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Archives: July 2016
This is the last course of my July training month. This is my second course this week. Yesterday I was teaching a 1-day course Writing SQL Queries
. That went very well. You can read all about how that day went here
For the rest of this week I…
Here's this weeks list of courses. At £750 plus VAT... I can't see how you can fail
1902: Linux Virtualisation 4 Day starting 4days 30th August
1197 Achieving ITIL Foundation Certification 30th August
450 Introduction to Networking 4 Days 30th August
2413 Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services 4 Days
This week is my fourth week on the spin being involved in a Learning Tree Course. This week we have double bubble. I teaching a Course today and I'm Producing a course tomorrow.
Today I will be teaching a one day course titled Writing SQL Queries
. This course provides…
This is the fourth week of four of my July training programming and this week we have two courses that I am involved in
July I will be teaching a one day course titled Writing SQL Queries
. This course provides and introduction to writing queries, using…
As I have mentioned in previous posts, we have done a deal with Learning Tree to be able to offer you selected courses from their public course schedule at a great price. £750 plus VAT. We have received this week’s updates and it includes some great courses. You can find…
…I’m about to find out.
You can read about what I do as a Producer here
This course number 918, has previously run under a different course title…
The main news this morning: Wales' heroic efforts at the Euros came to end last night with a 2-0 defeat to Portugal. I'm feeling a little sad this morning but what a great effort in getting to the semi-final.
Anyway there'll be more great stuff on influence skills this morning…
Live from London Day 2
In the most important news of the day, Wales play Portugal in the semi-final of the Euros later….I’m so excited, I can’t wait.
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Amazingly its July already, the year is flying by. With a very busy July and August lined up and a nice holiday at the end of it, there is a lot to look forward too.
Over the next four weeks I’m going to be involved in some training events with…