PowerApps Power Automate Training

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Course Name: PowerApps Power Automate Training
Course Duration: 24 hours
Course Fee: INR 16,999 INR 13,499 (Purchase self-paced course just for INR 2,999 here)
Training Mode: Instructor-Led Online Training
Next weekend batch (Saturday/Sunday): TBA

PowerApps Power Automate Training delivers an instructor-led breakdown of Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Power Automate from start to finish in an interactive and practical way.

Students will be taught how to design, test and publish new applications that work with a variety of data sources. We will take users through a selection of well-crafted lessons to help them build new applications for their business.

Power Automate is a diverse product, turning business processes into automated, consistent and visual workflows. Power Automate is designed to integrate Office 365 services as well as connect to other on-premises and web-based data sources. This course will give you the confidence to select the right actions and workflow logic for your business workflows.


The course PowerApps Power Automate Training is targeted at intermediate to advanced users, business analysts and even developers who need an easy and quick way to create interactive forms that may need to initiate a business process or workflow.


Students should have prior experience of using Office 365.

Course Outline

Module 1: An introduction to Microsoft PowerApps

Let’s get started with an introduction to Microsoft PowerApps. Traditionally building customized solutions for a business involved using a coding language to build an application from scratch. Typically, these solutions could often only be used within the business, making external use of the application a large hurdle to overcome. With PowerApps we can now not only easily build solutions, but we can also share them with users in our business. Deployment takes seconds and you could by testing your own app on your phone in no time. This module will overview the features of PowerApps, its benefits to a business and the variety of ways you can build and access your apps on different devices.

What is PowerApps?
The benefits of apps
How to get to PowerApps
Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps
License Options and Costs

Module 2: Creating PowerApps

The two environments for building PowerApps will be introduced, PowerApps Studio for Web and PowerApps Studio for Windows. Students will then learn how to create PowerApps in different ways. They will learn how to create a PowerApp from an existing data store such as a SharePoint List, they will create a PowerApp based on existing templates and from scratch.

  • PowerApps Studio for Web
  • Creating PowerApps from a Data Source
  • Creating PowerApps from a Template
  • Creating Custom PowerApps
  • Customizing Screens
  • Working with Layouts and Fields
  • Working with Controls and Data Card
  • Working with the Formula Bar
  • Form interactivity and navigation

Module 3: Branding and Media

In our next module, we will look at the options available to designers that allow them to implement their business branding. Not only will this deal with the aesthetics of your app, it will also introduce time-saving tips to help keep your branding consistent. We will also be discussing how to embed media into your app which can be useful if you are planning on an app that might promote video content.

Linking control properties
Colors and transparency
Duplicating screens
Copying the look and feel
Using images
Embed and play audio and video

Module 4: PowerApps Controls
So far in the course, we would have covered the basics of adding, editing and removing controls from our applications. The drive behind this module is to provide more depth on the categories of controls which can be used on a form. Your instructor will take you through each control and discuss its purpose and configuration. Tackling the wide selection of controls will help students recognize when to use the right control.

Text inputs
Data tables

Module 5: Data Sources and Logic
To help maintain and view essential business information, organizations often have a diverse selection of locations to keep different types of data. This could range from databases to file storage locations. PowerApps offers connections to a wide selection of data sources. We will show students to build their PowerApps to bring in data from a variety of sources as well as how they can utilize the common data source, a storage location unique to PowerApps.

Working with files
Filter, sort and search formulas
If and Select
Accessing on-premises sources
The common data source
Sharing data sources

Module 6: Formulas, Variables & Collections
In this module you will learn how to create local/global variable, make use of advanced functions & make efficient use of collections.

  • Understand & implement variables
  • Using important functions
  • Understand & implement collections

Module 7: Customizing List Forms using PowerApps
In this module you will learn how to customize SharePoint list form by using PowerApps.
  • Customizing List Form
  • Adding Rule
  • Adding Validation
  • Build separate forms to create, show & edit the list item

    Module 8: Working with Data
    This module will teach students how to work with various data sources in PowerApps. Students will explore the myriad of cloud data sources available including how to work with data stored on the corporate network.

    • Navigation in a canvas app in PowerApps
    • Master advanced techniques for PowerApps canvas apps
    • Data Sources and Connectors
    • Cloud Based Sources
    • On Premises Sources
    • Custom Sources
    • Delegated Data Sources
    • On Premises Gateway

    Module 9: Model-driven apps & Common Data Service in PowerApps
    This module will teach students how to work with various data sources in PowerApps. Students will explore the myriad of cloud data sources available including how to work with data stored on the corporate network.

