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Working Effectively with Creator

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

Course Introduction

This free, introductory level training course teaches Conformiq Creator users some tips and tricks around how to work with this tool effectively from all kinds of angles. Learn more about Creator at

Anyone can take this course! Students already registered on the Conformiq training platform only have to sign in with their platform account to open then course. Users who are not registered yet will be asked to register as students on the platform after clicking on the "ENROLL INTO CR_WE" button.

This fully automated online course enables students to take and continue taking this course at the time and speed that suits them best. The course consists of a collection of short 10-15 min videos. It currently does not include any certification. Simply watch and learn!

Course Prerequisites

This is an entry level course targeted at any Conformiq Creator user with basic some basic experience, e.g., users currently taking or having completed the Conformiq Creator Green Belt training or having 2-4 weeks of working experience with the tool in an industrial environment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What web browser should I use for taking this course?

Answer: The Open edX platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Firefox or Safari, or with Internet Explorer version 9 and above. See this list of supported browsers for the most up-to-date information.

Course Staff

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Stephan Schulz

Stephan Schulz is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Conformiq, product owner of Conformiq’s Enterprise IT product line, former Chair of the ETSI Technical Committee for Methods and Specification, and leader of the review group in the ISTQB MBT working group. Prior to his work at Conformiq from 2010 onwards, he has been already a user and evaluator of MBT tools and worked for 8 years deploying the test automation language TTCN-3 in industry while working as a resident testing specialist at ETSI as well as the Nokia Research Center. Stephan received his Ph.D. from University of Arizona at Tucson, and has been an author and co-author of numerous publications and standards on modelling and testing.