."
August 30, 2019 | PMPCV6 Student
Comments about the Instructor
"I thought Steve was very engaging, helpful, and understanding of questions asked by the class. I always appreciate when an instructor provides knowledge without making class students seem like the answer was "obvious". I liked that he opened it up for participation."