Trusted teacher: I am very adept at working optimally with Google apps. These are free and ideal for sharing files. In class you will learn to use and share basic apps. The nk to Word and Excel, but from Google which is simpler. Version management and sharing with others is very clear, this is understandable for everyone. During the lesson you carry out the steps and then you organize it further for yourself. In the further sequel you create your own cash book or survey in the spreadsheet. Clearly grouping in your own dashboard is almost automatic, I help you with that. I teach you to use all this on a phone, laptop or tablet.
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ASL2® aims to professionalize the application management course. This is achieved by offering a framework in which the processes of applications management are brought into relationship. In addition, the framework serves as a framework for categorizing developed best practices. In addition to the framework, ASL includes a uniform glossary. By using this terminology, parties involved in the applications management can communicate better with each other. (source: aslbislfoundation.org) The learning objectives for an ASL® training are: Knowledge regarding - The positioning of ASL® in a management organization - The distinction and relationships with other forms of management - The ASL® reference model for management • The context (outside world) • The process clusters • The processes • The relationships - The purpose of the various processes - The activities within the various processes - The relationships between the processes (coherence) Skills regarding - Recognizing ASL® in practice Attitude with regard to - The acceptance of ASL® as a Service Management method - The concepts for certification of ASL®
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