Continuous improvement is at the core of our mission at Red Hat, and input from you, our learners, has been instrumental in helping us understand needs and expectations as we evolve our offerings. As part of Red Hat’s commitment to delivering flexible, hands-on and relevant training on our open source technology, we are introducing an extension to the access period for lab environments accompanying most of our training courses that include a virtual environment. This initiative is a direct response to the valuable insights you have provided, and we designed it to help reinforce your knowledge and improve expertise after completing a Red Hat Training course.

You now benefit from an additional 45 days of lab access following the end of your instructor-led Red Hat training course, providing a practical opportunity to review course topics at your own pace without feeling rushed. By spending more time on exercises and revisiting concepts, you can solidify your understanding and continue to apply your newfound knowledge to real-world use cases, even after the training course has officially concluded.

This extended lab access will be available to instructor-led training courses that include a virtual environment, so you can still choose to learn using your preferred approach: classroom, virtual, or on-site. Regardless of your preferred modality, you’ll have the tools and resources needed for professional growth.

This extension applies to most Red Hat Training courses, with a few exceptions. To date, the extension does not apply to DO380, DO480, or TL500. We will update this information with any future offerings or exceptions. 

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Emily Wolf is a Sr. Technical Program Manager with Red Hat Training and Certification.

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