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Treat Yourself to a Training Christmas Present

Its the week before Christmas. Party season is in full swing. Its a time for reflection on the year gone and a look forward to what is coming next year. Why not make your New Year's resolution early. Invest in your career in 2017 and get yourself some excellent value training.

With all courses in this weeks Learning Tree listed running in the New Year get booked up now so you don't miss out. You can relax and enjoy the Christmas period with comfort of knowing you'll be learning new skills and growing your career early in 2017.

All courses are £750 plus VAT.

Drop an email to training@gethynellis.com or use the contact us page if you would like more information or would like to book a seat


319         Technical Writing Introduction     10th January
2411       Windows Server 2012 Administration  10th January
2413       Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services 10th January
535         Developing High-Performance SQL Server Databases  16th January
296         Project Management: Skills for Success   17th January
1197       Achieving ITIL® Foundation Certification 23rd January
537         Penetration Testing: Tools and Techniques 31st January
315         Developing User Requirements: The Key to Project Success 14th February
3633       APMG AgilePM® Achieving Foundation & Practitioner Certification 20th February

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