Power User Training - Relatics 5
The Power User Training focuses on setting up and maintaining Relatics 5 workspaces in Systems Engineering projects. This training course is an introduction to the possibilities offered by the Relatics software.
The Power User Training offers an optimum balance between theory and practice. The focus is on setting up and maintaining Relatics workspaces. After completing the training course, you can set up and further develop Relatics workspaces so that projects can manage information transparently.
The training consists of 3 group training sessions and takes place at our office in Ridderkerk.
The group training sessions are classroom-based, usually in a group of 6 to 8 people under the guidance of an experienced trainer. Group discussions and interaction with other participants enhance the learning effect. The assignments are developed around a construction project case.
The training is usually given in Dutch, but periodically also in English. Please check the dates carefully to see which language you are registering for. Of course, the Dutch-language training courses are also open to non-native Dutch speakers, provided you understand and speak sufficient Dutch.
The Power User Training is intended for users with the ambition to set up Relatics but with little or no experience with this aspect. Most participants are part of or supporting a project team and often have the role of Systems Engineer or Project Consultant. It is a strong advantage if you already have experience with Relatics as an end user.
The training is not intended for ICT/Data Managers who are not part of or directly supporting projects. Also, the Power User Training is certainly not an end-user training. If you are interested in this, please get in touch with us.
What will you learn?
To set up Relatics, including:
- Adding tables in a Relatics workspace
- Defining queries
- User management
- Importing data from source files
- Calculations and functions
To analyze project needs, including:
- Defining a Systems Engineering model consisting of elements, properties and relations
- Guidelines for good modelling
- Entering a Systems Engineering model into the software
Organization exclusive (optional)
Please note: From a practical point of view, only registrations made at least 1 week in advance will be accepted.
Price (VAT exclusive)
3 group training sessions from 09:00 until 17:00
2984 BG Ridderkerk
Ruben Tukker Bryan Versendaal