Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Azure Fundamental Training this December

Here at gethynellis.com. We're very excited to be launching our web-based Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals Course AZ-900T01 as the next stage of delivering our aim of making Expert Skill available at Affordable prices.


 

If you're seeking Azure Certification or just want to gain Azure skills, then this course is for you. At only £350 + VAT per delegate (£295 + VAT early bird discount for the first 5 bookings), we believe this is excellent value for money. This course covers everything you need to know should you wish to become Microsoft Certified at this level, and the full list of the course objectives is available here. 
 

Here are some comments from previous training course customers:
"The Instructor was knowledgeable and friendly. The mixture of slides, demonstrations and exercises keeps the material interesting".
"Really informative, I received everything I expected and extra!"
"Gethyn answered all questions very well clearly and concisely and went through the material in good speed and explained certain areas in more depth where necessary."
"Excellent clear tuition and knowledge from Geth Ellis. Thank you!"
 

If you would like to book, please take this link, to make your booking and payment. Note prices above exclude the small Eventbrite booking fee.
 

So whether you're an individual, or you work for a Not for Profit, Membership body, Financial provider, Law Firm or any Public or Private sector organisation and you want to get to know Microsoft Azure, our web-based course can help you maximise your investment at an affordable price. We look forward to seeing you on the 12th. To be assured of a place, please book as soon as you are able as places are limited.

Contact us via the Contact us page if you need to book with an invoice or booking for more than one attendee. 

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