CompTIA RFID+ certification course now available in the UK

RFID4U, in partnership with RFIP Training, is rolling out its CompTIA RFID+ certification course in the UK starting May 2006. 

CEO Sanjiv Dua says: The courses have been enormously successful in the US.  We are responding to demand in Europe for the same RFID+ training. The RFID+ training will be delivered together with RFIP Training, a specialist UK-based RFID training company.

RFID4U is the leading global provider of RFID training.  It is a Cornerstone Committee member of CompTIA (Computing Technology Industry Association) and it helped develop the vendor-neutral RFID+ qualification over the last 12 months.  Sanjiv says: "RFID4U has trained more successful RFID+ students than any other organisation.  We are expanding the availability of our RFID+ and other RFID courses globally and we are pleased to announce our partnership with RFIP Training in Europe.

RFIP Training director Ian Pattison says We are proud to be associated with RFID4U.  The RFID+ training is a full 4 day course aimed at providing participants with the knowledge they need to pass the RFID+ exam which is held on the last day of the course.  The course validates a professionals knowledge and skills in the areas of installation, maintenance, repair, and upkeep of hardware and software functionality of RFID products. It is aimed at individuals who already have some experience of RFID.  By taking this course and achieving RFID+ certification, they will stand out in the marketplace.

The RFID+ training course comes with a guarantee that participants will obtain the RFID+ certification. If participants finish the RFID+ certification preparation training without the certification, they can attend subsequent RFID4U training within a period of one year at minimal cost.  To attend subsequent training, participants simply retain the courseware. They will only need to pay for accommodation, meals, travel, and test vouchers if applicable.

For details on the RFID+ course and how to register, click here

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