CED Solutions Offers Free Tuition Technical Windows 7 Certification CourseRich
[singlepic id=903 w=320 h=240 float=right]CED Solutions is happy to announce the offer to provide a free tuition 3-day Windows 7 Technical Certification course to the first 500 applicants who are currently unemployed or between jobs. This course will provide the technical training for the installation and configuring of the Windows 7 desktop operating system. This course is normally a $1,995 course but applicants will only need to purchase the Microsoft Authorized course material and the exam for a cost of $250. Students will also receive a fully licensed copy of Windows 7 with the course. The Microsoft Certification of MCTS, Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist will be obtained upon passing the exam at the end of the course. The certification exam must be taken at a local Prometric testing center (there are thousands of them in the US alone) with the exam voucher. Microsoft currently has a promotion called “Second Shot” which will allow the student to retake the exam again at no extra charge should it be required.
Students make take this live-instructor-led course either in the classroom in Atlanta, or online from any location and the comfort of your home or office to take Remote Classroom Training listening to the instructor, seeing the instructor screen and writing, and texting questions if desired. If you are in the classroom, or connected through Remote Classroom Training, you will be attending the same class at the same time. Class hours are 8:00AM to approximately 5:00PM each day.
CED Solutions is also providing free classroom live-instructor-led Microsoft Office Suite training for the first 1,000 unemployed individuals who apply for the program. Potential applicants must be able to provide verification as to their current unemployed status.
CED Solutions provided free similar training to many hundreds of unemployed individuals in 2009 in the classroom.
“CED Solutions is very happy to provide the skill sets necessary to work in the office environment to unemployed individuals,” said Rich Rodgers, President and CEO. “In this difficult economy Microsoft Office skill sets are very important for job seekers.”