The DevOps Institute is a learning hub connecting IT practitioners, education partners, consultants, talent acquisition and business executives to help pave the way to support digital transformation and the New IT. The institute has launched a Continuous Education Program to retain the institute’s certification.
“Individuals will need to renew their certifications every two years by obtaining Continuing Education Units (CEUs). They must also be a Learning Community Member in good standing,” reads an official statement.
“The Continuing Education Program offers an extensive selection of activities and opportunities that focus on learning, skills development, staying current with modern practices, and professional growth in the digital age,” said Jayne Groll, CEO of DevOps Institute.
The Continuing Education Program is said to benefit individual DevOps professionals and IT organisations to stay competitive with current and most relevant DevOps skills, knowledge, ideas and learning and in upskilling for advancement opportunities.
All DevOps Institute certifications expire after two years. To renew a DevOps Institute certification, individuals and organisations must upgrade to DevOps Institute Learning Community Membership and earn the required number of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through eligible learning activities before the certification expiration date, the statement added.
“As the demand for a highly-skilled IT workforce continues to grow, we must provide the necessary learning channels for people to extend their desired skill sets holistically,” noted Rinku Sachdeva, director of Learning and Certification at DevOps Institute.