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    Hey all i'm new on this forum page. I'd like to ask u about it trainings. I'm looking to start studying in A+ and N+(later msce or ccna time will show). Maybe someone knows any college's ? I don't wanna study at home as i already tried to do this and i found it hard because of my work.

    At the moment i found the best London College: Learn IT Computer Courses in London(UK) Skills from our training courses, Oracle Courses, CIW Courses, Web design Courses, IT Degree courses, ACCA courses, CCNA courses in London, MCSE Courses in London. Prince2 and MOS courses, Sage

    I like what they offer. I look for studies quality dont need the fastest way but don't want to study forever. As you see i like the hours you can take and the lenght of cource is about 1,5 month 6hours a week.
    Any ideas or sugestions?

    big thx from me.

    aurimas

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    Quote Originally Posted by clock View Post
    I'm looking to start studying in A+ and N+ (later msce or ccna time will show).
    What area of "London"? It sounds like you could do with somewhere nearby to where you live.

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    I live in essex, Romford. But i found nothing here. What they offer is self study, distance learning.

    and that college in central London is not so far as i finish my job b4 midday. Usually i'm at home 11am-1pm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clock View Post
    that college in central London is not so far as i finish my job b4 midday. Usually i'm at home 11am-1pm.
    To be honest, it sounds like you've got it figured out - go for it, best of luck :-) About the only thing I can think of to suggest is to check and see if you qualify for any training bursaries or similar, even something to just help you cover transport costs. Maybe check your local job centre or citizens advice beuro, they'll know about that sort of thing.

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    CISCO Classroom based, Instructor led Weekday & Weekend Courses

    IF you are looking to get a CISCO course under your belt for very little money check these guys out. They are very good, did my CCNA course with them.

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    Thx for advice just need to start now from november.
    aleach2 when i finish my a+ n+ then i look at the ccna

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