Re: Oracle Financials Training Options
Date: Wed, 08 Oct 2008 08:14:50 +0300
The option you are missing is reading documentation!
As you said you are not new to Oracle Financials in this case if you follow the docs will get used it easily.
About trainings if you consider to attend in EU I recommend this guy (http://www.linkedin.com/in/norrbohm)
Stephen Andert wrote:
> Hi there,
> I've been put in a position of being backup for our Financials stuff
> and will need to provide coverage during a team member's planned time
> off. As a result, I need to refresh my Financials knowledge (~8 years
> old) and get up to speed. My employer is not against spending some
> money on training but has concerns with making sure we get quality
> (been burned in the past with a waste of time/money).
> As I see it the options are listed below with the main drawbacks
> listed in () after each:
> 1. Oracle Classroom (quality of instructor is variable)
> 2. CBT (no opportunity to dig deeper on "why", interruptions)
> 3. Third party training (quality of training material/instructor is
> My questions for you folks are:
> 1. Am I missing any options?
> 2. Any recommendations for #3?
> 3. If we go with Oracle Classroom, is there any way to get
> recommendations for the actual instructor PRIOR to the class)?
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