The Advanced Course was developed following the Basic Course. It does not touch the questions of the work of an ordinary user at all. The advanced course is for those who want to learn how to set up PlanFix systematically and "correctly" in my view of correctness. These are heads of companies, and proactive employees, and those wishing to become integrators, and even acting integrators who consolidate their knowledge or improve their qualifications.
As a result of training, two types of graduates are obtained: students who did not complete all tasks on time, and administrators who completed everything on time.
And who wants to complete the course and did not have time for the first time - they repeat the course for free and complete the tasks that they did not complete in order to receive administrator certificates.
For those wishing to keep abreast of events, you can sign up for further sets with a significant discount to deal with new materials.
Lectures on the advanced course are delivered not only by me, but also by Planfix integrators:
And every time I try to invite someone else on some new topic, where I see the strengths of the guys. This is how new lectures and assignments appear, and integrators have the opportunity to test their theories
Now I have 2 new formats in development:
The workshops are still under development, they will be held on weekends in the afternoon, so that everyone can get enough sleep and have time to families time, and then took up their own development. I think we'll start in December or January.
When graduates of the basic course go to advanced, I understand a person's motivation much more clearly than he does and try to help him a little more than everyone else.
When graduates of the advanced course go to the certification of the Planfix integrator, I worry that the person has gone to a new level of his development. I cannot help such guys by answering questions, it is not fair. But I help to find the answer on my own, I help to reason, look for answers in the documentation and in the past lectures.
But that's a completely different story, of course.