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DDLS is excited to announce that we will be delivering training in Darwin in 2019, which means DDLS is now delivering corporate IT training in almost every capital city (excluding Hobart). Starting in January, DDLS will deliver courses across our portfolio of vendors including Microsoft courses, Agile BA courses and Cisco networking courses including:

Microsoft 10979 – Introduction to Microsoft Azure for IT Professionals – 29-30 Jan 2019Microsoft 20778 – Analyzing Data with Power BI – Performance Course – 31 Jan-1 Feb 2019Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Foundation – 18-20 Feb 2019Agile Business Analysis (AgileBA®) Practitioner – 21-22 Feb 2019Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1) – 11-15 March 2019Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND2) – 13-17 May 2019

As Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT training, DDLS is excited about the opportunity to broaden its footprint to Darwin and continue its reputation in delivering high-quality training facilitated by expert trainers.

All courses will be offered at Crimson Innovations: Unit 3, 6 Catterthun Street, Winnellie

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