AZLAN SPECIAL PROMOTIONS OPEN FAST-TRACK FOR CISCO TRAINING

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Azlan, the leading provider of education services for networking and communications professionals, is making it easier for IT staff and industry specialists to attain the highest levels of Cisco accreditation quickly and cost-effectively.

 

Until the end of the year, the company is running a special promotion on Cisco courses that are essential to achieving Certified Cisco Network Associate (CCNA) accreditation at a special price, up to 33% lower than the normal cost. The five-day Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) course for example, normally priced at 1395, is currently available for only 895.

 

Azlan has also increased the number and frequency of Cisco courses it is running at its four dedicated training centres in London, Coventry, Wakefield, and at its headquarters in Wokingham.

 

In addition, Azlan is offering 100 customers the opportunity to benefit from special pricing on its Personal Pass training passport scheme that will enable IT professionals to benefit from up to 20 days training on Cisco and other leading technologies at very high value. The first 100 customers to sign up for the Personal Pass Platinum (20 days) and Gold (15 days) services during August will be given a 15% discount.

 

Director of the UK training business at Azlan, Nigel Pearson, says that the promotions are designed to give employers and IT professionals an incentive to commit to on-going training for the rest of the year.

 

This is a significant opportunity for organisations to strengthen the level of knowledge in Cisco technologies in particular. We are anticipating that there will be strong demand for courses over the next 12 months and we want to demonstrate to our customers, and to the wider community of IT professionals that Azlan not only delivers the very highest quality of technical training, but also that we offer exceptionally good value for money.

 

For full details of the courses and schedules go to www.azlan.com/uk/training

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