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Dear users! Along with most training services we continue moving to virtual.
As you know, we delivered virtual trainings and mentoring services from the very beginning. Now we focus on virtual services.
Please visit our updated Trainings page and reach some of our short online courses in ITSM, Project management, Startup design, and virtual learning.
EdTech Investments grows dramatically during COVID epoch. The growth continues.
Learn more about virtual learning approaches at our special course on Udemy platform.
This year AXELOS and Peoplecert slightly changed their regulations for taking online exams for all certifications in AXELOS portfolio – ITIL(r), PRINCE II, MoR and many others.
After registering for online exam a candidate can download a software and check technical parameters of his/her computer or a laptop, i.e. webcam, audio devices, Internet connection and bandwidth. Note, that WiFi is eligible, but not recommended.
Prepare your room and desk. Nobody should attend in a room except a candidate; desk should be clear – only a laptop or a monitor and a keyboard. A door should be behind a candidate, visible in a webcam and closed.
Check your data and wait for a proctor.
Proctor greets a candidate and asks to show (photo) an id with a photo, candidate’s face and a room and a desk.
A candidate should have a cell phone/smartphone nearby in the room, but not on the desk in a silent mode.
During an exam a candidate is allowed to use a printed copy of an appropriate AXELOS book and 4 blank sheets of paper for notes.
During an exam a candidate should not stand up or move, look at any other places than a monitor and speak loudly.
In case of any questions or challenges a candidate can type to a proctor. In case of breching Internet connection a proctor calls a candidate and gives instructions.
We prepare and deliver a new course at Udemy platform. The course is based on OESI (Online education skills institute CMM model for online, or virtual, education.
Our audience includes organizers of educational process – dean’s and academic office staff; professors and teachers.
After course completion e-learning pros would be able to prepare their institution for successful audit and OESI certification.
During the first month the course is available with 60% discount following this link
Our online courses (examine the title page) are available at the lowest possible price (less than $10) per lifelong access at Udemy during “Black Friday” week.
Choose the course, purchase it at Udemy.com, improve your skills!
AXELOS(r) announces that ITIL 3 certifications are open till December , 31, 2021, and will not be available in 2022.
Certified specialist in ITIL 3 continue hold their status as for 3rd version.
Certified specialists can migrate to ITIL 4.0 Managing professional status if they gain 17 credits in ITIL 3 certifications and pass ITIL MP migration exam till June, 30th, 2022.
Migration exam ITIL 4.0. MP is available till June, 30th, 2022.
Microsoft is launching a global skills initiative aimed at bringing more digital skills to 25 million people worldwide by the end of the year. This initiative will bring together every part of our company, combining existing and new resources from LinkedIn, GitHub, and Microsoft. It will be grounded in three areas of activity:
(1) The use of data to identify in-demand jobs and the skills needed to fill them;
(2) Free access to learning paths and content to help people develop the skills these positions require;
(3) Low-cost certifications and free job-seeking tools to help people who develop these skills pursue new jobs.
At its heart, this is a comprehensive technology initiative that will build on data and digital technology. It starts with data on jobs and skills from the LinkedIn Economic Graph. It provides free access to content in LinkedIn Learning, Microsoft Learn, and the GitHub Learning Lab, and couples these with Microsoft Certifications and LinkedIn job seeking tools. In addition, Microsoft is backing the effort with $20 million in cash grants to help nonprofit organizations worldwide assist the people who need it most. One-quarter of this total, or $5 million, will be provided in cash grants to community-based nonprofit organizations that are led by and serve communities of color in the United States.