Going For Training?

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*This post is written for Open Technology Group*

For those working in technical IT area, you might have heard about all kind of industry-recognized certifications, such as MCSE, Zend PHP, Oracle Certified DBA, MySQL Certified Professional, Novell CLP and so many others.

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It’s true that sometimes with years of experience and hands on knowledge you gained, you wouldn’t feel the need to have all this paper qualification, but trust me in certain employment, the interviewers do see whether you have all those certifications.

If you are looking for place to go for PHP training, have a look at what Open Technology Group has to offer.

Reading from the testimonial given by past participants, the instructors are knowledgeable and really thorough. That’s what I would be looking for if I were to attend any course.

I hate it when the instructor himself seems to be lost in what he’s trying to teach and I would straight away lost my interest in that class.

I like the fact that the class will be conducted in small group so that more attention could be given by the instructor.

Plus if you take the all-inclusive course price, the fee quoted already covers your round-trip flight ticket within United States and some parts of Canada, hotel accommodation and shuttle service.

Anyway, if your company is planning to send more employees for such training, try asking them for on site price. It should be cheaper as a whole and more cost effective for your company’s training budget.

With their own course structure plus industry recognized materials and exercises, you will be able to develop robust and efficient PHP scripts in no time.

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