Citrix Learning Centers are classrooms located in Citrix offices across the globe, including our Ft. Lauderdale, FL headquarters. Here are four reasons our customers and partners love attending courses at our Learning Centers.
Learn from the experts
Courses are taught by Citrix Certified Instructors and feature roundtable discussions with in-house product experts such as field consultants, engineers, or course developers.
Early access to new course content
Because new courses releases are first available exclusively through the Citrix Learning Center, you’ll be among the first to learn brand new course content and product features from the experts closest to the technology.
Learn by doing
You’ll perform hands-on lab activities while your instructor leads classroom discussions based on real-world scenarios.
Leverage the best technology
Citrix Learning Centers are equipped with the latest learning technology, facilitating collaboration and engagement for both live and virtual students.
Need a fifth reason? The two latest course releases through the Citrix Learning Center are 50% off suggested retail price for a limited time! These courses are:
CXD-301: XenApp and XenDesktop Advanced Concepts – Optimizing the End User Experience
My colleague Amit Ben-Chanoch gave a great write-up about the importance of creating a world-class end-user experience with XenApp and XenDesktop. His post also covers some of the technical content that will be covered in the course, including Optimizing HDX Graphics and Configuring for Double Hop HDX Connections. You’ll learn those skills, plus much more, in this two-day course.
This course will be held on November 23-24 in Ft. Lauderdale, and can be attended in person or virtually.
This course will also be held on November 16-17 and November 19-20 in Chalfont, and can be attended in person or virtually.
CXD-302: XenApp and XenDesktop Advanced Concepts –Troubleshooting
Learn how to troubleshoot complex end user and infrastructure issues through the use of support tools, Insight Services, and the PowerShell SDK. The course follows a troubleshooting methodology using real world support issues as example scenarios to demonstrate how to identify and remediate issues with the proper tools.
At the end of the course students will have the skills they need to diagnose and remediate failures with a faster time to resolution and to identify the root cause to prevent future occurrences.
This course will be held in Ft. Lauderdale on January 18-19 and in Dublin on January 25-26. Both courses can be attended in person or virtually.