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Power Platform

1 Day (8 Hours)


Microsoft Power Platform is a low-code platform of products that enables business users to build custom business applications and automate processes without requiring extensive technical knowledge or resources.

It includes five main components: Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents, and Power Pages

  • Power BI is a business intelligence tool that helps users to analyze data and create interactive dashboards, reports, and visualizations.

  • Power Apps allows users to create custom business apps that can run on any device. It offers a visual interface for designing and building apps without writing code.

  • Power Automate enables users to automate repetitive tasks and workflows, integrating with over 300 different apps and services, such as Office 365 and SharePoint.


This 8-hour hands-on course provides an overview of the core components that make up Microsoft’s Power Platform.

Delivery Method

The class is delivered in a Hands-On Session (either live in-person or virtual) for up to 15 students.

Target Audience

The course is designed to teach businesspeople without any programming skills how to become Citizen Developers, creating custom solutions using low code / no code functionality.

Technical Level

The course is taught for level 100 Beginner, through level 200 intermediate skilled workers.


To participate in hands-on exercises, students will need a Microsoft 365 license with usage rights for Power BI, Power Automate, Powerapps, and Power Virtual Agents. These licenses come with Microsoft 365 subscriptions. No Pro or Premium licenses are needed for the training.


Overview of the Microsoft Power Platform - (8 am-9 am)

  • Overview of the Power Platform and its components: Power BI Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power Virtual Agents.

  • An introduction to common services including data connectors, AI/ML Libraries, and Microsoft’s Dataverse.

  • A demo that showcases the business value of the Power Platform and low code, no code development.

Power BI - (9 am-11 pm)

  • Overview of Power BI and its capabilities

  • Understanding how to use data sources and data transformations in Power BI

  • Hands-on exercises to create simple reports and dashboards using Power BI

  • An explanation of DAX and building measures and calculated columns in reports.

Lunch Break - (11 am–12 pm)

Power Apps - (12 pm-2 pm)

  • Using data sources, such as SharePoint, Excel, and Common Data Service

  • Hands-on exercises to build custom business apps using Power Apps

  • Understanding formulas, expressions, and conditional formatting

  • App customization and user interface design

Afternoon break - (2 pm-2:15pm)

Power Automate - (2:15 pm-4 pm)

  • Introduction to Power Automate and its capabilities.

  • Hands-on exercises to automate simple business processes using Power Automate flows

  • Understanding how to use triggers, actions, and conditions in Power Automate flows

  • Integrating Power Apps and Power Automate to build end-to-end solutions

Power Virtual Agents - (4 pm – 5 pm)

  • Introduction to Power Virtual Agents and its capabilities

  • Understanding the conversational language model and how to train chatbots

  • Hands-on exercises to create and publish chatbots using Power Virtual Agents

  • Integrating Power Virtual Agents with Power Apps and Power Automat

Our Presenter

Michael O'Neill

Michael O’Neill worked at Microsoft for over 18 years, helping to create and manage Microsoft’s national Seminar Team. He joined Feuji in 2022 and has been a professional trainer covering Microsoft technologies for over 32 years.

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