« Acquire and sustainably transform your new digital skills into performance for career opportunities. »
Whether you’re interested in the digital field, looking for a job, in a general management or digital-focused position, or already working in a digital/IT operational area, it’s important to know that digital skills are essential these days and need to be updated regularly.
Companies of all shapes and sizes need people who know how to operate, promote and communicate online. This makes digital skills crucial for current and future employees in all industries.
The LLLC accompanies you in this transition towards the development of your digital skills, thanks to « Digital skills training » in line with the current needs of the job market.
« Digital skills training » is a set of 7 training paths that allow you to acquire digital skills useful for creating and sharing digital content, communicating and collaborating effectively, and solving technical and commercial problems. And this whether in the field of Cloud, Cybersecurity, networks, …
Whichever training path you choose, you will be able to prepare for your career, or even update or develop new skills in your work or even in your daily life.
Networks Training path (CCNA)
With the rise of new technologies, networks are becoming smarter, more programmable, and more software-driven.
Consisting of a series of four modules, this training path is designed to enable learners to understand network architectures, models, protocols, and elements to support business operations and priorities. They will then be able to make appropriate decisions to mitigate threats and improve network security using access control lists.
You don’t know anything about it. No problem, you can start with the IT Essentials course. Then take the following courses until you pass the certification that will allow you to work as a network administrator (for example).
It is also possible to start with a more advanced course, such as « CCNA Switching, Routing and Wireless », if you have already passed the previous course or if you pass the online test that shows you have the skills to enter the course.
Information security is an ongoing concern for companies, customers, providers and even individuals.
Cybersecurity issues are on everyone’s mind and require processes to be in place to know how to protect themselves against hackers. Hackers are stepping up their efforts to break into companies, especially nowadays with telecommuting and nomadism.
With this training path consisting of a series of five modules, cybersecurity beginners learn how to protect themselves from online and social networks cyberattacks in an increasingly hyperconnected world. And more experienced individuals gain the skills needed to secure and protect their company’s networks from outside attacks so that a single security breach does not have disastrous consequences.
Industry-recognized certifications are available in the « Becoming a Professional » pathway, allowing learners to work as cybersecurity analysts or system administrators for example, and so on.
As with the « Network Training Path » or any other training path, you can start with the « Fundamentals » courses. You can also go directly to a more advanced course in the « Become professional » pathway if you have successfully completed one of the previous courses or an equivalent course, or if you pass a test proving that you have the necessary skills to take the course.
One of the best known examples of an open source operating system, Linux has been widely used in enterprise servers, data centers, and mobile devices.
This four-module training path takes beginners through the basics of Linux to interact with the Linux virtual machine.
And for future system administrators or programmers, intermediate to advanced modules are developed, including maintenance tasks using command lines, installing and configuring Linux computers, and implementing network functions with Linux virtual machines.
Cloud Training path - For people who work in the field of Management
This training path is designed to enable people working in management to learn how to manage cloud computing and its services in a way that is applicable to their daily work.
With a total of six modules, this training path begins with modules for beginners to learn the best practices to properly protect themselves online from cyber attacks.
After ensuring learners have the right basics, the course continues at a more experienced level with learning theoretical and practical technical knowledge to ensure a safe, efficient and secure cloud environment.
Learners also learn how to manage potential incidents by being part of the solution to get the most out of cloud technology decisions.
This enables all staff members, not just IT staff, to make informed and sound decisions.
Cloud Training path - For people who work in the operational field
Focused on Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 services, this training path is composed of five modules.
The first module covers the basics of Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365, providing an overview of what cloud computing is and how to improve productivity, facilitate collaboration and optimize communications in the cloud.
Learning about Cloud Computing continues with its administration by implementing, managing and securing identity, user access to your organization’s resources, governance, storage, compute and virtual networks.
The course concludes by learning how to maintain an organization’s security posture and how to identify and remediate security vulnerabilities.
This four-module training path focuses on learning the architectures, models, protocols, and network elements that connect users, devices, applications, and data through the Internet and modern computer networks-including IP addressing and Ethernet fundamentals.
This overview of the work environment then allows students to learn the Python programming language for working in software development workstations, ….
The DevOps module takes software development a step further. Learning focuses on safely interacting with application programming interfaces (APIs) to automate existing manual processes with only a few lines of code.
This training path provides the skills needed to work in the field of software development and infrastructure automation.
This training path includes two courses that you can join without any prerequisites and that each have the objective of teaching you how to program.
Programming skills open up careers in almost every industry and are necessary for more advanced positions in software development and engineering.
All courses in the 7 training paths are open for registration.
It is possible to follow a training path as a whole. Or, if you already have some knowledge, you can take the test or show that you have passed the previous module to enter directly into the intermediate or advanced modules.
In addition, these modules are delivered in a blended learning format and allow you to develop the skills in demand in the industry through face-to-face classes with certified instructors in a lab equipped with servers, routers, cabling, laptops, etc., as well as online classes and labs incorporating virtualization and network simulation tools.
It is then possible to maximize the learning of theoretical concepts by applying them directly to real-life situations.
With these new digital skills, you will be better able to prepare your career or update your skills in your job to succeed in the increasingly technology-driven Luxembourg job market.
However, if you enroll in the CCNA training path courses, it is strongly recommended that you only take this training path due to the workload involved.
Similarly, for the CyberOps Associate course and the Linux I and II course, which run concurrently, due to the workload, it is also strongly recommended that you enroll in one or the other.
Materials needed to take a course:
By bringing your own laptop that meets these specifications, the course material can be installed on it and you will be able to practice outside of class sessions.
To take these courses, you will need a laptop with the following specifications:
CPU: Intel Core i5, or equivalent or higher recommended
RAM: Minimum 8 GB Ram, 16 GB recommended
Minimum SSD hard drive, >500 GB recommended
Wifi at least compatible with 802.11ac standard.
Ethernet network card recommended or use of an external Ethernet to adapter USB>RJ45
Supported operating systems (for Virtual Box & Packet Tracer): Windows 10-11, (MacOS >10.14)
Minimum of 1 free USB Type A port required for some Cisco courses (use of USB console cables).
Participants must have administrator access on their laptop for Cisco courses (important for participants who take a laptop from their employer) to allow:
installation of Cisco Packet Tracer
installation of Oracle Virtual Box
installation of the Cisco USB console cable driver or network adapter