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AnyLogic Official Foundational Training

April 17 – 21

AnyLogic Official Foundational Training

AnyLogic Foundational Course

The course will be delivered in English. To allow for work schedules, it will be taught in five half-day blocks of four hours each.

Certificates are issued on satisfactory completion of the course.

At the course, it is recommended to use a laptop computer that can run AnyLogic (system requirements) and a mouse. A second monitor is very useful, so you can view the electronic notes alongside the online session or your AnyLogic window.

Part 1

  • Introduction to multimethod simulation modelling
  • Getting familiar with the AnyLogic model development environment
  • Discrete Event modelling intro and practice

Part 2

  • System Dynamics modelling intro and practice
  • Simulation models and cloud computing
  • Road Traffic Library intro and practice, including optimisation

Part 3

  • More detailed simulation model development
  • Pedestrian Library intro and practice
  • Material Handling Library intro and practice

Part 4

  • Agent Based modelling intro and practice
  • Multi-method modelling practice
  • Round-table and discussions

No knowledge of Java programming is required but it may help with understanding more advanced concepts.


Higher-level technology overview of Anylogic and simulation.

Providing a broad overview to develop the understanding of simulation modelling concepts, technical architectures and capabilities, and best practices.

We also run workshops focused on specific AnyLogic-related topics, allowing a technical deep-dive and the building of specialist simulation modelling knowledge.

Previously delivered workshops include:

  • model input and output data and handling
  • model testing and testability
  • configuration management and traceability of simulation models