Eclectic is first Scots training partner for Sun

December 2003
IT Training;Dec2003/Jan2004, p10
Trade Publication
Eclectic Learning Services, the IT training arm of Scottish-based Eclectic Group, is to become Sun Microsystems Inc.'s first officially certified training partner in Scotland. Eclectic will deliver training developed by Sun on Java and Solaris technologies at its Edinburgh, Scotland and Glasgow, Scotland-based training centers in Scotland. According to Colin West, director of Eclectic Learning Services, most of the Scottish courses offered by Eclectic will support Sun's IT professional certification programs.


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