Decisions now offers asynchronous and self-paced courses for both product training and Decisions Developer curriculum. All learning elements can be found in the LMS.
No. Each Sprint is a complete project and can be completed at the pace of the student. Developer Sprints are completed linearly, so students must successfully complete the preceding Sprint before attending future Sprints.
To maintain the academic integrity of our certification program we do not allow individuals to just sit-in on certification events. All of the lectures and instructor-led events are recorded and provided to anyone that wants access to this information via YouTube.
There are two ways to engage training support
1. Submit a training ticket from the learning portal in support.decisions.com.
2. Specific questions can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. All Decisions training is delivered in our latest release, with a curriculum designed for the Training environments provided to all registered participants.
Yes. Successful course completion is based on two parts:
1. Project presented and submitted to a Decisions Trainer, after submission of a training ticket or email to email@example.com.
2. Multiple choice, open book exam completed with a score of 70 or higher.
At Decisions, we have a number of training options available to customers, prospective customers, and partners. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll now.
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