Microsoft Dynamics 365 – SCM


8 Weeks

Entry Requirements

Minimum High School Diploma


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Program Overview


Microsoft Certified: Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing Functional Consultant Associate – Certificate

This course will prepare students to enter into the field of Supply Chain Management (SCM) as a Finance, Operations, and Functional Consultant.

This certification is consisting of two extensive routes of precreation with hands-on lab work. After completing this course, students will sit for Microsoft Certification Exams for MS-Dynamics.



Microsoft Certificate

Microsoft Dynamics 365: Core Finance & Operations

Week 1: Describe finance and operations apps, and extend apps by using Microsoft Power Platform technologies

Identify and use common apps, features, and functionality
  • Describe apps in the finance and operations portfolio
  • Describe the main components of Dynamics 365 Commerce
  • Describe uses cases for and capabilities of workspaces and mobile workspaces
  • Describe case management
  • Describe global address book features and their use cases
  • Identify inquiry and report types available in a default installation
  • Describe use cases for the Business document management and electronic reporting features
  • Perform searches, save queries and views, create and use, record templates, and create filters
Extend app functionality by using Microsoft Power Platform technologies
  • Identify use cases for Microsoft Dataverse
  • Identify use cases for Power Apps
  • Identify use cases for Power Automate
  • Identify use cases for Power BI
  • Identify use cases for Power Virtual Agents

Week 2: Configure administrative features and workflows

Implement security
  • Distinguish between roles, duties, privileges, and permissions
  • Assign security roles to users based on requirements
  • Describe segregation of duties
  • Describe and use the security diagnostics tool
Design and create workflows and business events
  • Describe use cases for workflows
  • Design and create workflows
  • Configure workflow properties, tasks, approvals, and elements
  • Configure queues, workflow assignment hierarchies, workflow parameters, and troubleshoot workflows
  • Manage workflow versions
  • Trigger Power Automate flows by using business events
Configure organization administration features
  • Set up and configure legal entities and operating units
  • Configure and troubleshoot number sequences
  • Create organization hierarchies
  • Describe and apply user options
  • Configure document handling for attachments
  • Configure print management and form setup features
Configure system administration features
  • Describe use cases for the Microsoft Excel Workbook Designer and the Microsoft Dynamics Office add-in
  • Configure email (SMTP/Exchange)
  • Create and maintain email templates
  • Describe use cases for Entity store
  • Create, export, and import personalization
  • Publish saved views
  • Set up and monitor batch jobs
  • Set up alerts

Week 3: Manage finance and operations data (25-30%)

Manage data
  • Describe use cases for the Data Management framework
  • Describe use cases for projects, data entities, and templates
  • Copy configuration data between companies or legal entities by using the data management framework
  • Describe use cases for the dual-write feature
Describe the migration process
  • Identify common migration scenarios and tools in finance and operations apps
  • Identify relevant data entities and elements based on given scenarios
  • Identify data migration requirements
Prepare data for migration and migrate data to finance and operations apps
  • Identify types of data including the master, transactional, reference, and parametric
  • Generate field mapping between source and target data structures
  • Import or export data by using the data management framework
  • Support the transition between the existing and migrated systems
  • Perform a test migration and validate the output from the process
  • Implement data task automation

Week 4: Validate and support solutions (20-25%)

Test solutions
  • Describe types of testing, including unit, regression, functional, and end-to-end
  • Describe capabilities of available testing tools
  • Track work items through a project implementation by using Azure DevOps
  • create test cases and test plans by using Azure DevOps
  • Automate and manage test cases by using the Regression Suite Automation Tool(RSAT)
  • Create test scripts by using Task recorder and upload scripts to the Business process modeler or Azure DevOps
Describe and use Lifecycle Services tools
  • Identify use cases for project asset libraries and shared asset libraries

  • Describe environment purposes and topologies

  • Differentiate between Tier 1 environment and other tiers

  • Describe use cases for Business process modeler libraries

  • Describe the types of environments including sandbox, test, and production

  • Report production outages

Note: After Week 4, students will write Exam MB-300: Microsoft Dynamics 365: Core Finance and Operations

Microsoft Dynamics 365: SCM, Manufacturing

Week 5: Configure Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing

Configure and manage the production control module
  • Manage product compliance
  • Configure commodity pricing
  • Configure scrap and waste
  • Differentiate and configure production parameters and statuses
  • Configure substitute items
  • Implement subcontracting
  • Configure production groups, production units, and production pools
Configure and manage resources for production processes
  • Implement and manage work calendars and working time
  • Configure inventory, product, storage, and tracking dimensions in production
  • Create and configure resource capabilities
  • Implement and manage resources and resource groups
  • Create and manage operations and routes
Configure process manufacturing
  • Configure batch reservations and expiration dates
  • Identify and configure batch attributes
  • Configure batch balancing
  • Configure co-products and by-products for batch orders
  • Configure planning items
  • Configure formulas by using scalable and percentage-based calculations
  • Configure formulas by using active ingredient-based calculations
  • Configure catch weight items
  • Configure discrete manufacturing
  • Create a bill of materials (BOM) and item configurations
  • Create and release a dimension-based product master
  • Define configuration groups and routes for dimension-based product
Configure lean manufacturing
  • Create value streams and production flows
  • Configure production flow costing
  • Create Kanban rules

Week 6: Manage manufacturing processes

Manage batch orders
  • Create and process batch orders
  • Implement lot and batch control processes
  • Configure consolidated batch order processes
  • Create and process reports as finished co-product journals
  • Manage batch order sequencing
  • Create and process a rework batch order
Manage production orders
  • Creating and processing production orders
  • Create and process picking journals
  • Create and process job card journals
  • Create and process reports as finished journals
  • Reset the status of a production order
Manage Kanban orders
  • Process Kanban orders by using Kanban boards
  • Create and manage fixed, scheduled, and event Kanbans
  • Implement activity-based subcontracting

Week 7: Implement master planning for production

Configure and manage master planning
  • Set up coverage groups and item coverage
  • Differentiate between action messages, delay messages, time fences, and negative days
  • Process and view planned orders
Plan, schedule, and perform production capacity planning
  • Define scheduling parameters
  • View, monitor, and update production schedules
  • Configure capacity for production resources including machines, labor, and tooling

Week 8: Implement other manufacturing features

Configure manufacturing execution
  • Configure time and attendance prerequisites and parameters
  • Identify the capabilities of Manufacturing Execution
  • Process production and batch orders by using manufacturing execution processes
  • Configure job card devices and terminals
  • Register a worker for a job card device or terminal
Configure costing policies
  • Configure and manage costing sheets
  • Configure and use cost groups
  • Configure indirect costs
  • Configure and manage costing versions and cost categories
  • Configure and perform BOM/formula calculations
Design product configuration models by using Product Configurator
  • Create and build a product configuration model that includes components and subcomponents
  • Create and manage product configuration model components
  • Create calculations for product configuration models
  • Differentiate between table and expression constraints
  • Describe use cases for BOM lines and route operations
  • Configure and manage to price for production configuration models
  • Describe the purpose and capabilities of the product configuration models

Note: After Week 8, Students will write for Exam MB-310: Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance Functional Consultant