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How to learn VMware On Demand

By Samantha Allen 01 Mar 2021

It’s 2021 and we live in an on demand society. We no longer set our clocks around our favourite TV shows. Instead, we stream those shows whenever we like through Netflix, BBC iPlayer, or any of the various on demand TV options. We expect our shopping to arrive within a day now we’re accustomed to Amazon Prime deliveries. We expect to get anything and everything when we want it. So why would IT and business skills training be any different?

On Demand learning is now available at Go.Courses, and one of the many training course topics available is VMware. Read on to find out how to learn VMware On Demand and how On Demand learning differs from other training options.

How to learn VMware

VMware is now one of the key players in cloud computing and server applications for virtualisation. Learning VMware has never been easier as there are now multiple ways you can learn it, including face-to-face, Live Online, and On Demand. With the right training course you can learn the skills you need to master VMware in a short space of time. The first step in learning a new skill is to research the range of training available, and decide which specific course or set of courses suits your needs.

Browse the full range of VMware courses HERE.

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What is On Demand learning?

On Demand learning is another name for e-learning. These are pre-recorded training courses that you can access via the internet. All of the On Demand training courses at Go.Courses are the same high quality training normally delivered by our expert instructors face-to-face, but you attend online instead, at a time that suits you. 

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How is On Demand learning different to face-to-face training?

As we already mentioned, the Go.Courses On Demand training courses are delivered by the same instructors that would deliver any of our training, whether it’s face-to-face, Live Online, or On Demand. However, the course content is delivered differently. Rather than learning live in real-time, the content is pre-recorded and available for you to access on the internet at any time. This comes with a huge range of benefits but does mean that you won’t get the same interaction with the instructor as you would from a live course. This is one of the reasons why e-learning or On Demand training courses tend to be available at a much lower price. 

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How is On Demand learning different to Live Online training?

As mentioned above, the content for On Demand training courses is pre-recorded and available to access on the internet at any time. The Live Online training at Go.Courses is also accessed via the internet, but is delivered by the instructor live rather than pre-recorded. Rather than accessing this at any time, you will have to attend Live Online training on your chosen date at the specified time, much like you would for a face-to-face training course. Live Online training gives you some direct interaction with the instructor without needing to travel. But, if you miss the Live Online session, you miss out on your training and would need to rebook.

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Which VMware courses are available On Demand?

We’re always adding new courses and currently there are 20 VMware courses available. Our extensive range of VMware certified courses include training on VMware vSphere, vRealize, VMware Cloud on AWS, or Horizon 7. All of these courses can be attended face-to-face, Live Online, or On Demand and you can browse them all here: 

You may also like to read our previous articles “Why become VMware Certified?” and “What is VMware used for?” 

What VMware certifications are available?

There are 4 different levels of VMware certification to choose from, depending on your job role and experience level:

  1. VMware Certified Associate (VCA): entry level certification for Administrators, Architects & Executives.
  2.  VMware Certified Professional (VCP): for IT professionals, Administrators & Engineers.
  3.  VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP): advanced levels for Administrators, Architects & Engineers.
  4. VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX): highest level of certification for Architects.

Browse the full range of VMware courses HERE.

If you have any questions about finding the right course for your needs please do get in touch and we’d be more than happy to point you in the right direction.

Go.Courses are now a VMware partner, which means we work closely with VMware to deliver the most up-to-date training courses and learning material. We have access to the best resources and offer an extensive amount of knowledge. We’re happy to answer any questions about VMware training, certification programs or any other questions related to learning IT skills.

Why not browse our VMware courses or give us a call to find out more?