To simplify your training journey, we are consolidating our learning resources and retiring the e-learning on CustomerSource on April 5th, 2019. Log in to check under the My courses tile on the e-learning site for courses you have started and want to complete. To earn your certificates of completion, be sure to finish any courses by April 5th.
Courses on current products are being recreated on Microsoft Learn (https://aka.ms/learn), a new site for customers that provides a free, interactive learning environment that combines short step-by-step tutorials, interactive coding/scripting environments, and task-based achievements that help you advance your technical skills. For a detailed list of how older courses and newer learning paths are related, see Finding Dynamics 365 courses on Microsoft Learn.
The new training catalog on Microsoft Learn will continue to grow in a way that evolves with the needs of the modern workforce. Join us for continual learning and find out how much you can achieve. Be sure to visit Microsoft Learn for more details and watch for new ways to learn and improve your technical confidence and career opportunities.
Some older courses that are still valid have been made available for download on https://aka.ms/migratecourselist.
And what of all the existing DAX 2012 courseware? I work for a company that won't be migrating beyond 2012 R3 for some time - years maybe. I can't possibly get through the material by April 5th. Can't the existing site be left running? Who benefits from shutting that material down?
Hi @DaveCline, we've unfortunately had to retire those courses because we don't have the resources to maintain them. We recommend that you use the AX 2012 documentation: docs.microsoft.com/.../microsoft-dynamics-ax-2012-technical-library.
I accessed to the site but I can´t see my learning plan or my completed courses and certificates any more....What happens with this?
I told couple of users that there is an online training for beginners and then could not find it. I looked foolish. Excellent 1st April joke!