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ARCHIBUS Training

Learn how to take full advantage of ARCHIBUS to enhance your productivity. ARCHIBUS, Inc. offers a wide range of training options to serve all levels of trainees -from novice through advanced- and allows you to design a curriculum that best meets your specific requirements.

Courses can be arranged and customized for an organization's special requirements and delivered on-site. If you are interested in on-site training, please contact the Training Coordinator at training@archibus.com or call 617-227-2508.

EU101 - Fundamentals

The 4-day Fundamentals course is designed to give participants an understanding of ARCHIBUS' foundational data requirements along with a working knowledge of its key tools: Web Central, Smart Client, and the Smart Client Extension for AutoCAD. In addition, the course provides an introduction to administering key domains: Space Planning & Management, Real Estate Portfolio Management, Asset Management, and Building Operations. The EU101 course is only offered in traditional or virtual courses.

TR101w – Foundations (web)

The 2-part Foundations course is an intensive webinar series designed to give participants an understanding of ARCHIBUS' foundational data requirements along with a working knowledge of its key tools: Web Central, Smart Client, and the Smart Client Extension for AutoCAD. The course is an introduction for those expecting to use ARCHIBUS on a regular basis, for administrators who need to understand the tools available for different roles, and for existing clients who would like to review or adopt new technologies. The course (or its equivalent) is a requirement for those who have not used the most recent versions of ARCHIBUS and who plan on attending one of the application-specific courses offered afterward.

Note: Web-based sessions require students spend 1 to 2 hours after each session in self-study and include an additional hour at the beginning of each session for an interactive question-and-answer period. An on-line environment is provided for self-study.

TR110w - Space Planning & Move Management (web)

The 4-part Space Planning and Move Management course is an intensive webinar series designed to give participants an understanding of ARCHIBUS' capabilities for space and occupancy planning, moves, adds, and changes (MAC). After a brief overview, the course provides an in-depth, hands-on experience focused on teaching the data requirements, industry standards, business processes, and technologies available for managing space and occupancy with ARCHIBUS.

Note: Web-based sessions require students spend 1 to 2 hours after each session in self-study and include an additional hour at the beginning of each session for an interactive question-and-answer period. An on-line environment is provided for self-study.

TR130w - Real Estate Portfolio & Capital Project Mgmt. (web)

The 4-part Real Estate Portfolio and Capital Project Management course is an intensive webinar series designed to give participants an understanding of ARCHIBUS' capabilities for building, land, and lease management, and space and capital planning. After a brief overview, the course provides in-depth, hands-on experience focused on teaching the data requirements, industry standards, and business processes for managing an inventory of real property assets, forecasting space requirements, and supporting the capital planning cycle. 

Note: Web-based sessions require students spend 1 to 2 hours after each session in self-study and include an additional hour at the beginning of each session for an interactive question-and-answer period. An on-line environment is provided for self-study.

TR210 - System Administration: Foundations

ARCHIBUS “System Administration Foundations” is an intensive 2-day course that covers how to install and configure the ARCHIBUS environment and to control the user experience. The course covers topics like installation, configuration, user set-up, security, and report creation. This course is designed for the ARCHIBUS administrator, and system administrator responsible for installing the software, maintaining system integrity, and designing menus and reports.

TR210w - System Administration: Foundations (web)

The 4-part ARCHIBUS “System Administration: Foundations” course is an intensive webinar series that covers how to install and configure the ARCHIBUS environment and to control the user experience. The course covers topics like installation, configuration, user set-up, security, and report creation. This course is designed for the ARCHIBUS administrator, and system administrator responsible for installing the software, maintaining system integrity, and designing menus and reports.

Note: Web-based sessions require students spend 1 to 2 hours after each session in self-study and include an additional hour at the beginning of each session for an interactive question-and-answer period. An on-line environment is provided for self-study.

TR220 - System Administration: Intermediate Techniques

ARCHIBUS “System Administration: Intermediate Techniques” is an intensive 2-day course that covers how to leverage the open nature of the database and its supporting technology. The course builds on the topics introduced in TR-210 by covering topics like database modification and upgrades, performance metric development, printed output configuration, and intermediate Connector development. This course is designed for the system and database administrators responsible for managing the database, developing key metrics, controlling printed output, and integrating the database with other systems. 

