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Atlassian JIRA Admin Training – Part 1 & 2

Atlassian JIRA Admin Training – Part 1 & 2
Event on 2017-08-01 09:00:00
Atlassian Training: JIRA Admin Part 1 & 2 Learn how to get the most from your JIRA tools This two-day training bundle consists of the Atlassian Approved JIRA Admin training courses designed for new or intermediate JIRA administrators. These courses are delivered in London by BDQ who are an Atlassian Approved Training Provider. Get an in-depth knowledge of how to administer and configure JIRA Know how to tailor JIRA to your organisation's requirements Run your organisation's JIRA instances efficiently Use JIRA's reporting features effectively Configure custom fields and permissions Customise workflows to match business processes  Dominic Bush, CTO & Co-founder of BDQ has been actively using the JIRA products for a number of years, and has an in-depth knowledge of the tools and how they can be configured to provide the maximum return on your investment.   Structure The two-day bundle is split into two parts: JIRA Admin Part 1: Getting up and running JIRA Admin Part 2: Taking it to the next level Together, these courses give an in-depth overview of JIRA administration. Attendees can register for one course only if that this required. Please take note of the suggested course pre-requisites to get the most out of your training. Each course combines in-person training and hands-on lab work for the attendees to get the maximum benefit from the session Pricing Bundle price for day 1 & 2: £1095 +VAT per attendee Individual course price: £595 per + VAT attendee Location The course fees include training materials and lunch. Please specify any dietary requirements at time of booking. London, UK Our training courses can be held publicly, privately or on site. For alternative dates or locations, please contact us for more information: enquiries@bdq.cloud Day 1. JIRA Admin Part 1: Getting up and running  Here you learn the most important tasks to set up a new JIRA instance (JIRA Software, JIRA Core or JIRA Service Desk). You get hands-on experience performing the administration tasks that are common to all three JIRA applications. Topics include a solid introduction to the following areas of JIRA Administration: user management, global and project permissions, project roles, and the configuration of issue types, workflows, and screens. You also learn how to share project configuration by taking advantage of the power of schemes. The course includes a variety of business use cases to assist you in understanding JIRA administration, and best practices are emphasized for each topic. High-level topics System settings User and group management Configuring global permissions Project creation and configuration Issue types Workflows Fields and screens Project permissions and roles Sharing project configurations Introduction to schemes Who should attend? This course is designed for new JIRA administrators. This includes anyone who administers JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, and/or JIRA Core. Level Introductory to Intermediate Suggested prerequisites JIRA Essentials course or equivalent experience using JIRA – you should have a basic understanding of projects, issues, issue types, and workflow You should know the basics of using the JIRA application(s) you have – JIRA Software, JIRA Service Desk, and/or JIRA Core Optional: Getting Started with JIRA Software course if you use JIRA Software Format 7 hour live classroom session (plus hands-on exercises)   After attending this course, attendees should be able to: Configure system settings Set up users and groups Configure global permissions Create and configure projects Create issue types Update workflows Edit fields and screens Configure project permissions and roles Share project configurations Day 2. JIRA Admin Part 2: Taking it to the next level Here you learn administration tasks necessary for a production-level JIRA implementation, focusing on JIRA Software and JIRA Core. You learn how to map business requirements into JIRA configurations as well as how to set board and sprint permissions. The course also goes deeper into the administration tasks covered in JIRA Administration Part 1 – you get to explore more complex schemes and more advanced workflow customization. The course is structured around a case study where you create a standard set of configurations and schemes and apply these to new and existing projects based on their business requirements. Real world examples and best practices are emphasized throughout the course and are reinforced with hands-on practice.  High-level topics Mapping your business requirements into JIRA Configuring issue types, fields, screens and their associated schemes Customizing workflows with conditions, validators, and post functions Configuring board and sprint permissions Applying configurations to new and existing projects Who should attend? This course is designed for new JIRA Software Administrators who administer JIRA Software and/or JIRA Core Course address both Software and Core JIRA Administrators but main focus will be on Software. The labs will be around a Software case study but will introduce Core examples where possible. Most topics will be applicable for both. This course should help customers prepare for the Certification exam but it doesn't cover all questions in certification exam Level Intermediate Suggested prerequisites JIRA Essentials Getting Started with JIRA Software / JIRA Software Part 1: Getting started JIRA Administration Part 1: Getting up and running Format 7 hour live classroom session (plus hands-on exercises). After attending this course, attendees should be able to: Ask stakeholders the right questions to extract your business requirements Map business requirements to JIRA configurations Create schemes that associate Specify different behaviours for fields for different issue types in different projects Specify different screens for particular operations for different issue types in different projects Create conditions, validators, and post functions to your workflows Configure who can manage sprints and administer boards Apply standard schemes and configurations to new and existing projects Institute JIRA administration best practices   JIRA Admin Part 1 & 2 are also available separately.  

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