Friday, August 7, 2009 2:21 PM tonyrogerson

Understanding SQL Server Certification and Learning Technologies from Microsoft Learning

Don't forget this Monday evening Chris Testa-O'Neill has secured from Microsoft Corp - Ken Jones, Gerry O'Brien and Joseph Sack to talk to us about Understanding SQL Server Certification and Learning Technologies from Microsoft Learning).

This will be a session using the online LiveMeeting application, the URL is

The session will start at 7pm promptly and finish around 8pm; please be sure to visit the above url about 5-10 minutes before the event starts to make sure you have the applet installed.

Microsoft Learning builds innovative learning products that enable you to make the most of your investment in Microsoft technology. We offer a diverse range of products—including classroom training, e-learning, certification, Microsoft Press books, and more—to serve the needs of customers and partners worldwide.

This one hour webcast will provide information about the certification and learning tracks available on SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2008 from Microsoft, direct from the people who work at or partner with Microsoft Learning.

Want to get off with the right start?
To start you of on your experience with Microsoft Learning. There is an opportunity to win one of the following prizes:

Kindly donated by Microsoft Learning

Microsoft Elearning voucher for collection 2778: Writing Queries Using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Transact-SQL
Microsoft Press Book: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 T-SQL Fundementals
A free exam voucher

Kindly donated by the Remarc Group
A choice of a free three day Official Microsoft Learning SQL Server course at one of Remarc's training centres in Leeds or Manchester (travel and accomodation not included)

The speakers include

Gerry O'Brien, Certification Manager for Microsoft, will share information about the certification tracks, including:

• Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist track
• Microsoft Certified IT Professional track.

Ken Jones, working as a Senior Product Manager for Microsoft Learning will explore the books available from Microsoft Press to support your certification requirements

Chris Testa-O'Neill, who is an author for Microsoft E-learning in SQL Server 2008 and a Microsoft Certified Trainer with the Remarc Group in the UK will explore the learning tracks for both classroom and online training using Microsoft Official Curriculum and Microsoft E-learning courses.

Already certified?

Joseph Sack from Microsoft will be providing information about the new Microsoft Certified Masters programme and the Microsoft Certified Architects programme

Many thanks

Tony Rogerson
SQL Server MVP


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