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Three days (09:30 to 16:30 UK time each day)
This course is available in the following formats (all prices exclude VAT):
You should already be familiar with using cloud-based programs like SharePoint and OneDrive before attending this course.
Here are our next few Fast track Power Automate course dates:
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Got a handful of like-minded people in your organisation? You could consider booking your own customised onsite course, whereby you get to pick the dates and venue!
Our fast-track Power Automate course gives you a chance to cover 3 main things which we just can't squeeze onto our two-day introduction course:
These are fun - see below for what one looks like!
There are a number of times on the introductory course that you have to gloss over the syntax of JSON expressoins a bit; the three-day fast-track course allows us to go into more detail on expressoin syntax.
There's usually a bit more time to do exercises on the fast-track course.
Here's what an adaptive card might look like:
You can post adaptive cards to Teams channels, for example.
On this three-day course you'll also learn about what Microsoft Graph is and how to interrogate it using HTTP Response actions to get information about your files, emails, teams, users or anything else from the cloud.
This fast-track course combines topics from the following other Wise Owl courses:
Here are some reasons to choose Wise Owl courses:
In addition, here are some benefits unique to classroom training:
And some benefits specific to online training:
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Below are some notes on how Wise Owl courses work, to help you decide whether they're for you or not.
If you book on a classroom course, the only thing you need to bring to the course is ... yourself! We even provide a notepad and a suprisingly nice pen for you to take notes with.
For online training you'll need two things:
You can see full details of our online course requirements here.
If you book a place on one of our courses:
Whatever type of course you book, we will also send you out a reminder a few days before the course is due to take place - not that (we hope) you'll have forgotten!
For classroom training, you won't need a computer - we (obviously) will provide that. However, you're welcome to use your own laptop if you prefer, providing that you have the correct software installed.
For online training you will need a computer, but you won't need to have any software installed. This is because you'll use Windows Remote Desktop to connect to our computers, and these will have all of the necessary files and software installed.
For online courses you will be able to join up to half an hour before the course begins. This will give you time to:
For classroom training it's always nice if people arrive a bit early too, to give people time to meet each other (and drink coffee).
After the course finishes you'll receive a digital certificate proving your attendance (we will gladly send a paper copy on request also).
We don't have any formal arrangement for answering questions after the course, but if you get stuck on something and email your trainer they should (and nearly always do!) respond as quickly as their training schedule allows.
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