Extreme Networks also gives end users access to ExtremeDojo training program
Network specialist Extreme Networks has now opened its training programme for employees and partners ExtremeDojo to end users. This allows customers to further train themselves in the technical details of the Extreme hardware and software and also to prepare themselves for future developments.
According to the American network specialist, this training programme, based on Eastern martial arts, will enable end-user IT specialists to better train themselves in the various possibilities offered to end-users by the supplier’s various hardware and software products, thus enabling them to optimise their network environments even more effectively.
This training programme also helps end users – and of course partners – to prepare themselves for new and future network developments for the automated enterprise.
Components of the training programme
The programme now on offer includes free modular video training with subtitles in eleven languages and accelerated certification by combining various learning modules. In addition, participants are given a wider choice of classroom training given by certified training partners.
In addition, it will be possible to recertify through an annual video update without having to take the traditional recertification exam or pay for it. Finally, gamification should contribute to achieving higher levels of knowledge.
Different knowledge levels
Extreme Networks determines the various knowledge levels within the training programme on the basis of the level of tyres in martial arts. In total, they can achieve eight different levels of knowledge.
For example, by obtaining one technical certification, they get a Blue Belt. The Purple Belt is valid for three technical certifications obtained and those who have obtained five valid certifications will receive the highest grade; the Black Belt.
The various training and certification modules within ExtremeDojo are available immediately.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.