    • Introducing Common Data Service
    • Create a common data service entity
    • Create an entity and import data into your Common Data Service database
    • Introducing model-driven apps
    • Building blocks of model-driven apps
    • Model-driven apps security

    Module 10: Power Apps deployment and governance
    This module will teach students how to share Power Apps and to manage previous Power App versions. They will learn how to run a Power App using Power Apps Mobile, the web browser and directly from a SharePoint List. Lastly, the students will learn how to partition PowerApps and Flows using environments and how to administer Data Loss Prevention Policies using the Admin Centers.

    • Managing Power Apps
    • Sharing Power Apps
    • Power App Versioning
    • Microsoft AppSource
    • Running PowerApps
    • PowerApps Mobile
    • Web Browser
    • PowerApps Admin Centre
    • Environments
    • PowerShell commands

    Module 11: An Introduction to Microsoft Power Automate
    Let’s get started with an introduction to Microsoft Power Automate. Historically, automating business processes typically landed in the lap of a developer in the business, who has a good understanding of coding and the systems that they were connecting. However, more and more systems deployed to businesses are encouraging a bigger focus on end user design and management. With this culture change, end users are looking to further improve their business solutions. Flow brings workflow design to all audiences. It offers the building blocks for lightweight or business-critical processes. In this module, we cover an overview of the product and its application to Office 365 and third-party services.

    What is Microsoft Flow?
    The benefits of automation
    How to get to Flow

    Module 12: Getting started with Power Automate
    We begin our discovery of Microsoft Power Automate by building our first business process. We will discuss how to use templates to get started with Flow or how to use a blank template to start with no defined actions. Once in the product, we will give you a tour of the editor, workflow management page and the home screen to help you navigate around the product. Next, we will start to add, edit and remove actions from our workflow template to customize the Flow for a specific business need. Once ready we will publish and trigger the workflow to test that it works as expected. We will finish this module by discussing how to turn a Flow on or off as well as deleting a Flow.

    Using Flow templates
    Navigating in Flow
    Editing a Flow
    Publish and trigger a Flow
    Turn off or delete a Flow

    Module 13: Power Automate logic
    Decision making during a business process is often a bottleneck. Waiting for decisions or information to steer the workflow towards its goal is dependent on how long the involved party spends on the task. This could be mitigated if the desired information is found declared elsewhere for example, as a document property or a form entry to name a few examples. Logic in a workflow allows existing information to push the workflow down multiple paths. This often speeds up workflow duration and minimizes human input. In this module, we will look at the core logic found in Power Automate and a practical application of each option.

    Adding conditions
    Designing switches
    Using apply to each
    Configuring do until logic
    Adding a scope
    Flow connectors for Azure
    Invoking flow from C# or JavaScript
    Error Handling
    UI Flow
    Consume AI Builder models in Power Automate
    Access control and security in Flow

    Module 14: Integration
    Businesses will often user a selection of productivity tools and services beyond Office 365. Marketing teams may use Facebook and Twitter whereas a sales team may use Salesforce to manage their customers. Power Automate provides connectors for popular services allowing your processes to extend beyond Office 365 to other web services. Connections can even be made to on-premises servers, allowing your business systems house at the office to take part in your processes.

    Standard and premium connectors
    Connecting to web services
    Using Power Automate with on-premises data

    Module 15: Administration and maintenance
    In our last module for Microsoft Power Automate, we will be taking a look at how a business can manage their Flows once they have a good uptake of the product. We will begin by discussing managing individual Flows. This could be using history to discover the source of any issues and implement error handling as well as using the analytics to discover usage trends. We will discover how to share a Flow which is ideal for sharing the maintenance of a Flow with another colleague and how to import and export Flows. Finally, we will discuss how Office 365 administrators can shape the Flow experience with high-level settings that help ensure data segregation and security.

    Maintaining a Flow
    View history and analytics
    Sharing a Flow
    Export and import Flows using
    Office 365 administration for Flow
    Data policies
    Data integration

    If you want to learn at your own pace, you can look at self-paced course of Power Apps & Power Automate Training.

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  • 3 thoughts on “PowerApps Power Automate Training”

    1. narendra kumar

      Hello team,

      What ever course content you have shared, all these topics Will be available in self paced training videos.

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