More of Ubuntu Training for Europe

With numerous new government backed Open Source initiatives kicking off in The Netherlands, we’ve decided to lead the way and ensure that Ubuntu training is widely available. Having training locations in every major Dutch city, AT Computing and Ictivity Training will provide authorised Ubuntu training from this summer. The first Ubuntu Certified Professional class is scheduled to commence in July; for additional dates or inquiries about closed sessions, the following 3 addresses are your key: www.ubuntu.com/training; www.atcomputing.nl.; http://www.ictivitytraining.nl/.

UK based Skills Matter will also offer Ubuntu courses from July 2009. With a strong grass roots community and an industry-wide reputation for bringing the latest in open source technology courses to its customers, Ubuntu has all the ingredients to be the next success story. More about the company and available courses can be found here: www.skillsmatter.com

Instructors from all partners will be attending the Canonical run Train The Trainer event at the end of June.

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