How we, TEDAMOH, define Seminar, Training and Workshop
Training, seminar and workshop - these terms are often used synonymously. They all refer to further education and training events, but the objectives differ. Roughly speaking, seminars convey theoretical knowledge, trainings are practically oriented and workshops provide a framework in which the participants can acquire knowledge themselves.
If you would like to be trained in the usage of a new software or method, such as dealing with temporal data, training is a suitable option. Because you can learn and practice how the program or method works by yourself.
There is a new process for reporting company figures in your company that affects the presentation of your data in your data warehouse? Then it's time for a seminar that will give you the necessary know-how about the process.
You want to create a new application for the customers of your data warehouse and don't know how the dashboard should be designed? Then a creative workshop, e.g. with design thinkers to help the BI team, is exactly the right thing. Completely new ideas and solutions can be developed detached from everyday business.