Guidewire Education has launched a new series of Guidewire training courses for developers and analysts for the Banff release of Guidewire. Covering InsuranceSuite, Data, Digital, and InsuranceNow, the new Guidewire training courses cover key features in the Banff release. This includes 20 courses that highlight key new Banff capabilities, such as charge breakdown, editions functionality in APD, InsuranceSuite REST API client, claim migration tool, and other Guidewire Cloud migration considerations.
Courses are grouped by role or by specific products across the Guidewire platform. For example, there are courses specifically designed for developers that span across all the products and functions of InsuranceSuite, or you can select a course that only focuses on a single product, like BillingCenter. The Education team has also created this handy data sheet that gives a wonderful overview of all the courses available for Banff, and provides links to each specific course.
Ready to Learn?
If you already have a Guidewire Education subscription, you can easily get started by logging into your account with the Guidewire Education site. From there, click My Learning > My Learning Paths, open the appropriate subscription, and select your desired course. You can learn more about obtaining a Guidewire Education subscription here.
Want to Get Certified?
Guidewire Education offers training courses and learning paths for a variety of roles. You can get started working towards a bona-fide Guidewire certification for any of the following products and roles:
If you’re new to Guidewire and are just getting started, the Guidewire Education team also offers a complete training path for Guidewire developers and analysts. This path takes you through the complete journey and culminates with a certification that demonstrates your competency with Guidewire.
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Senior Manager, Product Marketing
Ryan manages go-to-market programs for the Guidewire Marketplace and Guidewire Developer. A novice coder himself, he's currently working on a Python program that plays Craps.