The PeopleSoft PeopleTools learning paths provide curriculum plans tailored to strategic technical project roles, such as Business Analyst, Application Developer, Integration Specialist, Reporting Specialist, and the System and Database administrators. By taking the courses in their learning paths, the project team members will learn the PeopleTools skills necessary for successful fulfillment of their roles. Review the recommended courses by job role and select the courses for the products you wish to learn.
The curriculum recommended for the PeopleSoft Project Manager/Application Team Lead teaches the knowledge and skills you need to master the basics of the Peoplesoft PeopleTools set.
The Project Manager develops, maintains, and distributes the detailed project plans, including assignments, milestones, schedules, and budget. He or she is responsible for assigning team members to steps and monitoring team progress against the plan. The Project Manager resolves or evaluates project issues in the areas of operating policies, staffing, and project scope. The Project Manager also conducts scheduled, periodic meetings with the project team, project sponsor, and steering committee groups, and acts as a liaison between engineers and designers, and serves as the project contact person for external (non-project) resources.
The Application Team Lead is the leader of the business analysis effort performed by the business analysts. The person in this role is responsible for leading the overall business representation and leadership for all the functional areas that are affected by the implementation. This role serves as the overall liaison between the users organization and the project team.
PeopleSoft training introduces you to the PeopleSoft application development methodology. Deep dive into the PeopleSoft system architecture and the tool set used to develop new or customize existing PeopleSoft applications.