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DDLS is a long standing partner of Citrix and is very proud to accept this award. The recognition comes from a continued growth of students, alignment with Citrix and its core values, support of Citrix’s official certification program and of course, the number of students who then went on to certify.

In addition to this award, DDLS is also proud to congratulate our very own Terry Griffin who was identified as the Citrix APAC Instructor of the Year. Terry compliments an outstanding pool of instructors within the DDLS team and brings with him a long history of working with Citrix.

Terry was judged on the volume of courses delivered and certifications achieved but most importantly his consistently high classroom evaluations.

The DDLS-Citrix partnership holds great synergies between the two organisations and we look forward to growing this even further in 2012.

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