TR220w - System Administration: Intermediate Techniques (web)

The 4-part ARCHIBUS “System Administration: Intermediate Techniques” course is an intensive webinar series that covers how to leverage the open nature of the database and its supporting technology. The course builds on the topics introduced in TR-210 by covering topics like database modification and upgrades, performance metric development, printed output configuration, and intermediate Connector development. This course is designed for the system and database administrators responsible for managing the database, developing key metrics, controlling printed output, and integrating the database with other systems.

Note: Web-based sessions require students spend 1 to 2 hours after each session in self-study and include an additional hour at the beginning of each session for an interactive question-and-answer period. An on-line environment is provided for self-study. 

TR310 - Add-In Development: Foundations

ARCHIBUS “ARCHIBUS Add-In Development: Foundations” is a 1-day hands-on session exploring Web Central’s built-in report and dashboard writers, the View Definition and Dashboard Definition Wizards. The View Definition Wizard is taught in TR-210, but this course takes an in-depth look at the tool across a variety of applications and includes practice working with templates for paginated reporting. This course is designed for the ARCHIBUS integrator responsible for report writing and dashboard creation and is designed to help integrators become proficient in the two tools. ARCHIBUS recommends familiarity with common database tables and fields.

TR320 - Add-In Development: Intermediate Techniques

ARCHIBUS “Add-In Development: Intermediate Techniques” is a 2-day hands-on session designed to extend the capabilities of the Web Central product using underlying technology. The course teaches how to create custom reports, forms, and dashboards that are tailored to the processes of your organization and to create buttons, links, document fields, and exporting capabilities that help the wider organization take advantage of the rich repository of data stored in ARCHIBUS. This course is designed for the integrator responsible for designing or modifying custom reports and forms. ARCHIBUS recommends that participants have experience with at least one ARCHIBUS application, the View Definition Wizard, and some basic XML. Attendance at both TR101 and TR310 is also recommended. 

TR320w - Add-In Development: Intermediate Techniques (web)

The 4-part ARCHIBUS “Add-In Development: Intermediate Techniques” course is an intensive webinar series designed to extend the capabilities of the Web Central product using underlying technology. The course teaches how to create custom reports, forms, and dashboards that are tailored to the processes of your organization and to create buttons, links, document fields, and exporting capabilities that help the wider organization take advantage of the rich repository of data stored in ARCHIBUS. This course is designed for the integrator responsible for designing or modifying custom reports and forms. ARCHIBUS recommends that participants have experience with at least one ARCHIBUS application, the View Definition Wizard, and some basic XML. Attendance at both TR101 and TR310 is also recommended. 

Note: Web-based sessions require students spend 1 to 2 hours after each session in self-study and include an additional hour at the beginning of each session for an interactive question-and-answer period. An on-line environment is provided for self-study. 

TR330 - Add-In Development: Advanced Techniques

ARCHIBUS “Add-In Development: Advanced Techniques” is a 2-day hands-on session exploring the Web Central interface and underlying technology. This course teaches how to extend the interface in order to design custom workflows and calculations, send email notifications, add HTML and CSS components, compile code, etc.  This course is designed for the experienced ARCHIBUS integrator responsible for customizing the interface and business workflow. ARCHIBUS recommends that participants have experience with at least one application and strongly recommends participation in TR320. 

TR330w - Add-In Development: Advanced Techniques (web)

The 4-part ARCHIBUS “Add-In Development: Advanced Techniques” course is an intensive webinar series exploring the Web Central interface and underlying technology. This course teaches how to extend the interface in order to design custom workflows and calculations, send email notifications, add HTML and CSS components, compile code, etc.  This course is designed for the experienced ARCHIBUS integrator responsible for customizing the interface and business workflow. ARCHIBUS recommends that participants have experience with at least one application and strongly recommends participation in TR320. 

Note: Web-based sessions require students spend 1 to 2 hours after each session in self-study and include an additional hour at the beginning of each session for an interactive question-and-answer period. An on-line environment is provided for self-study. 

Note: The minimum class size in Boston is three (3). The minimum class size in Reston, VA is six (6). Attendees are responsible for transportation and other expenses incurred while attending training. If a class is under-subscribed, it may be canceled or rescheduled at the discretion of ARCHIBUS, Inc. ARCHIBUS, Inc. assumes no responsibility for penalties or fees incurred for advanced, special rate, or non-cancelable fares. Cancellation by the student within five (5) business days before the class date will result in payment of 50% of the course fee if the seat cannot be filled. Cancellation by the student within three (3) business days before the class date will result in payment of 100% of the course fee if the seat cannot be filled.