The following GovCMS and Drupal training is being planned for 2018.
Watch the GovCMS community for detailed information, including locations and dates.

Content administration

Duration: One day | Cost: $595 + GST
Learn about the most essential features and concepts of Drupal through hands-on activities.

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Site builder

Duration: Two days | Cost: $1190 + GST
Learn to manage media, build calendars, build complex queries of content, and configure popular modules.

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Drupal training

GovCMS customers have access to the following Drupal training:

Acquia learning services - flexible programs that can be tailored to your needs


Due to the GovCMS hosting request for proposal, training dates for July onwards are yet to be scheduled.

Note: Most of the training will be held in Canberra, however if your agency needs training in an alternate location, please contact the GovCMS team.

e-learning videos

No time to attend training? Try out our DIY videos and teach yourself the basic features and functions of GovCMS.

govCMS in a minute

A high level introduction to govCMS.

Solutions and features overview

A demonstration of the features and functions of a standard installation covering standard tasks and procedures involved to create, edit, approve and publish content.

Create and configure settings

Learn how to use the configuration part of govCMS as a site builder and/or editor to create and manage settings. 

Maintain links and URLs

Site builders and editors are shown how to: manually create a URL redirect, correct bad links, and update existing page URLs.

Web forms

How to use the functions of the govCMS web forms component to create contact forms, surveys and customer feedback pages.

Create and modify content

How to create and modify a standard page as a Content Editor, using a standard template.

User account administration

How to use the features of the People component of the system to manage all aspects of user account administration.

Scheduling content

How to use the features in the Scheduling component to publish or un-publish specific content at a set day or time in the future.