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Our QAD Curriculum utilizes instructors/consultants with years of practical knowledge and experience in manufacturing and process engineering. Courses range from our AT class, which provides a comprehensive study of QAD setup and implementation, to detailed training in advanced topics. Technical courses are also offered for the IT professional providing insight into the methods and techniques for enhancing QAD.
MRP/DRP Analyses (121)
This course is intended for ERP Professionals responsible for maintaining and supporting an implementation of QAD. This course covers a step-by-step approach to analyzing and correcting QAD MRP/DRP output through a series of custom reports and worksheets. Also included is a review of proper setup of MRP/DRP based on real manufacturing modules.
Enhancing QAD for Developers (122)
This course is intended for the IT professional responsible for maintaining, enhancing and supporting a QAD system. The course covers basic programming standards, the web side of QAD, QAD side databases, inquiry/report programs, integrating an enhancement, basic Progress database tuning issues, performance tuning, the Progress programming language, and many other topics of interest. The course also contains laboratory exercises to re-enforce many of the topics covered.
QAD Customer and Suppliers Schedules (123)
This course is designed for buyers, planners, schedulers, material managers, inventory control, and production managers. The course covers the setup and relationship of customer and suppliers schedules to MRP. The course reviews the output and interpretation of customer and supplier schedules with relationship to manufacturing, purchasing, and customer service.
CRP & Resource/Production Planning (124)
This course is designed for buyers, planners, schedulers, material managers, inventory control, and production managers.
QAD Enterprise Application Training (170)
This course is course designed for QAD users in the purchasing, manufacturing, distribution, and financial areas of an organization using the QAD ERP application. This is a non-technical class, and no previous developer experience is required. If your organization has QAD or plans to implement in the near future, this course is perfectly suited to arm your users with a broad overview on basic functionality and how to get the most out of this powerful application.
This course will be taught in a QAD 2010 Standard Edition environment incorporating the .NET user interface. The goals of the course are to:
- Provide an implementation-driven overview of QAD Enterprise Applications
- Get some hands-on experience with the software
- Establish some initial implementation parameters
QAD CSS for Developers (229)
This course is offered to develop the necessary technical skills to deploy, customize, maintain and support installations of QAD CSS.
The student will be exposed to core QAD CSS concepts critical to any implementation. There are three major areas of concentration in this course:
- QAD CSS Technology: This area will cover QAD CSS designs and architecture, data structures, development concepts and principles, as well as application design and coding standards.
- QAD CSS Deployment: This area will cover important topics on planning, installing and running a successful QAD CSS website.
- QAD CSS Development and Customizations: This area covers key development and customization techniques for post-installation projects. A thorough understanding of these techniques will help QAD CSS developers understand how to preserve core QAD CSS elements to ensure an unobstructed upgrade path in the future. Course objectives are met through a series of lectures and lab exercises. Students receive a course book containing design, installation, implementation, and customization concepts covered in class. The course book is a guide for the class as well as a resource for the graduate in the future.
QAD .NET User Interface Basics (571)
This course will cover basic navigation for the QAD .NET User Interface, including menus, browses, maintenance functions and reports. This course is recommended for QAD users already familiar with either the Character User Interface (CHUI) or the Graphical User Interface (GUI) of QAD. New QAD users should consider taking the QAD Enterprise Applications Introductory Training course to become familiar with the basic concepts of QAD, as well as the basic navigation of the QAD .NET Interface.
Advanced .NET User Interface (572)
This course is recommended for QAD "power" users or System Administrators already familiar with the QAD .NET User Interface or who have already taken the QAD .NET User Interface Basics course.
Supporting the .NET User Interface (573)
This course is recommended for QAD System Administrators who will be responsible for the day-to-day support of the QAD .NET User Interface. It is recommended that people taking this course are already familiar with the QAD .NET User Interface or have already taken the QAD .NET User Interface Basics course.
Inventory Accuracy Improvement
This class helps teach best practices in inventory control in a QAD environment. Students will learn how to diagnose inventory problems and take corrective action, as well as use process metrics to gauge performance. This class does not address planning parameters that drive the supply chain. The focus of this class is to maintain an accurate perpetual inventory. Students should have a working knowledge of QAD and be familiar with basic inventory functions.For more information on BravePoint's training courses, call 770-449-9696.