New Dynamics 365 learning paths: October 2020 roundup

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New role-based learning paths are being released every month on Microsoft Learn to help you build skills and prepare for a Microsoft Certification. Whether you’re beginning or continuing your skilling journey, take a moment to browse the learning paths that became available in October 2020. You can work through this free, online, modular training at your own pace. Choose a learning path and start it today. Before you know it, you’ll have a new set of skills you can demonstrate to employers or colleagues. Want help figuring out where to begin and which training to take when? Check out the landing page for Dynamics 365.

 

The following learning paths were released in October 2020. 

 

FastTrack for Dynamics 365

 

Learning path

Role

Certification

Use Success by Design for Customer engagement apps solutions

Four modules (seven additional modules to be added by November 14)

Solution architect, functional consultant 

Not currently part of an exam

 

Business Central

  

Learning path

Role

Certification

Use Power BI in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

Three modules

Developer, functional consultant 

Not currently part of an exam

Develop using Power Apps and Power Automate for Dynamics 365 Business Central

Five modules

Developer, functional consultant 

Not currently part of an exam

 

Guides

 

Learning path

Role

Certification

Work with Dynamics 365 Guides

Three modules (one additional module about how to author guides to be published in November)

Functional consultant, business user, solution architect, administrator

Not currently part of an exam

 

 

Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare

 

Module

Role

Certification

Get started with Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare solutions powered by Dynamics 365

Functional consultant, business user, app maker

Not currently part of an exam

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