Registration Instructions for Free Splunk Training
- >> University students, faculty, and staff: please register here using the email address provided by your college or university.
- >> Individuals taking training through a skills development partner organization: please click on the name of your referring organization here. During registration, you will be asked to enter a coupon code, which the organization should have provided to you.
- >> Nonprofit and research IT staff and employees: Please click on the appropriate program Nonprofit | Research to create your Splunk account and access training using the email address provided by your organization.
SplunkWork+ | US Veterans
Free Splunk Training for Former Service Members
About US Veterans
The Splunk for Workforce Development Program provides free training for US Veterans. Sign up today to get started on your journey!
Free Splunk Training for Former US Service Members
As part of the $100 million Splunk Pledge, Splunk donates free courses to individuals from underserved communities and groups underrepresented in tech. We help train the workforce of tomorrow by equipping veterans and former service members in the United States with the Splunk skills they need to land well-paying jobs in the induustry.
By simply verifying your veteran status with TroopID and creating a Splunk account, you can quickly access free training resources. This training is available to current service members, veterans, and spouses in the United States. Through this program, you will have access to eLearning courses that will help prepare you for jobs that are in high demand with leading companies.
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