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Sign up for free Drupal for project managers - mini-course

Are you a project manager working for a company adopting Drupal? Are you new to managing Drupal projects? This course is the right one for you!

This course follows the life cycle of a Drupal project from start to finish and back again and is based on our full day Drupal for Project Manager’s course.

I did a call-out internally for co-teachers on this course, and I was delighted by the response. In fact, the materials for the course reference a book chapter by Amye Scavarda and presentations by Jenn Sramek - and both jumped to the challenge of co-presenting these sessions. Jakub Suchy also helped us run the first live public classroom test of the materials last year at DrupalCamp Oxford. And Adam Boysen, an Engagement Manager here at Acquia brings special insight into getting projects kicked-off into the right direction.

Four week mini-course schedule

Sign up for Part 1: Project kick off and planning

From kick off to content modelling, you'll learn how to get your Drupal site off to the best start. Adam Boysen manages projects here at Acquia and he can offer special insight as well into mobile strategy. In the live session we'll introduce some main concepts about Drupal and pitfalls to avoid as you establish your plan. We'll give you follow-up exercises to complete so you can learn more about how Drupal works as well.

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