I'm guessing you passed your exam to either get a job promotion and make some more money. Here are a few ideas.
It never ceases to amaze me how much time, effort and money people put into studying for IT exams and when they pass they do nothing with their new skills and qualifications. IT certs are nice to have but you should be looking for a very good return on all your effort.
Here are a few ideas. I cover it in the video above but in more detail in this free PDF. If you want more IT tips then please fill in the below form.
I hope it helps.
Bill McCutcheon says
Quick Question: Are you offering any Amazon Web Services Training ? Looks like my company is in the process of pushing everything to the cloud and I may only have until next April until my Datacenter closes. Looks like there are 3 new Datacenters being built in my local area and I would like to be able to make the move when the time comes.
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Paul Browning says
Ian Stockbridge says
Once again I am reviewing my certifications so i was taking a look at the ICND1 and 2 exams noting that they end in February 2020.
If you already have Cisco Certified
Entry Networking Technician (CCENT)
certification and would like to earn CCNA,
you have until February 23, 2020 to
complete your CCNA certification in the
current program. As of February 24, 2020,
you will need to take the new exam to
complete CCNA certification.
I am stunned that you have not been sending out the bad news telling us all to hurry up (and of course tell us about your new resources for the all new CCNA only route.
Paul Browning says
I sent out about 20 emails as well as videos.