Introducing our brand new additional course, Niagara 4 Advanced. A training course, exclusively curated and taught by us. With a duration of just one day, it is not only comprehensive, but time-saving & efficient.
Niagara 4 Advanced gives you the opportunity to learn Templates, Tagging and Hierarchies to an advanced level. Increase your confidence, as well as overall understanding of the Tridium Niagara 4 Framework.
This course is intended to assist you in progressing as an engineer, going in-depth into the advanced features within the N4 Framework. Our in house trainers provide full support, and a deliver a personalised training program.

Tridium Niagara 4 Training & Certification Courses

  • 18th July
  • NEW


Our Niagara 4 Advanced Engineering training is an exclusive one day course. It has been designed specifically by our in-house trainers to cover advanced features within Tridium’s N4 Framework. During this day candidates will engage in practical learning exercises that demonstrate & practice features such as Tagging, Hierarchies & Templates.

So Why go Advanced? Where the standard Niagara 4 certification course briefly covers these new and powerful features, Niagara 4 Advanced Engineering is a 1-day course that takes candidates to the next level. It equips them with the know-how required to truly leverage this enhanced set of features and put them into practice in the real world.

Multiple Hierarchies for navigation based on user roles.
Tagging allows for quick navigation and searching.
Templates for common/repeated integrations/stations.
Easy templating configuration via wizard.
Multiple Custom tag dictionaries for standardisation across an organisation.
Auto population of navigation Hierarchies via device/point tags.
Tags, Logic and graphics can be embedded into easily deployable templates.
Easily ‘drag n drop’ data into additional views.
Tag relationships define a navigation structure by building Hierarchies.


The course begins by introducing candidates to Tagging, Hierarchies & Templates by way of an overview and live demonstration. The aim of this is to explain how these features integrate within a Niagara station and what time saving & analytical benefits they bring to the table.

Over the course of the day, candidates will then get hands on and follow specially constructed practical labs where they will build a station by using a template, make use of tag libraries to build automatic Hierarchies and use network/device templates in order to gain a solid understanding of how efficiently a fully operation station may be deployed.