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Management World 2008

Training

TM Forum Training will deliver 22 industry training courses at Management World; each course will be delivered by experts in the field. TM Forum Business Process Framework (TOM) and TM Forum Information Framework (SID) Knowledge certification examinations will also be held. Click here to download a printable PDF with the schedule and suggested Training Tracks.

Management World 2008 Training Courses

Sunday AM

NGOSS Distilled

 

Interconnect Billing

   
Sunday PM

NGOSS Distilled

TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM) Distilled

TM Forum Information Framework (SID) Distilled

NGOSS Interfaces: MTOSI and OSS/J Overview

NGOSS SOA: Generating TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM) Service Contracts

Monday AM

TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM) Distilled

NGN Management Overview

SQM Overview

Next Generation Billing Overview

TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM) Implementer's Workshop

TM Forum Information Framework (SID) Modeller's Workshop

Monday PM

TM Forum Information Framework (SID) Distilled

SDF Overview

SLA Management Overview

Thursday AM  

Using the TM Forum Information Framework (SID) for Application Integration

NGOSS SOA: Generating TM Forum Information Framework (SID) Contracts

Thursday PM

TM Forum Application Framework (TAM) Distilled

SDF Overview

SLA Management Overview

NGN Management Overview


Course levels:

To assist delegates in choosing the right course for them we have introduced the following course categorisation.

Introductory courses Intermediate courses
These are broadly based courses that provide the delegate with an overiew of a technology or topic. The attendee will leave the course with a good understanding of the area and its relevance to their business. While there are no subject matter knowledge pre-requisites for most introductory courses, Intermediate courses assume that the attendee is broadly familiar with the topic and is now seeking ideas for deployment within their organisation. They present a finer level of detail than found in the introductory courses.

Suggested Training Tracks

George Greenlee I have arranged the training schedule so topics may be taken as “training tracks” to facilitate more in depth learning.
It can be tough to decide which training course to take. To assist in this process I have defined the following tracks based around specific topics of interest. You are not required to take all the courses in a track, but taking the courses in the order shown will really help in gaining the maximum benefit from TM Forum training at the show.
Note: the distilled courses are introductory level courses. TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM) and TM Forum Information Framework (SID) Distilled courses are the foundation courses for TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM) and TM Forum Information Framework (SID)
Knowledge Certification .

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me at ggreenlee@tmforum.org

Track Courses Intended audience
NGOSS Business Primer Executives, middle and line management, sales and marketing staff who require an introduction to the NGOSS framework and its key component the TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM)
NGOSS Primer Lite
All levels of staff who require an introduction to the NGOSS framework and its key component the TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM)
NGOSS Primer
As above but covering the three main cornerstones of NGOSS.
Business Process Deep Dive
Architects, technical staff and business process modelers. Maximise your TM Forum Business Process Framework (eTOM) learning with this selection 
Information Modeling Deep Dive
Architects and information modelers. This combination takes you right down into using the TM Forum Information Framework (SID) in real work.
Implementing NGOSS Contracts 
For those who already know the basics these courses will provide practical steps to deployment.
Next Generation Networks
For those embarking on NGN and SDF definition and deployment these courses provide you with an operator centric perspective on architectures and solutions.
Service Management For those involved in service quality and delivery.
Billing For those involved in various levels of billing systems.
NGOSS Prosspero Interfaces     For enterprise solution architects, application developers, application integrators, and solution providers

Contact George Greenlee at ggreenlee@tmforum.org with any questions about the Training Tracks or general training questions.