Maximize Your Nutanix Training: 5 Steps After Completing a Course

  • 4 April 2024
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Maximize Your Nutanix Training: 5 Steps After Completing a Course
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Are you currently enrolled in a Nutanix University course or recently complete one? Discover the 5 steps you should take after you finish a course to get the most out of it.


Have you recently completed a Nutanix University online or instructor-led training course and want to know what you should do next? In this blog we’ll outline the 5 steps you should take to ensure the investment of time and effort you’ve made in your training pays off. 

  1. Review and Reinforce your Knowledge: After you’ve completed the course, it’s important to solidify your understanding of the new skills you’ve just learned. This includes reviewing any course materials and notes you took during the course. You can also share what you’ve learned with your fellow team members. This will help you retain the knowledge you’ve learned and build a strong foundation for you going forward.
  2. Pursue a Certification: Obtaining a Nutanix certification is a great way to validate the skills you’ve learned during the course. Getting certified not only demonstrates your expertise but also opens the door to new career opportunities. If you’re not sure which certification best aligns with your career goals, use our Certification Pathfinder quiz to find out with 3 simple questions. If you completed an instructor-led class, be sure to use the free exam voucher you received after the class!
  3.  Network with Your Peers: Join Nutanix Connection to network with other Nutanix customers around the world. Plus, make sure to claim your challenge points for completing the course! Check out upcoming Nutanix User Groups happening in your area to meet up with your local Nutanix community. You can also connect with fellow Nutanix customers and ask questions in the Nutanix Community forum.
  4. Update your Resume and LinkedIn Profile: After you have completed a course, it’s important to add your new skills to your resume and LinkedIn profile. Make sure to highlight any new skills you’ve learned and any new certifications you’ve achieved. 
  5. Continue Learning: The IT industry is constantly evolving. To stay competitive and stand out from your peers, it’s important to continue your education journey. Browse our website to learn about other Nutanix training courses you can enroll in to grow your knowledge.

Completing a Nutanix University course is a significant achievement, but don’t let your education journey stop there! By following these key steps you will help set yourself up for success.

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This article was written by Karlie Beil, Sr. Customer Marketing Specialist. 


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