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Our Product Manager, Michael Clark, outlines the latest changes to Citrix’s Recertification Program.

Recertification Extension

Due to the current COVID-19 circumstances, Citrix are extending the end date for the Recertification Program to December 31, 2020. The expanded program allows students with active and expired certifications to recertify by attending an Instructor-Led or Virtual Instructor-Led course.

The following certifications are eligible as listed below:

For more information on courses that meet the requirement, please visit Citrix’s Recertification web page.

You can find more information through Citrix’s official landing page here.

View our full Citrix course schedule here.

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