Firebrand Training Qualifies 3,000th Microsoft MCSE student
Accelerated Learning company Firebrand Training has produced another 3,000 qualified MCSE students, in just over 3 years.
[UKPRwire, Wed Jan 21 2009] Accelerated Learning company Firebrand Training has produced another 3,000 qualified MCSE students, in just over 3 years.
Robert Chapman, CEO, says: “Firebrand Training is proud to say we have seen the 3000th qualified student on our training course for MCSE over Windows Server 2003. Our examination based course gives delegates accreditation at MCP, MCSA and MCSE levels.
The Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification proves your expertise in designing and implementing the infrastructure for business solutions based on the Windows Server 2003 platform. The MCSE is the UK's de facto standard of skills and knowledge for Server and Network Administration. One of the most effective ways to grasp the skills required for to pass an MCSE is through Accelerated Learning.
“Our 14 day accelerated Microsoft MCSE 2003 training course provides information technology professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft Windows 2000- and 2003-based networks, with a focus on information security in the enterprise. This is an accelerated, residential, fully-immersed MCSE course, designed for computer professionals that require effective, real-world skill-building and timely certification. You will live, learn, and test on-site to become an MCSE."
The Accelerated Learning pioneer Firebrand Training say the latest MCSE boot camp is designed to incorporate the requirements of existing users and to enhance knowledge to Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista operating systems.
“The Firebrand Training MCSE bootcamp details how to install and configure Windows XP and Windows Vista, manage a Windows Server 2003 environment, understand Active Directory, and also to design security for a Windows Server 2003 network.", Robert Chapman explains.
He says the IT training course builds on the delegate’s knowledge of Windows Server 2003 networks and environments, and ensures that the students leaves the MCSE course with both the skills and knowledge to implement and manage a Windows Server 2003 infrastructure.
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About the Firebrand Training MCSE.
Firebrand Training's Accelerated Learning MCSE course:
• Helps students grasp complex project management concepts more easily by identifying and catering to individual student learning styles through a mixed visual, auditory and kinaesthetic-tactual delivery system
• Enhances retention by employing accelerated learning techniques focused on committing information to long-term memory
• Is not like other bootcamps where just the exams are taught. In fact our PRINCE2 training courses is delivers more case based scenarios than traditional training or boot camps
About Firebrand Training (www.firebrandtraining.co.uk)
Firebrand Training is challenging the way in which professional training is delivered.
Firebrand Training, formally known as The Training Camp, has pioneered Accelerated Learning courses for busy IT professionals. The organisation’s innovative approach to course delivery has led to its status as the Institute of IT Training’s “IT Training Company of the Year” for the three years – something no other IT Training company has achieved.
Students are totally immersed in the subject matter, receiving an average of 12 hours intense tuition per day at a residential training site. Subject experts implement a range of teaching methodologies designed to fit with how we best understand and retain information during different periods in the day.
Accelerated Learning is an attractive proposition for contractors, whose time commands very high premiums, and employers who need to minimise staff absence. Firebrand Training has an above average pass rate of 85% - confounding critics’ claims that Accelerated Learning fails to produce results.
Firebrand Training was founded by Robert Chapman and Stefano Capaldo in Summer 2001 as The Training Camp. Stefano was a former student in the US and rated the company’s approach so highly that he decided to launch a programme of courses in the UK.
The organisation has since been recognised by Microsoft as a Gold Partner for Learning Solutions (MCPLS) and over 15,000 students have been trained in the UK to date. The success of the company enabled the management team to relaunch as Firebrand Training, which is focused on delivering training courses specifically designed for a European market.
Firebrand Training offers a range of courses covering all major vendors such as Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, Sun, and Novell, as well as specialist certifications in the areas of security, business intelligence, project and business process management.
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