Resources to learn Drupal are many and certainly vary in delivery, focus and quality. When you are trying to figure out the best way to train up, considerations like schedules, learning styles, and trainer reputations play pretty heavily. You also need to look at the program and compare it to what you already know, what you need to know, and what you should know to get into practice as quickly possible. One of the biggest obstacles is often finding, and then choosing the training program(s) that are right for you, and perhaps your team. But what if you didn’t have to choose?
Drupalize.me and DrupalEasy are proud to announce that we are making it easier to get trained up in Drupal in a way that helps overcome challenges, meets needs, and addresses the different ways people learn. We are bundling our training programs and resources beginning with DrupalEasy’s Fall 2017 session of Drupal Career Online. The DCO will include access to all of the thousands of Drupalize.me tutorials during the 12-week course, and a deeply discounted subscription after graduation. Current Drupalize.me subscribers will also receive a special Drupalize.me tuition rate for this and any future sessions of the DCO.
Drupalize.me’s Addison Berry came up with the partnership idea as a way to help the community grow by helping along the learning process of people who can more quickly become solid developers. Addi says, “Any way we can make it easier, and better for people to get quality training to become developers is good for the community, and good for all of us.” In addition to providing comprehensive Drupal training that focuses on best practices, Drupalize.me and DrupalEasy share a love of building the Drupal talent base across the world.
Drupalize.me provides a premium, membership-based training library of thousands of tutorials divided into specific pathways according to your learning goals. It is trusted by users around the world, and backed by Lullabot, one of the top open source strategy, design, and development companies.
DrupalEasy has been offering instructor-led comprehensive Drupal career technical education (the first of its kind) programs since 2011, launching the 12-week, 132 hour Drupal Career Online program in 2015. The DCO ensures individuals and teams can rely on expert live instruction, office hours and mentorship, expansive learning resources, and a curriculum that thoughtfully stacks skills and emphasizes best practices to ensure graduates have the best possible foundation to become practicing Drupal developers.
The first session of Drupal Career Online that includes unfettered access to the Drupalize.me’s tutorials in the Site Building, Theming and Development learning pathways begins October 2, with an application deadline of September 26th. To learn more and get an idea of the DrupalEasy learning platform, sign up for one of two Taste of Drupal free information sessions in August and September or contact DrupalEasy.