Hmmmmm. I am looking for a graphic workflow (pdf) with screen shots of each step for calibrating a set of CMOS (ASI1600mm) images. ....
I have nothing like what you are asking, but it seems like you are drawing a pretty specific circle as knowing what you are doing but wanting to know precisely what to do; that may be difficult to walk.
If you do NOT find exactly what you want (sorry I cannot help), one thing that might help is to elaborate a bit on what parts you are missing.
I take it you know you need to calibrate with some combination of bias, flat, dark and dark flat (I don't know the camera so no recommendations whether you can leave off dark flats in favor of bias for example).
With respect to Pixinsight, my (beginner) understanding is for OSC cameras you calibrate everything BEFORE you debayer -- blink, calibrate the lights, and do cosmetic corrections; then you debayer, then you move on to subframe selection, send the approved to star alignment, then integration, then drizzle integration (optionally).
My (beginner) understanding is the for OSC cameras it is generally better to check CFA everywhere you see it, and do drizzle integration even if not needed otherwise (checking CFA).
I don't know if this level of steps is helpful or annoying; sorry. Trying.