New Course : Oracle Policy Modeling for Policy Experts Ed 1

New Course : Oracle Policy Modeling for Policy Experts Ed 1

I’m delighted to see that the family of training courses in the area of Oracle Policy Automation is growing, with the recent arrival of the course shown above. Veterans will be happy to see that the main content is focused on the most common tasks and many exercises are promised. I look forward to teaching it in the next few weeks.

Oracle Policy Modeling for Policy Experts Ed 1

This is a three day course that is a great place for people to learn about Policy Modeling. Here is the content description from the Oracle Education website:

This course provides many hands-on exercises with Oracle’s leading policy automation and modeling product. It is highly recommended for anyone working with Policy Modeling, or collaborating with a Policy Automation project team. All team members that complete the course will understand the key concepts and terminology for Policy Automation projects. The course is aimed at a non-technical audience, with a basic working knowledge of Microsoft Word being the only recommended prior knowledge.
The course topics, in bullet form, are:
  • Write a variety of rules in Policy Modeling
  • Use AND and OR in the same rule by using a grouping operator
  • Use arithmetic and functions in rules
  • Create a policy model where data can be loaded/saved to a connected application
  • Create and save basic test cases and test rules using the debugger
  • Create entities, entity-level attributes and reference them in rules
  • Create question screens that collect entity instances, relationships and entity-level data
  • Explain how forms can be incorporated into a Policy Modeling interview
  • Explain what entity relationships are and how to create them
  • Identify how to author rules and other interview assets in another language
  • Prevent a user from entering invalid combinations of data based on inferred logic
  • Structure rules from source material and understand networks of rules
  • Understand the role of explanations and audit reports in an Policy Automation interview
  • Write rules in the negative form and link rules
  • Write rules that compare values
  • Prove conditional calculations using rule tables

Richard Napier

Author: Richard Napier

After 8 years in case management and ERP software roles, Richard Napier joined Siebel Systems in 1999 and took up the role of managing the nascent Siebel University in Southern Europe. He subsequently was Director of Business Development and Education for InFact Group (now part of Business & Decisions) for 8 years. He now runs Intelligent Advisor IT Consulting OÜ. Owner of, he also is Co-Founder of the Siebel Hub.

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