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Sydney, 10 October 2016 – DDLS, Australia’s leading IT training provider joins a group of 29 well-known and leading Training Centres across Europe, Africa and Asia through its LLPA membership.

Together DDLS and LLPA members are devoted to providing up-to-date and relevant training solutions and aims for continuous performance improvement in the industry. All members of the LLPA are well versed in training, offering training from top IT vendors such as Microsoft, IBM, VMware, Citrix, Cisco and Apple.

Gary Duffield, DDLS Strategic Alliances Director commented “We are delighted to be part of a network of leading learning companies from around the world. In addition to sharing best practise, it also allows us to easily build global learning programmes for our clients.”

“We would like to welcome our 29th member on board LLPA. With DDLS’ expertise in delivering training solutions across IT, process management and professional development we are able to continue to share best practices throughout Australia” said Patrick Kersten, Chairman LLPA.

As a member of the LLPA, DDLS brings its vast range of award winning technical, process and people training to the association. DDLS clients benefit from receiving the latest training curriculum designed to help them achieve enhanced knowledge, skills, and measureable productivity and efficiency outcomes, both for their business and the individual.

To see DDLS’s course offerings visit www.ddls.com.au

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