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      David Schwarzbach

      One of the important customer programs supporting Dell Technologies’ Unified Workspace initiative is the co-skilled badge program. This program conveys demonstrated proficiency in both Unified Workspace and VMware Workspace ONE tools and capabilities – a valuable asset for IT professionals as we accelerate this era of modernized endpoint environments. The program has dual requirements: completion of the VMware VCP Digital Workspace certification as well as Dell’s Unified Workspace training course. The links to these courses, as well as the site for uploading course completion, are found on the home page of this site.

      The Unified Workspace course is an online, on demand course that can be taken at any location at your leisure. The course takes approximately 5 hours to complete followed by a 1-hour assessment. A score of 70% is required to pass the assessment. Once both courses are completed you’ll upload the results to http://www.dell.com/uploadyourcredentials. Dell will send you an email acknowledging your completion and awarding your co-skilled badge.

      If your organization is considering a Unified Workspace implementation or if you’d simply like to understand more about how Unified Workspace streamlines endpoint modernization, it’s a great idea to check out these training opportunities.

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      john waire

      hi am currently a student doing information communication technology and its awesome i have knowledge that is not necessarily learning in school i have done a lot of research i can work on hardware so i was asking if there is anything you can do for me i wanna join earning unified work space. am currently in Kenya Africa……..please reply

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      David Schwarzbach

      Hi John. Earning an accreditation for VMWare Workspace ONE and Dell Technologies Unified Workspace is a great way to demonstrate your proficiency for these emerging technologies. Dell has partnered with VMware to offer a co-skilled badge combining training and assessment for both of these complementary skill sets.
      The VMware course, VMware Certified Professional – Digital Workspace 2020 (VCP-DW20) has just been released in it’s 2020 version. There is a great overview of the course that can be accessed at the following link: http://www.vmware.com/go/vcpdw2020. There is a fee associated with this training and assessment.
      The Dell customer and partner training for Unified Workspace can be accessed here: http://www.dell.com/unifiedworkspacebadge. There is a separate fee associated with this training and assessment.
      Once both courses are completed successfully, you’ll upload your credentials and receive your badge.
      If your question is an inquiry regarding employment opportunities I encourage you to browse Dell’s global job board at http://www.jobs.dell.com and apply when you find a role that meets your interests.

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