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New ECA Night School Now Available!

New ECA Night School Now Available!
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Are you interested in taking the Enterprise Cloud Administration (ECA) course but need a flexible option to fit into your schedule? Then check out our new Night School program!

We know scheduling multiple days out of the office for training can be difficult, that’s why we created a new Night School program for our most-popular ECA course.

The Night School format takes the traditional instructor-led 4-day-a-week schedule and delivers the same material in four, 3-hour sessions held one day per week. This gives you the flexibility to attend class, while still maintaining your other responsibilities at work and at home.

During this course, you’ll learn about the tasks Nutanix administrators perform through the use of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and command line interfaces (CLIs) and it will enable you to successfully configure and manage Nutanix in the datacenter.

At the end of the course you’ll also receive a voucher to take the Nutanix Certified Professional - Multicloud Infrastructure (NCP-MCI) for free! This certification was just ranked the #8 top paying IT certification by Global Knowledge and it’s a great way to prove your skills in deploying, administering, and troubleshooting Nutanix AOS.

If you’re interested in growing your hybrid multicloud skills but need a flexible training option, then take advantage of this new program! 

View the schedule and register here

 

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


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This would be a good option for those who cannot find time within working hours to take a class.

Awesome for someone like me.. full time work, look after kids n trying to have a social life. Spliting a course up into 3 or 4 hour bite size chunks is very helpful.

Sounds like a more flexible option, finding the time for training in on block is very difficult.

Good.

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