CorasWorks Essentials Training

What’s covered in the Distance Learning?


As the training guy at CorasWorks you can imagine I’m often asked “What’s in the training?”  I’m always happy to have a detailed conversation with customers to help align the training topics with what you’re trying to accomplish.  However I created a short video introduction for the CorasWorks Essentials training to help answer the question.

The video is 11 minutes long, however the viewer includes a table of contents so you skip to desired topics.  The table of contents includes:

  • Introduction
  • How we work
  • Reduce Barriers to Productivity
  • SharePoint the Platform
  • CorasWorks Value
  • CorasWorks Value Continuum
  • End User Enablement
  • Configuring Data Displays and Actions
  • CorasWorks Grids
  • CorasWorks Charts
  • CorasWorks Calendars
  • CorasWorks Actions
  • The Application Layer
  • Business Process
  • Distributed Process
  • Do More, Work Less
  • Extending and Enhancing Sites and Applications
  • Exercise Manual
  • Ongoing Support and Education

Tips for viewing the video:  Hovering your mouse over the bottom of the player provides controls to pause, increase/decrease volume, or view in full screen mode.

 

In addition to the Basic Components, the distance learning provides an introduction to the Advanced Components through a series of six self-paced modules:

  • Module 1 – v11 Advanced Components and Training Overview
  • Module 2 – Implementing an External Data Provider (EDP)
  • Module 3 – Implementing an EDP with Web Services
  • Module 4 – Implementing a Workplace Lookup
  • Module 5 – Implementing a Basic CorasWorks Grid Display
  • Module 6 – Implementing an Advanced Grid Display Adapter

A written outline, course schedule, and registration can be accessed from the Training & Education page under the Services tab of the CorasWorks website.  You can always email info@corasworks.net for pricing or general questions.

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