Based upon many years of experience and the invaluable input we received from many of our users and customers, we have developed a comprehensive training system.

Since Pandoras Box products can be used in such a wide variety of projects, we recognize that thorough training as well as in-depth knowledge of the entire system is the best method for ensuring that our users get the maximum value out of their project.

With the new Version 6 of Pandoras Box and Widget Designer we changed our training system.

From now on we provide the following trainings:


General Training Modules (Cologne):

Pandoras Box 1st Grade (1 Day)

Pandoras Box 2nd Grade (1 Day)

Widget Designer 1st Grade (1 Day)

Widget Designer 2nd Grade (1 Day)


Special trainings for warping, tracking or Widget Designer scripting with the new Versions are coming up very soon, so please stay tuned.

The Pandoras Box 1st Grade training is free of charge.

At the moment these changes only affect the trainings that are held in Cologne.

Below you can find the training structure for trainings in the USA.


General Training Modules (USA):

Pandoras Box Basic (2 Days)

Pandoras Box Advanced (2 Days)

Widget Designer Basic (1 Day)

Widget Designer Advanced (2 Days)

Widget Designer Expert (1 Day)

Expert Warping (3 Days)

Expert Tracking (1 Day)


Pandoras Box Basic Training (not including Widget Designer training) classes held in Cologne (Germany) and Los Angeles (US) are free of charge. 

A Basic Training certificate or similar experience is required for attending an Advanced or Widget Designer Training class.

Current training dates can be found in the Dates section of the main page HERE.

The German Pandoras Box training usually starts at 10AM and finishes at approx. 6PM.


For more information and booking please feel free to contact:





Please note that you can find 20 Basic Training video lessons in the Video Tutorials section that is part of the Support tab:

The same video lessons are also available at our second youtube channel,

Pandoras Box Learn:

Video lessons are no substitute for a full Basic Training course with an experienced instructor, but they can be very helpful when it comes to refreshing one's timeline programming skills.