Build your Cloud Skills – New Learning Paths Available

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In a recent newsletter, we shared that IBM is delivering a new approach that creates a clear connection between training, skills, and digital credentials (certifications and badges). The new Cloud Integration Learning Paths provide you with a “subway” style map to guide you on your skills journey through personalized training based on your job role. We initially released 10 role-based Learning Paths including four of our Cloud Paks. I’m delighted to let you know that we now have 12 new Learning Paths available including a path for Cloud Pak for Data. Please look them up here:

In addition to this, we have recently announced the availability of new Cloud Pak certifications as follows:

  • Cloud Pak for Integration Administrator
  • Cloud Pak for Automation Administrator
  • Cloud Pak for Applications Architect
  • Cloud Pak for Multi-Cloud Management Administrator

There are Learning Paths available at the link above for each of these.

Check out the new Cloud Learning Paths & certifications.

Add Learning Path(s) to your Skills Gateway My Learning Dashboard and start your path to certification now!

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