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We are running some courses in Exeter in conjunction with Devon Council for schools infastructure teams in the ...
4th August 2011, 03:39 PM #1
W7 and WS2008 R2 Courses Running from Exeter.
We are running some courses in Exeter in conjunction with Devon Council for schools infastructure teams in the SW.
I have attached the outlines for the course and have included details below.
Windows 7: Desktop support
Windows Server 2008R2: Server Administration
Windows7desktopsupport - 2 days.pdf Windows 2008R2ServerAdministration 3 day.pdf
Date: 17- 21 October
The aim is to create a community of schools that come together for training as a collective, ensuring they get top quality training at a great rate.
If you want further information or would like to book a place drop me an email email@example.com or call me on 01905 726222.
If you have interests outside of the above (for example Exchange 2010, SharePoint, vSphere) let me know and I will see if there is a similar interest through the schools already attending.
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21st October 2011, 12:42 PM #2
It's the last day of the first 5 days of (training outlines above). The course is full, with 10 technical staff on both courses from schools running from Somerset down to Plymouth.
We have had and overflow of interest and so are planning to put another set of the same courses, Dates: Feb 27th-Mar 2nd. I will get some of the delegates lo let you know how they got on!
Following this we will also be delivering courses around the following topics:
WS2008 R2: Active Directory & Group Policy
Let me know if there is an interest.
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