After seeing heavily subsidised SBS 2008 training being offered in such places as the US, Canada and Australia I raised the question with Emily Lambert at the SBS 2008 launch event in Manchester. Emily asked me to drop her a mail with examples of this training, which I duly did and copied in our friendly MS PAL, Vijay.
It turned out a number of people had raised this with Emily and in early November they came up trumps with a 3 day workshop in London for only £200. After consulting my heavily pregnant wife we agreed it was worth the time away from home and I booked my spot. Unfortunately the demand had been so high all the places had gone and I’d been put on the waiting list.
Meanwhile Ric from NetLink IT had been musing over the fact that the only offering was in London and wondered out loud to Emily if we could have some further North. I obviously backed this whole heartedly, not only because I didn’t have a place on the course, but it’s always nicer to be closer to home for these events.
Last night I was catching up on my blog roll and discovered Microsoft had come up trumps again with new courses announced across the country.
Course Title: 44CO101 - Implementing and Administering Windows® Small Business Server 2008
My booking is confirmed and paid for, I hope to see some of you there.