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Welcome to JDE101, dedicated to creating a training and certification program in Oracle’s JD Edwards (JDE) EnterpriseOne ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system for college and university students. With eight days of intense, hands on classes, taught by experienced JD Edwards consultants, students acquire the basic knowledge needed to qualify for entry-level positions as business analysts or application consultants.

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Our first two Higher Education Partners are the University of Colorado Denver Business School, and Baker University School of Professional and Graduate Studies, located in Overland Park, a suburb of Kansas City.

The next course will take place at Baker University, January10-19, 2017.  We expect to hold additional courses at the University of Colorado Denver, and two other Universities in the Eastern US in 2017.   To be notified of future course dates and locations, email our Admissions office at Admissions@JDE101.org.

The JD Edwards ecosystem is at a crossroads. Many very experienced JDE clients and consultants have retired or will be retiring soon. There aren’t enough talented people in the pipeline ready to fill open positions.

Upon graduation from the program, students will find a warm welcome to the JD Edwards community. We believe that program graduates will be heavily recruited, and enjoy a challenging and rewarding career.

JDE101 is a collective effort by all members of the JDE community—clients, business partners, and Oracle. Join us as we help the next generation get started with JDE.

Explore the JDE101 site to learn more about JD Edwards ERP software, how this program can prepare you for a great career, and how you can participate–whether you are a student, college or university, JDE client or JDE partner.

To apply for admission to JDE101 and for quick answers to questions about the upcoming programs, including locations, dates, and tuition, please consult our FAQ page. To learn what types of jobs you can qualify for with the JDE101 Certificate, see the Profiles in JDE page.