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Power Automate Training

This page contains information on all of the training that we provide on Power Automate.

Power Automate classroom training

Power Automate classroom training

We have the following classroom training courses:

See details of our classroom training, or why not organise your own onsite Power Automate course?

Power Automate classroom training

Online Power Automate training

You can take the following online Power Automate courses:

Or see how our online courses work (probably better than you think!).

Which is the right Power Automate course for you?

If you're not sure whether you should be using Power Automate Desktop, here's a quick summary of what it does!

Flows

The purpose of Power Automate Desktop is to create flows like this one:

Excel flow

As it happens, this flow would open Excel, read in some data from a workbook and then close Excel down again.

Using forms and browsers

Power Automate allows you to read from (or write to) parts of web browser or other application forms:

Web form

You can select any part of a web page or application, and either write text in to it or read from it.

Programming without a programming language

You can use loops, conditions and variables, although there's no language to learn:

Loops and variables

This program is looping over a range of Excel cells, doing something for each (and using variables to hold the intermediate values).

 

The range of commands available

Here are most of the commands that you can use in Power Automate:

The main commands

The commands that you select from.

 

However, each of these commands contains a host of subcommands.  Here as one example is what you get if you choose Mouse and keyboard

Mouse and keyboard

The mouse and keyboard events that you can automate.

 

The best way to think of Power Automate is this: that it does for the whole of Windows what VBA does for Excel.

10 things our Power Automate courses include

Each of our scheduled courses (whether classroom or online) includes:

  1. Small course sizes - we have a maximum of 5 people on each classroom or online course.
  2. A trainer! And not just anyone - our courses are only ever given by full-time Wise Owls.
  3. Full colour courseware and exercises of oustanding quality.
  4. A no cancellation guarantee (once you've booked and confirmed your training course, it will run).
  5. A one gigabyte USB stick, containing course files, answers to exercises and (by the end of the course) your answers too, together with a Sheaffer biro.
  6. Unofficial help after the course (although we don't have a dedicated post-course support line, in practice trainers will be happy to answer the odd ad hoc question after a course has taken place).
  7. A certificate sent out digitally or in paper form (your choice) after each course, together with (for tailored courses) the trainer's thoughts on how the course went.

In addition, our classroom courses also include:

  1. A computer for each delegate (obviously).
  2. Lunch out each day at a local restaurant (chosen on the day of the course, after discussion!).
  3. Unlimited refreshments during the day, including Tassimo or Nespresso coffee and a range of biscuits and snacks to keep you going through those dark afternoon hours.

Still not convinced? You can read hundreds of testimonials to the quality of our training (all attributed and added in the last 3 years.

Other Power Automate training resources

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