CyberLearning launches Microsoft business certification programmeSeptember 8th, 2008 - 10:57 pm ICT by IANS
Ahmedabad, Sep 8 (IANS) CyberLearning, the exclusive Microsoft Office certification provider for India, Monday launched its latest programme - new business certification for Microsoft Office system 2007 and Windows Vista operating systems.”I am delighted that we have partnered with the ACTUniv Group to bring these new credentials to Gujarat,” www.cyberlearningindia.com chief executive Pankaj Rai said.
The ACTUniv Group, which is in alliance with CyberLearning, is one the largest computer education and training companies in Gujarat.
“Continuous learning and upgrading the skills is the key and this certification programme will do that in abundance,” ACTUniv director Harpreet Singh said.
New generation of Microsoft certifications will give users an opportunity to certify their skills on new Microsoft technologies and receive a credential logo that identifies them as experts.
Harpreet said the course duration was 60 hours and the exam fee is Rs.2,250. One can buy the package and train himself and there are no registration fee, he added.
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