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New training offerings for Partner Enablement –Airlifts and Architecture Bootcamps

The PowerApps, Flow and Common Data Service engineering teams are running a limited number of enablement offerings for partners called Partner Airlifts and Partner Architecture Bootcamps.


These offerings are free for qualified Microsoft SI partners and meant to help you quickly build capacity and technical proficiency in PowerApps, Flow & the Common Data Service. Depending on the stage of your journey to become a PowerApps partner, attend one or both workshops to take advantage of these limited offerings.


Partner Airlift

3-Day workshop, with 200-level instructor-led presentations, followed by hands-on-labs and interactive sessions. The labs will help you go right into the products and apply what you learn. The exercise and envisioning session will simulate what you can bring to the customer.


After attending the Airlift, get equipped with an effective technical toolkit to run envisioning activities and accelerate sales with customers. This workshop is specifically designed to enable the customer-facing resources in a partners’ consulting practice.


This workshop is free for Microsoft SI partners who have registered to become a PowerApps partner and started their readiness journey. Once you leverage your learnings from this workshop to build your expertise and services, you will be invited to our offers program to help you develop and grow your business.


Register for the PowerApps and Flow Partner Airlift


We will be coming to Europe and South America starting January 2020 and will continue to provide a limited number of additional US Airlifts then as well.



Architecture Bootcamps 

5-Day instructor-led classroom training with 300-400 level architecture content.


If you have seasoned PowerApps resources (with an active or upcoming PowerApps implementations), the Architecture Bootcamps are a must for them. This is an advanced training and is geared towards technical resources with familiarity of PowerApps and Flow. Send your customer-facing technical resources build their deep expertise in this intensive Bootcamp training.


The Bootcamp will provide consultants, architects and developers with the tools and best practices to run successful PowerApps implementations of high complexity. Ensure your technical resources fully hone-in on the product architecture and roadmap to make confident decisions and develop robust solutions with the right solution architecture.


Register for the PowerApps and Flow Architecture Bootcamps


We have a very limited number of Bootcamps throughout the year. Please bookmark the above link and check back for additional locations.


If you’re a customer and would like to also get trained, start by attending an App in a Day (AIAD). The list of events is available at More AIADs will keep getting added, so continue to check back if you can’t make one of these. If you’re looking for advanced training beyond AIAD, get in touch with one of our AIAD partners.


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