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IT Training: Super Duper Deal!!

In the wake of last week’s BREXIT vote and subsequent fallout, I decided to delay making this announcement until today. I wanted to ensure that this deal didn’t get lost in the shockwaves of the referendum result.

Gethynellis.com has been working in collaboration with Learning Tree since 2010 writing, developing and delivering high quality SQL Server training courses around the world. Learning Tree delivers a range of high quality IT Training courses on a range of topics from SQL Server, Windows, .NET, Networking, Security, Agile, Project Management, Sharepoint and the list goes on.

After some discussion in recent weeks here at gethynellis.com we have come to agreement with Learning Tree UK, who have very kindly agreed to make available a range of seats on its public course summer schedule to readers of this website and to our social media connections. These will be made available at a superb rates of £750 (Plus VAT)  which I think you’ll agree is suitable for most training budgets large or small.

The list of courses can be found on the Great Value IT  Training page and will be updated weekly,   please check back here regularly to see what courses have become available on the super duper deal next week.

The multi-day courses are being offered at £750 (Plus VAT) which represents a significant saving on the book price/website price so in the age where training budgets are stretched this could be a great way get some great training, delivered by instructors who are actively engaged on consulting assignments in the field within which they teach and therefore have update, real world experience that they will share with you in class. The courses are available at a fantastic price to make those training budgets go further.

The courses can be attended in class, at the London Education Centre which is on Eversholt Street, directly opposite Euston Station. If you prefer the classes can be attended online using AnyWare. In which case you don’t even have to leave your home or office.  This can negate the need to travel to London if you live a distance away or perhaps not residing in the UK.

There are lots of courses in the list, and this being a SQL Server blog I’d like to draw your attention to the SQL Server Reporting Services course which is starting on the 2nd August. Course 140: SQL Server reporting Services is great course that will give you an excellent knowledge and experience in report authoring deployment and administration.

The other course in the list that I think is amazing value and likely to interest many people would be 177 PRINCE2® Achieving Foundation & Practitioner Certification. If you work in Project Management or would like to work as a Project Manager then PRINCE2 is the must have qualification for project managers in the UK. At £750 which includes the exam fees this represents excellent value.

The list includes a link to the course site page on the Learning Tree website, so  if you want to know more about what the courses with cover feel free to check out the link.

If you would like to take advantage of this deal then please email me at the following email address training@gethynellis.com with your name and contact details (email/phone number) and the course number and title that you would like to attend and we’ll ensure that get you booked on at the great offer price.

Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
The list of courses available is

Project Management


177 PRINCE2® Achieving Foundation & Practitioner Certification
Starting 01/08/2016

3702 Microsoft Project Introduction
Starting 20/07/2016

296 Project Management: Skills for Success
Starting 19/07/2016

923 Project Time and Cost Management
Starting 26/07/2016

Sharepoint



1531 SharePoint 2013 Technologies Introduction
Starting 02/08/2016

SQL Server/BI

2191 Designing an Effective Data Warehouse
Starting 02/08/2016

901 Introduction to Business Intelligence: Designing a Successful BI Programme
Starting 27/07/2016

140 SQL Server Reporting Services
Starting 02/08/2016

ITIL and Other


1197 Achieving ITIL® Foundation Certification
Starting 18/07/2016

211 Business Analysis Introduction: Defining Successful Projects
Starting 27/07/2016
993 ITIL® Intermediate: Service Design
Starting 27/07/2016

Programming


503 Visual Basic Programming for .NET
Starting 26/07/2016

2323 ECMAScript Programming: The Next Generation JavaScript
Starting 02/08/2016


Networking/Security


468 System and Network Security Introduction
Starting 19/07/2016

2056 Identity Management
Starting 02/08/2016

The Great Value IT  Training page and will be updated weekly

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