Abraxas offers two different levels of Metrix training — “Introductory” or “Advanced”, depending on your current skill level. Our Metrix Utility Accounting System trainings are each two-day long courses taught in an interactive classroom environment.  We offer training at a variety of locations all throughout the world.

To sign up for our training fill out our Training Order Form 2021 and return via fax or email. You can also use our online ordering system and pay via a credit card.

Metrix Introductory Training

September 20-21, 2021
Waco, Tx

October 18-19, 2021
900 Convention Center Blvd, New Orleans, LA

November 30- December 1, 2021
Miami, FL

Metrix 4 Software Training


We provide a two-day training session for new Metrix users. The session is primarily ‘hands-on’ – trainees are guided step-by-step through typical project set-up, entering data such as meter information, rate tariffs, sub-meters, as well as establishing baselines, correcting for weather, and communicating these results using the reporting capabilities.

Metrix Advanced Training

December 2-3, 2021
Miami, FL
Metrix 4 Utility Bill Accounting Software Training


The session begins with a review of basic concepts such as meter set-up; entering bill and variable data; tuning; measures and modifications; rate analysis and modeling. The session then continues with advanced measures; retrofit isolation vs main meter methods; advanced tuning, modifications and modeling; report customization. Case studies will be worked on as well as discussion of “real-life” Metrix applications.

What our customers say about our training…

“I was able to return to work and immediately apply most of what I had learned. Overall, I would strongly recommend this [introductory] training session to anyone just getting started with Metrix.”

Tyler B. Humphreys, Johnson Controls

“The material (was presented) in a fun, quick paced format that keeps your attention and helps you to retain the information presented. I would highly recommend these [advanced] classes to anyone charged with developing building energy use models or performing energy accounting.”

Mike Willis, Precision Control Systems, Inc.