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In-person training

Enable your team

Collibra Education offers hands-on instructor-led training that helps you obtain the skills needed to implement Collibra products. Our role-based Prescriptive Education Plan provides you with a preparedness roadmap to enable your entire team in the usage of Collibra. Whether you are a new customer seeking to enable your team of data stewards, administrators, and developers in how to configure and manage your Collibra Platform instance, or a seasoned Collibra user looking to explore new features or onboard additional staff, Collibra training has the right course to meet your needs.

Bootcamps

Private bootcamps

Private bootcamps

  • Bootcamps consisting of multiple sessions that range from 2 to 4 hours
  • Hands-on exercises
  • Up to 10 people
  • Collibra instance with exercises that can be used for 2 weeks following the training

Schedule A Bootcamp

Public bootcamps

Public bootcamps

  • Bootcamps consisting of multiple sessions that range from 2 to 4 hours
  • Hands-on exercises
  • Public Bootcamps allow you to train your entire team or learn alongside Data Citizens in other organizations

To sign up for a bootcamp, contact
your Collibra representative

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Getting Started

This course sets the foundation for your Data Intelligence initiative and gets your team up and running quickly. While the course has defined target roles, technical team members can also benefit from this course, as it explains the basic features and purpose of the Collibra Platform.

Objectives

  • Understand the key concepts of the Collibra Platform
  • Distinguish between the various components of the Collibra Operating Model
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the Collibra Platform supportive of the role of data steward

Experience

Novice

Target Audience

All roles

Prerequisites

None

Operating Model

An operating model explains how data is to be governed in your organization, how users can search, propose, create, review, and archive assets, how users can raise issues and how they will be resolved.

During this course you will learn how to create an operating model related to a particular scenario. This will include building an asset model, a community structure, and ultimately an operating model. This course will give you the necessary foundation for implementing the Collibra Platform in an organization.

Objectives

  • Construct an asset model to capture a particular use case
  • Build community and domain structure based on business requirements
  • Design an operating model for a given scenario

Experience

Advanced

Target Audience

Business
Technical

Prerequisites

Getting Started

Collibra Catalog

During this course, you will learn how Catalog is used by many different roles in an organization. You will experience how a Technical Steward imports metadata and performs data profiling and sampling. You will also see how an analyst would shop for, request access to and rate Data Sets. By leveraging Data Classification and the Guided Stewardship workflow, you will learn how to tie the business assets to their technical components and view their data lineage. You will then learn how Catalog implements Privacy and Risk readiness. Additionally, you will register a Tableau System and understand its Asset model, which connects the logical data layers with the physical data layers. Finally, you will learn about a report certification process so users can trust the data from your reports.

Objectives

  • Analyze and evaluate data sets
  • Shop for and request approval to access a Data Set
  • Ingest data sources into Catalog
  • Enrich Catalog with data classifications
  • Construct relationships between business terms, logical data elements and physical database columns
  • Register a Tableau server
  • Build a diagram to highlight the Tableau Asset Model

Experience

Novice

Target Audience

Business
Technical

Prerequisites

Getting Started

Workflow Engineering

During this course, you will learn how to analyze workflow diagrams, modify out-of-the-box workflows and build your own workflow. Once created, the workflows will be deployed and tested. You will learn how to read the log files to debug workflows.

Objectives

  • Interpret workflow diagrams
  • Create new workflows
  • Modify existing workflows
  • Test your workflows and debug errors
  • Modify email templates

Experience

Intermediate

Target Audience

Technical

Prerequisites

Getting Started

Collibra APIs

During this course, you will learn about Collibra’s REST and Java APIs which extend the functionality of the Collibra Platform. You will leverage our API documentation to execute REST API calls with their required parameters. You will also configure script tasks inside workflows by using builders and write increasingly complex scripts which automate the creation of communities, domains, and assets.

Objectives

  • Use the documentation to construct increasingly complex scripts using Collibra’s Java version 2 APIs
  • Deploy and run a workflow containing a script task
  • Examine and interpret the console log file to debug workflows and scripts
  • Execute Collibra REST API calls via the Swagger user-interface

Experience

Intermediate

Target Audience

Technical
Administrative

Prerequisites

Getting Started
Workflow Engineering

Intermediate APIs

During this course, you will learn about Collibra’s Import
API and how to integrate with Collibra through an industry standard programming language. We will create JSON templates and then process them to demonstrate how one can automate the import, search, and update of Collibra resources.

Objectives

  • Evaluate a provided problem that can be solved using APIs
  • Formulate a solution to the provided problem
  • Write the application using Collibra APIs
  • Find errors, test and deploy the code

Experience

Intermediate

Target Audience

Technical

Prerequisites

Getting Started
Collibra APIs

Collibra Privacy & Risk

This course will introduce you to the day-to-day usage of the Collibra Privacy module. It looks at the collection of assets defined under Privacy & Risk and helps you understand how to get started quickly. Using manual asset creation and workflows, you’ll gain hands-on exposure to workflows used to capture business process, run impact assessments, capture and manage risks, and more. You’ll also learn about using time and event-based rules to ensure that critical assets are reviewed when necessary, so your information remains fresh and current.

Objectives

  • Identify the primary roles identified in P&R and understand how they are involved
  • Identify, understand and categorize the key P&R assets into your organization’s community/domain model
  • Make use of processes to onboard new assets and build business process registers
  • Run assessments on captured business processes
  • Classify assets related to risks and risk mitigation
  • Demonstrate reviewing privacy assets based on a period of time or the occurrence of a particular event
  • Recall the Breach management processes available with P&R [GDPR]

Experience

Intermediate

Target Audience

Business
Administrative

Prerequisites

Getting Started
Understanding of GDPR and CCPA regulations

Collibra Data Lineage

Collibra Data Lineage automatically maps relationships between data to show how data sets are built, aggregated, sourced and used During this course, you will learn how to harvest and explore technical data lineage from various data sources in the Collibra Data Lineage interface and in the Collibra platform thus providing complete, end-to-end lineage visualization.

Objectives

  • Understand the architecture of Collibra Data Lineage
  • Install and configure Collibra Data Lineage
  • Harvest data lineage from data sources
  • Visualize end-to-end lineage in Collibra Catalog

Experience

Intermediate

Target Audience

Technical

Prerequisites

Getting Started
Catalog