This one day Nintex training course has been designed to provide SharePoint power users with an introduction to Nintex Workflow. This course has been designed to provide a balance of theory and class room discussion and hands on lab time. This combination of theory and practice enables the students to discuss new concepts and then put them into practical applications during the labs.
This course has been designed for SharePoint power users who have already attended the
SharePoint Members and Site Owners end-user training, and
Nintex Forms courses. If you are ready to take your SharePoint skills to the
next level then this course is for you. This course will enable you to create
and deploy workflows that can help you automate and enhance your business
This course has been developed to build upon the concepts presented in the end-user, site owners, and InfoPath or Nintex Forms courses. These prerequisite courses provide the base knowledge of SharePoint and electronic forms which are critical for understanding workflow.
At Course Completion:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand how to create a Nintex Workflow
Monitor and participate in a Nintex Workflow
Know how to add business logic to a workflow
Know how a workflow can interact with people
Understand workflow templates and snippets
Understand the reporting and dashboards for workflow
This first module establishes the basics concepts which surround business processes and workflows. Students are provided with guidelines and given a worksheet to assist in planning workflows back at the office.
Module 2: Participating in a workflow
In this module students learn the lifcycle of initiating, monitoring and terminating a workflow. Students will learn how to inspect a workflow’s history and status.
Module 3: Creating a workflow
Students will be introduced to the Nintex Workflow Designer and the methods used to create and publish workflows.
Module 4: Managing a workflow
This module discusses concepts such as variables, start-up options, expected durations, scheduling and constants. Students will learn best practices for managing workflows.
Module 5: Creating business logic
In this module students will learn how to create sophisticated workflows by adding logic and decisions into a workflow.
Module 6: Working with people
This module addresses the challenges associated with user interaction in workflows. Students will learn how to streamline workflows and reduce user-related bottlenecks.
Module 7: Workflow templates
Students will learn how to create and publish workflow templates to facilitate sharing of workflows across the organisation.
Module 8: Reporting and monitoring
In this module students will learn how workflow reports assist with managing and monitoring workflows and give visibility into the business processes.
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