Secure coding company Secure Code Warrior has expanded its training content to cover code vulnerabilities for embedded C and C++ applications.
Infrastructure automation provider Puppet has launched Puppet Practice Labs, a free series of educational exercises.
Tech industry trade association CompTIA is offering free training and certification exam vouchers for its CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) credential to Australian and New Zealand citizens, including “career changers, displaced workers and students” - or anyone interested in learning more about the fundamentals of information communications technology (ICT).
ICT and cybersecurity training provider DDLS has formed a strategic partnership with Australia’s largest private provider of online vocational education, Open Colleges.
Technology skills platform Pluralsight is making all of its courses free to everyone this month.
A new online short course from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) aims to provide people in technology and management roles understand the benefits and processes of integrating DevOps within their business.
James Cook University in North Queensland is claiming an Australian-first offering of fully-online training as a data scientist.
Online training and e-learning platform provider Velpic has partnered with national law firm, Mills Oakley, to launch a new training and management system designed specifically for schools.
Monday 12 May marks International Nurses Day (IND) and also the launch of an app that will allow Australia’s 350,000 nurses and midwives to top up their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) registration requirements online.
ClipTraining has expanded its video-on-tap training services to include Microsoft Office 2010. ClipTraining provides brief, customized videos that allow anyone from one individual to an entire group of corporate employees to access training from any location they prefer - work or home. With more than 25 new features included in Microsoft Office 2010, the Web-based on-demand Learning Management System (LMS) offered by ClipTraining is a comprehensive, cost-effective solution for users looking to educate themselves on the benefits surrounding Office 2010 and Microsoft applications in general.To view a video on the Top 25 New Features in Microsoft Office 2010 as well as a recent article on why the features require training, go to https://www.cliptraining.com/news_100110.cfm
In many organizations, users who have questions about how to use various application features typically call the help desk for assistance. However, it has started becoming apparent that the help desk may not always be the best source of support in these types of situations.
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