Learn in the New UX with Level 1 Model Building

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A lesson from the Level 1 Model Building course featuring new content and screenshots around the New UX.A lesson from the Level 1 Model Building course featuring new content and screenshots around the New UX.

Today we will launch the updated Level 1 Model Building on-demand training. This is a newly updated course that includes the Anaplan New UX. For those of you just starting your Anaplan learning journey, please use this New UX version of Level 1 Model Building beginning today (July 1, 2020).

For those of you currently in the middle of our existing Level 1 Model Building course that is built around the classic Anaplan UX, you may continue your learning in the existing course until August 1, 2020. On August 1, the existing version of the Level 1 Model Building course will be retired. Please complete the existing course and certification exam or complete a transition into the new course before that time.

Over the next month, our on-demand and instructor-led Level 1 Model Building course, as well as our on-demand Level 2 Model Building course, will launch new versions featuring micro-lessons with New UX screens and updated activities for building UX pages.

More information and a link to FAQs about the Level 1 Model Building on-demand transition can be found here.

The instructor-led version of Level 1 Model Building will be available for train-the-trainer at the end of July and for delivery to learners shortly thereafter. Look for the on-demand Level 2 Model Building course with New UX updates to launch at the end of July, too. The instructor-led version of Level 2 Model Building with New UX content is already available for enrollment.

For details on all our courses and our public training schedule, please visit our Instructor Led Courses page.

2 Comments
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

This is really great to see for both L1 and L2. Will hopefully show some best practice and what to (and not do) when building out in New UX.

New Contributor

For those of us who took L1 in classic UX but plan on taking L2 in NUX, what is the recommended way to get up to speed in building in NUX? Do we have access to the NUX micro-lessons that are provided in the new training?