Certification Track Days are designed to alleviate the IT skills shortage within many organisations.
The package includes a range of Microsoft certifications combined with people or process training such as time management, presentation, negotiation, business analysis, project management or ITIL skills.
“IT workers no longer operate in the IT silos of five years ago and it’s now time for them to update their skills in line with this shift,” said David Gage, DDLS general manager.
“The evolving demands on Australia’s IT workers mean they are now required to influence key stakeholders, better manage projects and be responsible for working as efficiently as possible,” he added.
The Certification Track Days last from 3-10 days, depending on the type of course.
DDLS also offers customised packages for trainees who want to mix and match their certification requirements with the business skills needed.
“Technical training is typically left up to individuals to manage and business training is often an afterthought for IT workers," said Gage.
"Now organisations can reap the benefits of staff retention and increased ROI from their IT strategies by offering industry-recognised certifications and business training.”
Dimension Data is a Microsoft Gold certified partner.
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