Which courses are discounted with a Training Passport?

Which courses are discounted with a Training Passport?

All the courses that receive a discount when booking using a CommScope Training Passport are identified in the catalog with the blue passport symbol (as below) and the ACT ones are show in addition with a green passport symbol (as below). The discount will then show at checkout for all eligible courses.


If this image does not appear next to a course then no discount is available.


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