Fortune favors the smart. That’s why tech providers will want to take advantage of Intel’s new training platform, Intel Partner University.
Intel Partner University offers a variety of digital training formats, including on-demand trainings, online videos and webinars. Intel partners can complete Competencies and earn digital Pro Badges to show their particular technical or solution subject-matter expertise.
Intel Partner University is a component of the new Intel Partner Alliance. Although the Alliance isn’t launching until the second half of 2020, the Intel Partner University is available now.
Better yet, you can access Intel Partner University training courses anytime, anywhere, and on any device. And for Intel Partners, it’s free.
Here’s some of what you’ll find on the new Intel Partner University:
> Personalized recommendations: The Intel Partner University uses AI to deliver personalized training recommendations that are relevant to your needs. The first time you sign in or register, the site will ask you questions about your job and areas of interest. Then you’ll see personalized content and course recommendations.
> Competencies and badges: Get deep training library based on curriculums for critical business topics. Complete courses and the tests within these focus areas. Display your technical or solution expertise with digital badges, and demonstrate your credibility and expertise to customers and partners. Competencies are now available for areas including AI foundations, high performance computing (HPC), IoT adaptive sales, Intel Optane technology, FPGA and gaming systems.
> Webinars: You can now gain access to webinars from the same platform used for the rest of Intel’s training. See all upcoming webinars and quickly add them to your calendar.
> Enhanced UX: The user experience on Intel Partner University has been streamlined to make browsing easy. You can also track your training progress. And finding what you need is now easier, thanks to enhanced filters that can fine-tune your search.
If you work with global partners, here’s good news: Many of the Intel Partner University courses are available in as many as 15 regional languages.
Ready to get smart? Check out Intel Partner University today.
Not yet an Intel Partner? Learn more and register now.
> See the Intel Partner University FAQ
> Read a recent blog post by Eric Thompson, Intel’s general manager of global partner enablement