Training Opportunities at ICT Focus
Small Business Server Course
Due to a demand from the companies in InfoLab21, ICT Focus are offering the following course next Month:
MS2395: Designing Deploying and Managing a Network Solution for the Small and Medium-sized Business.
3 days 4th-6th March: £450 (less 10% discount for InfoLab21 Associate Companies)
The goal of this three-day course is to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to select, deploy, and manage a Microsoft networking solution for small and medium-sized businesses.For further course details please use the following link:
Upgrade your MCDST - or simply get started with Vista MS5118 19-21 February & MS5119 18-19 March.
Take both courses together for only £675
This course provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, monitor and maintain Windows Vista computers.
On completion of these two courses the student will be in a position to then take the exam 070-621 to upgrade to MCTIP: Enterprise Support Technician.For further details please use the following link:
Individual course fees: MS5118 £450: MS5119 £300.
We are also offering Windows Server 2008, & VMware courses - please see our website or call 01524 510425/7
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