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Open University becomes a certified Microsoft IT Academy
The Open University (OU) is now a certified Microsoft IT Academy, adding to its suite of IT vendor certifications.
The first course in the OU's Microsoft IT Academy programme, TM128 Microsoft server technologies, launches in October 2010.
The OU says the course covers both the fundamentals of computer networks and the specifics of how Windows server technologies can be used practically. Registration is now open for the 30-credit Level 1 module.
The OU is also a Cisco Academy and offers the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Certified Networking Professional (CCNP) programmes.
Also in its suite of vendor certifications, the OU offers T155 Linux: An Introduction, which is supported by CompTIA.
Since it began in 1969, the OU has taught more than 1.5 million students and has more than 250,000 current students, including 20,000 overseas, learning in their own time using course materials, online activities and content, web-based forums and tutorials and through tutor groups and residential schools.
For further information about The Open University's Microsoft IT Academy certified TM128 course, visit www.openuniversity.co.uk/tm128
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