Jira is an extremely configurable tool, which is what makes it so strong. But this can also be its weakness if the right implementation choices are not made. This training course will allow you to acquire the necessary skills to transform your business needs into functional projects on Jira while adhering to the best practices acquired by our consultants over the years.
This training course is based on numerous practical exercises and is led by our experienced consultant-trainers. These 2 days will give you a clear understanding of how to solve your issues by implementing projects in Jira. Pooling knowledge is a powerful driver for continual innovation.
Regular Jira users who want to become recognized administrators, and administrators wishing to improve their skills, adopt best practices, and transform their business needs into successful implementations.
Advanced knowledge and work experience of a variety of real Jira use cases as a technical consultant; engineering or equivalent master’s degree.
Teaching approach and resources
Training combines theoretical lectures with interactive oral and computer-based practical work.
A multiple choice quiz tests what participants have learned at the end of the course. A satisfaction survey is also offered to those trained at the end of the day.
Good knowledge of Jira’s main concepts (points covered in the Jira User Training course).
Check that you have the prerequisites with our online app.
→ 10 questions. Necessary score: 7/10
- Be independent in configuring and developing one’s Jira instance
- Be able to transform business needs into a Jira implementation
- Be able to effectively deploy a Jira instance
- This training course is design to be delivered in Server, Data Center, and Cloud mode.
- General settings
- Configuration concepts
- Jira request types
- Priority management
- Custom screens and fields
- Field configuration
- Users, groups, and project roles
- Ticket security
- Advanced workflows
- Projects archiving
- Marketplace apps
- Automation in projects
- Local installation of a Jira instance