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The CXApp: The Front End User Experience

The CXApp: Front End User Experience Course is designed to cover the basics of working with The CXApp.  

There are no prerequisites for the course, but a proper understanding of software concepts, applications, and basic computer literacy  is recommended.  This course will run on a tablet, cell phone, or desktop computer, but It is recommended that the student has a screen large enough that they are comfortable and able to read the material provided.   

The course exam is not designed to fail the student.  The goal is prove competency in the material so that the student can succeed.  At the end of the course students who pass the exams with the required average score will receive a certificate.


Instructor: Scott Chillemi

The CXApp: CMS Course (under development)

The CXApp: CMS Course is designed to cover the backend of the CXApp.  This backend is a Content Management System (CMS) system.  

There are no prerequisites for the course, but a proper understanding of software concepts, phone applications, and basic computer literacy  is recommended.  This course will run on a tablet, cell phone, or desktop computer, but It is recommended that the student has a screen large enough that they are comfortable and able to read the material provided.   

Course exams are not designed to fail the student.  The goal is prove competency in the material so that the student can succeed.  At the end of the course students who pass the exams with the required average score will receive a certificate.


Instructor: Scott Chillemi

The CXApp: Desk Booking Course (under development)

The CXApp: Desk Booking Course is designed to cover the desk booking management system for the CXApp.  

There are no prerequisites for the course, but a proper understanding of software concepts, phone applications, and basic computer literacy  is recommended.  This course will run on a tablet, cell phone, or desktop computer, but It is recommended that the student has a screen large enough that they are comfortable and able to read the material provided.   

Course exams are not designed to fail the student.  The goal is prove competency in the material so that the student can succeed.  At the end of the course students who pass the exams with the required average score will receive a certificate.