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Training: ICT Focus January Courses

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MS2543 Core Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 29 - 31st January 2006 £450.00

The three-day workshop focuses on user interfaces, website structure and functionality, and implementation details and is aimed at corporate/ISV application developers who have a desire to learn more about specific technology areas in Web application development.

Book with a friend/colleague to receive a £50.00 discount each.

Further information can be found at the Microsoft Website

Certificate in Cisco Networking Technologies - £925.00

This course is aimed at people who wish to deepen their knowledge of the way that modern networks operate and is aligned with the Cisco Network Academy Programme Curriculum Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) curriculum.

Delivery of the course is based on a comprehensive e-learning program, delivering Web-based content, online assessment, student performance tracking, hands-on labs, instructor training and support, and preparation for industry-standard certifications.

Dates and course outline can be found at

There is no VAT payable on these courses. Prices include courseware, lunch and refreshments. You may also be eligible for reduced-rate Microsoft exams *subject to availability

Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician

MS2261:Supporting Users Running Microsoft Windows XP Desktop Operating Systems 23 - 25 January £450.00

MS2262:Supporting Users Running Applications on Microsoft Windows XP 26 - 27 February £300.00

The Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) certification will get you started in your IT career by ensuring you have the skills to successfully troubleshoot desktop environments running on the Microsoft Windows operating system. This is an industry-recognised qualification of your knowledge and proficiency with Microsoft products and technologies.

Book both courses together for only £695.00 (no VAT)

Wed 20 December 2006