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Our first online live accelerated training program for SQL Server MCM was such a hit that we’re bringing it back starting March 6. Whether you’re preparing for SQL Server 2008 MCM exams, or just looking to take your SQL Server skills to the next level, don’t miss out on this unique training opportunity.
Starting March 6: Accelerate your path to SQL Server MCM
This series of live online sessions with a SQL MCM presenter offers a low-cost and convenient solution for MCM exam preparation, or for those looking for advanced training around MCM topic areas. In seven weeks, with two weekly sessions of two hours each, the focus each week will be on one of the exam topic areas. There will be time for Q&A after each session. In our first series, participants even formed online study groups, which enriched the experience even more. Plus, we offer practice lab subscriptions with twenty labs and two months of lab access, providing an easy to use, anytime access lab environment in which you can practice the required skills associated with the weekly session. The sessions start March 6, so Enroll Now, as places are limited in the weekly sessions.
BONUS: All paid program enrollments before February 22nd will receive a $1000 Discount for the SQL MCM Lab Exam!
Available today: Hands-on Practice Labs for Microsoft Certified Master: SQL Server 2008
The hands-on labs used in the Accelerated Prep training series are also available any time in one week or one month increments. The labs cover advanced SQL Server topics geared to helping you prepare for the pursuit of advanced certification. This is a great alternative for those who may not need the time commitment of two months of lab access.
Register here for the hand-on practice labs.
Learn more about the Microsoft Certified Master Program.
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Robert Davis Program Manager SQL Server Certified Master Program
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