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Sydney, 5 December 2016 – DDLS, Australia’s leading IT training provider, is delighted to announce that is has been awarded the Microsoft APAC award for learning.

Keeping the 25 years in business celebrations going, DDLS is again recognised for the delivery of world class training. At an event held by Microsoft recently in Singapore, DDLS was awarded the Microsoft APAC Award for learning. Earlier in 2016, DDLS was recognised by Microsoft globally, awarding DDLS the Worldwide Learning Partner of the Year award.

Gary Duffield, DDLS Alliances Director, commented, “The team at DDLS is delighted to be recognised by Microsoft for the work that they do in delivering world class learning solutions. Global and regional recognition by Microsoft is something everyone at DDLS is proud of. 2016 also saw DDLS win awards from both Cisco and EC Council. I believe that we are the most awarded learning company in Australia.”

Chee Sing Chen, Regional Director for Microsoft LeX in Singapore, said, “DDLS has really put Australia on the map this year, taking out the global award in July and now the regional award. The team here at Microsoft is really proud of the team at DDLS, we are excited to work with them as they introduce new products and services over the coming months.”

In 2017, DDLS will continue to onboard the new Microsoft courses and introduce new learning modalities. It will continue to work with Australia’s leading organisations, to help them achieve their learning and business outcomes.

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