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Looking forward to become a Atlassian Consultant, any Tips from Seniors here ? :D

Dunja Sophia Jürgensen July 20, 2023

Heyyo, Im new here and deep diving into Atlassian atm, looking forward to become a Consultant. Just wanted to ask if there is any advice you would wanted to know at your start as an Consultant? 

But anyways hope you all have a wonderful day



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Mayur Jadhav
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July 20, 2023

Hello @Dunja Sophia Jürgensen ,

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!!

I would recommend to start learning Jira or any other Atlassian tools from Atlassian University. Atlassian University has many courses for free which help you understand the fundamental of each tools.

If you want to learn more and in depth please go through Atlassian official documentation. Atlassian has maintained very very well.


If you have any doubt, question or wanted to share your experience Atlassian Community is the best place to come and post

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Dunja Sophia Jürgensen July 20, 2023

thank you @Mayur Jadhav thats very helpful! :) 

Frederik Vantroys
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July 20, 2023

Hello @Dunja Sophia Jürgensen ,


As @Mayur Jadhav mentioned : the university is a great place to get started. 

If you choose a learning path that suits your needs best you get a good overview of training to follow and the certification you can then take if you would want that.

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Dunja Sophia Jürgensen July 20, 2023

thank you  @Frederik Vantroys ! 

Tomasz Rogawski August 10, 2023

@Dunja Sophia Jürgensen I'm hired as an internal in DevOps team, and part of my job is supporting the team with Jira and Confluence adoption, so in practice I provide consulting service to my team. This helps me fully understand end user and provide the help they need.

If you are new and want to be Atlassian Consultant, then my recommendation would be to:

1) Learn Jira and Confluence by using it every day for your own benefit.

2) Help your colleagues in the team solve their issues with Jira/Confluence (your role doesn't matter). Just use your 10% of time to learn, grow the skills, and share what you know.

3) Act as a facilitator of a Community of Practice in your company or department to connect people who have a problems to solve with those that know a lot about Jira and Confluence and could help.

After that check what you gained, and if this road is good for you.

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