Good answers and guidance so far, I also wanted to point out that there's a whole Meraki YouTube channel that you can basically treat like a free training resource. https://www.youtube.com/user/milesmeraki/videos and you'll find general overview videos and past webinars, product overview webinars, and some more specific to a certain topic, like SDWAN for example. Leverage this Meraki Community, and get to know the Documentation site, and open a Meraki Support case if/when needed.
One other thing to remember is simply using the search feature built right into Dashboard. On any Dashboard page, simple type the forward slash '/' to pop open the search bar, and when you type a certain keyword, you'll typically see "Configuration" results and "Support" results. For example, go type / and then RADIUS. The configuration results will provide links to the actual page(s) in your own Dashboard network where you configure that feature. The support results will scrape the article from the documentation site and you can view the support docs without ever leaving your Dashboard environment. Just a couple little simple things that are sometimes a big deal!
In addition, get with your local Meraki Systems Engineer and ask them to arrange for a "Minilab" event in your area. A Minilab includes a Meraki overview but more importantly and more fun, multiple hands-on labs. All you need is a laptop and you'll have a full stack of remote live equipment to configure and test. It can be a great day of learning all-things Meraki, but the instructor can also perhaps modify the Minilab accordingly based on what the audience want to focus on more, like wireless, or security, or SDWAN, etc..