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Growing your Knowledge with Atlassian University and Certifications

Toronto
Thu, Feb 24, 5:00 PM (EST)

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Happy New Year Community! To kick off our first ACE of 2022, we are excited to host members of Atlassian for a talk on Atlassian University and certifications. If your resolution list for 2022 includes either learning how to be more efficient with your Atlassian practices or taking your knowledge to the next level with the various certification paths, this event is sure to help you get started.

About this event

Join us as Atlassian University's Ben Thoma (Marketing Program Manager) and Julia Johnson (Certification Leader) walk us through all the types of product training courses and certification opportunities with Atlassian University:

  • How to find the right training courses and learning path for you and your team
  • How to use training credits and vouchers to encourage your team to learn together and build up skills across your organization
  • Understand the various exams, get tips on the certification process, and build a career with Atlassian
  • For those with server certifications learn more about how to transition to a cloud certification

Featured Presentation

Speakers

  • Julia Johnson

    Julia Johnson

    Atlassian

    Certification Leader

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  • Ben Thoma

    Ben Thoma

    Atlassian

    Marketing Program Manager

    See Bio

When

Thursday, Feb 24
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EST)

Group Leaders

  • Susan Hauth

    Susan Hauth

    Toronto ACE Leader

    Atlassian Event Leader

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  • Danny Zuccaro

    Danny Zuccaro

    TD

    Atlassian User Group Leader

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  • Saurabh Sharma

    Saurabh Sharma

    Banking and Financial

    Atlassian Community Leader

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  • Majken Longlade

    Majken Longlade

    Tatari

    Toronto ACE Leader

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