For my saline trial on the Animas 2020(they don't have a ping loaner, since its a pairing with a $500 meter..I was the second person on Van Island to get the Ping since it was recently released in Canada).
I didn't go to a class, the sales rep came to my house. took about an hour tops, super easy, super basic too..they won't go
into the real technical stuff until you're actually getting trained to
use insulin with the Ping.
He showed me how to put a site in, where to put it, how to take it out, how to prep the pump with saline as if i were putting insulin in it, and the basic functions. he just told me to play with the different bolus' and see how it all works and get used to wearing it/sleeping with it on(that was the hardest part).
I had it for two weeks, I don't know how long you will have it, but I did take breaks for a couple of days from it when I was frustrated with having it attached all the time.
Once you decide on the ping, you'll get more detailed training. Again, I did training in the comfort of my own home, not a class, and it was one-on-one with my trainer(and my mom just sat back and listened since only I will ever be in control of the pump...don't expect them to tell you that you will be touching it at all..as even in the hospital, I was told to tell nurses to back-off and go back to MDI if I couldn't physically control the pump). He went into the detail of how to treat a high/low, suspend mode, the safe mode(if I don't touch my pump for 12hours, it shuts off the insulin delievery in case I've gone into a coma from a low or something), what to do if the site fails/troubleshooting, when to use which bolus program, how to set my basal rates/change them/how to set multiple ones, etc.