Process Mining Training Online
You have taken your first steps, dipped your toes in and played around, but now you want to get serious about process mining? Join one of our small-group trainings online!
Disco makes it very easy to get started with process mining: You import some data and Disco produces a process map. That is a great start, but your journey has only just begun — There are a lot of important topics around process mining that you really need to know, so that you can apply it productively: How do you prepare the data? How can you ensure data quality? How can you interpret your results? And also, what kinds of analyses can you even do in the first place?
We have heard all the questions that process mining newcomers ask, and we know the things they often miss when they start out. In this course, we have put all our experience together to give you the essentials that you need to know to be ready for using process mining in practice. Skip the learning by trial and error, and put that documentation and theory books aside for a minute — This training will give you the fundamental knowledge and skills to hit the ground running and use the full potential of process mining in your work.
Our training takes place over a series of interactive web training sessions. This means that you can jump in and ask questions at any point in time, just like you would do in a classroom setting. There are four sessions that run from 15:00 to 17:00 CEST each day (see your own timezone here). Between the sessions, you have a few days to process the materials and practice with additional exercises, on your own time. This online training covers all the practical process mining topics of our popular two-day on-site training.
The registration for the upcoming three trainings is now open:
September/October 2020 Training: Mo 28 September, Thu 1 October, Mo 5 October, and Thu 8 October
November/December 2020 Training: Mo 23 November, Thu 26 November, Mo 30 November, and Thu 3 November
January/February 2021 Training: Mo 25 January, Thu 28 January, Mo 1 February, and Thu 4 February
See further details and reserve your spot for the training now!