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Episode 5

Learn how to use eramba

Learn how to navigate the documentation efficiently

Introduction

Our learning platform is the place where everyone learns how eramba works and how is implemented. eramba is not Facebook, you won't learn how to use the tool by doing random clicks.

Learning how to use eramba can take 5-10 hours of reading and practice. You first need to understand the documentation and then practice in your eramba deployment.

Create a free account on our learning portal to track down your progress and optionally apply for certifications.

Our documentation is built based on use cases:

  • Compliance Management
  • Risk Management
  • Etc

The following chapters explain what training you must complete for each use case. 

Use Case: Compliance Management

The Compliance Management course is one of the longest courses because it requires understanding multiple modules. In total, you are looking at 3-4 hours of reading documentation or watching videos and another 3-4 hours of practising.

You will need to complete the following courses (in the order described here):

Then:

Note: the Compliance Management course will ask you to complete the following additional courses: CSV Imports, Policy Management, Internal Controls, Project Management, and Exception Management (in that order). These courses are also required in the Risk and Data Protection courses so the knowledge you acquire will be used later on.

By now you should have a pretty good idea of how the modules work and how are implemented, you might want to re-enforce the following topics with this course:

If you have in mind doing integrations:

Use Case: Risk Management

The Risk Management course is one of the longest courses because it requires understanding multiple modules. In total, you are looking at 5-6 hours of reading documentation and another 4-5 hours of practising.

You will need to complete the following courses (in the order described here):

Then:

Note: the Risk Management course will ask you to complete the following additional courses: CSV Imports, Asset ManagementPolicy Management, Internal Controls, Project Management, and Exception Management (in that order). These courses are also required in the Compliance Management and Data Protection courses so the knowledge you acquire will be used later on.

By now you should have a pretty good idea of how the modules work and how are implemented, you might want to re-enforce the following topics with this course:

If you have in mind doing integrations:

Use Case: Data Protection

The Risk Management course is one of the longest courses because it requires understanding multiple modules. In total, you are looking at 5-6 hours of reading documentation and another 4-5 hours of practising.

You will need to complete the following courses (in the order described here):

Then:

Note: the Risk Management course will ask you to complete the following additional courses: CSV Imports, Asset ManagementPolicy Management, Internal Controls, Project Management, and Exception Management (in that order). These courses are also required in the Compliance Management and Risk Management courses so the knowledge you acquire will be used later on.

By now you should have a pretty good idea of how the modules work and how are implemented, you might want to re-enforce the following topics with this course:

If you have in mind doing integrations:

Use Case: Online Assessments

You will need to complete the following courses (in the order described here):

Then:

By now you should have a pretty good idea of how the modules work and how are implemented, you might want to re-enforce the following topics with this course:

If you have in mind doing integrations:

Use Case: Account Reviews

You will need to complete the following courses (in the order described here):

Then:

By now you should have a pretty good idea of how the modules work and how are implemented, you might want to re-enforce the following topics with this course:

If you have in mind doing integrations:

Use Case: Incident Management

You will need to complete the following courses (in the order described here):

Then:

By now you should have a pretty good idea of how the modules work and how are implemented, you might want to re-enforce the following topics with this course:

If you have in mind doing integrations:

Use Case: Exception Management

You will need to complete the following courses (in the order described here):

Then:

By now you should have a pretty good idea of how the modules work and how are implemented, you might want to re-enforce the following topics with this course:

If you have in mind doing integrations: