72 more University - certified IT Professionals in the North-West
A University exam board recently approved awards for 72 IT professionals working in support roles in schools, colleges, the public sector and SMEs - with most of them working in the Northwest.
The Certificates cover Network and Systems Engineering and range from an introductory course to advanced courses or courses that incorporate vendor qualifications such as Microsoft's MCSE and Cisco's CCNA.
All certificates incorporate a series of study days at InfoLab21 followed by on-line supported learning, with assessments based on real-life scenarios and work-based reflection.
For details of all courses please see:www.lancaster.ac.uk/ictfocus,
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