At Alfresco our training curriculum is structured around you and how you use Alfresco. Our courses are delivered in a variety of mediums from self-paced eLearning to full on-site instructor led classes. Whether you are coming to Alfresco for the first time or are in the development and deployment stages of a project, we have you covered.
Our Foundation for Developers course is a self-paced training course that covers a wide range of basic Alfresco skills and, as such, is a rapid but firm foundation in our open source architecture, configuration, content modeling and application development using Alfresco.
Foundation for Developers is intended to bring Project Managers, Technical Architects and Business Analysts up to speed quickly with Alfresco technology. You don’t need prior experience of Alfresco, but you do need practical experience of Windows or Linux Operating Systems and of configuring systems using XML.
Essentials for Developers is for you if you are about to start an Alfresco development project, this course is an accelerated option to get you up to speed as quickly as possible with the Alfresco development process. This course is for new developers on Alfresco and now covers Web scripts and Share configuration.
Featuring all new material and exercise labs built around the latest Alfresco release 4.0 this is a course you will not want to miss. If you are an existing Alfresco developer who knows the Java API and the Explorer interface - but wants to convert to the new development model and the new Share interface this is an excellent start for you.
Our move towards providing training your way continues with the release of Alfresco Elements. We now provide three different ways of training delivery.
Instructor-led classes are regularly scheduled on a global basis, or delivered directly at your site. Our instructor led classes can be tailored for on-site delivery offering you flexibility and choice about how to train your people. Our instructors are some of the most knowledgeable people in the Alfresco world.
The folks were running the class were great, and really knew their product. They also tried to tweak the course on the fly to satisfy the audience, and were available for detailed questions.
The labs were extremely useful for applying all of the knowledge learned in each lesson and gave you the opportunity to stretch that knowledge and apply your own flavour to the solution.
Having read the Alfresco 3.0 and Alfresco Developer Guide books, I was really just hoping this would help solidify some concepts and give me a foundation and jump start for future design decisions. It did that and MUCH more. I can now see clearly how Alfresco can benefit all or our initiatives and client projects. The instructor (Darryl) was very knowledgeable and more than capable (and willing) to provide detailed answers to my specific questions. Highly recommended to anyone considering beginning work on an Alfresco development project!