Maximizing your investment by arming you with the skills you need.
Your commitment to Blueprint means a lot to us, and we want to ensure that you are maximizing your investment by giving you the knowledge and skills you need to become fully proficient in our solution.
Supporting all forms of content delivery, Blueprint e-learning offers students an engaging online curriculum to learn the foundations of using Blueprint. E-learning extends beyond the classroom and allows students to learn at their own pace, with skill-testing quizzes and certification achievements included.
For a personalized approach to training, in-person classes are customized to your organizational needs and give you contact with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to dig deeper into particular topics, ensuring specific questions get answered by the right people.
Blueprint delivers your learning needs through a variety of program delivery models.
Fundamentals: Provides students with an introduction to Blueprint as well as key concepts and skills to author requirements in Blueprint.
Intermediate: An extension from our Fundamentals course, this learning module examines complex scenarios like Use Cases, Business Process Diagrams, Integrations, and Testing.
Learn how to participate in reviews, simulate use cases created by authors, and comment on discussions..
Learn about the basics of Storyteller, the Explorer, Main content area & the Utility Panel. A thorough understanding of Artifacts and Collaborating in Storyteller with Discussions, Collections & Rapid Review. Completing with the Process Editor, where the user implements the process with user flow and user-system task flow.
Learn various instance-wide settings, or project-specific settings that impact the way users interact with Blueprint.
Use Case Modeling
Review essential concepts and practice skills to define use cases and author requirements, including constructing use cases, leveraging UI mockups and storyboarding.
Building with Blueprint
Understand how to communicate requirements using different features within Blueprint by immersing learners in the application, beginning with the creation of textual requirements to elaboration and illustration using Use Cases, approvals, and sign-off.
Learn about XML Data, XPath which is a syntax to specify part of an XML file and Blueprint Add-In Tags which allows the user to add XPath to word templates.