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    #51
    Foundations covers the basics - e.g. Installing ESXi, Installing vCenter, Datastores, VMkernels. etc.

    When you complete, you have the 4 Silos to choose from.

    DCV covers vSphere in depth
    NV cover NSX
    CMA - Cloud and Automation
    DTA - End User Computing (So essentially Horizon)

    But as all of those require vSphere to have a basic setup with VMkerenels and Datastores ,etc to work, then this is covered by Foundations.
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    Hi scott28tt, kj0,

    Thanks a lot for your information, got it completely. Been not hesitated so far to give it a try right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by STANLY_CC View Post

    Option B:
    IT Academy Path (IT Academy courses do not appear in MyLearn / Certification Manager. IT Academy students use a special academic (‘PSE’) exam voucher for the VCP-DCV exam to provide qualifying training course credit. Students must complete the VCP6.x-DCVPSE exam using the voucher provided by the Academy instructor)

    Step 1) Take vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage and/or vSphere Optimize and Scale course at an IT Academy**
    Step 2) Pass the vSphere 6.x Foundations exam (2V0- -602 [v6.5] or 2V0-620 [v6]). Note: there is no special academic (‘PSE’) exam voucher for the vSphere 6.x Foundations exam.
    Step 3) Pass VCP 6.x - Data Center Virtualization PSE exam (2V0-622 PSE [v6.5] or 2V0-621 PSE [v6]) using the special academic exam voucher provided to the student by the IT Academy instructor
    I already register for Stanly Community Collage -

    Step 1) Take vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage and/or vSphere Optimize and Scale course at an IT Academy**
    Done


    Step 2) Pass the vSphere 6.x Foundations exam (2V0- -602 [v6.5] or 2V0-620 [v6]). Note: there is no special academic (‘PSE’) exam voucher for the vSphere 6.x Foundations exam.

    Mean i have the option to choose
    (2V0- -602 [v6.5] or 2V0-620 [v6]) ??

    Step 3) Pass VCP 6.x - Data Center Virtualization PSE’ exam (2V0-622 PSE [v6.5] or 2V0-621 PSE [v6]) using the special academic exam voucher provided to the student by the IT Academy instructor

    Mean i have the option to choose (2V0- -622 [v6.5] or 2V0-621 [v6]) ??

    Am I Correct ??? or i missing something ??
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    Just confused:
    CCC&TI VMware IT Academy Certification Requirements
    In Option B, in first step:
    Step 1) Take vSphere: Install, Configure, Manage and/or vSphere Optimize and Scale course at an IT Academy**
    In **
    The vSphere: ICM course alone does not qualify as fulfilling the training course requirement on the IT Academy path.

    How to understand: ICM course not enough or enough?
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    As of right now and regarding VMware IT Academies, if you take and pass the ICM course you will receive a (PSE) voucher for the un-proctored VCA & the proctored VCP exams. Once you pass both you will be a certified VCP. However, this will change July 2018. Please see the other thread on this site regarding the upcoming changes that VMware is initiating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STANLY_CC View Post
    the un-proctored VCA & the proctored VCP exams. Once you pass both you will be a certified VCP.
    The un-proctored vSphere Foundations exam, rather than the VCA exam?
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    Yes, you are correct. Sorry for my mistake!!

    Quote Originally Posted by scott28tt View Post
    The un-proctored vSphere Foundations exam, rather than the VCA exam?
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    If i take the UDemy courses, can i use those courses to take my first VMware certfication?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chmod View Post
    If i take the UDemy courses, can i use those courses to take my first VMware certfication?.
    No, it’s not an official/authorised course.
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