Oracle Education at MCC - Summer 2009

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Oracle Education at MCC - Summer 2009

Postby sam » Tue May 19, 2009 2:12 pm

Local Oracle training in Rochester!  Download the flyer below for full details.

Monroe Community College (MCC) has been authorized to participate with Oracle ® Corporation’s Workforce DevelopmentProgram (WDP). Oracle launched the program to address the continued global information technology (IT) worker shortage and need for accessible and low cost IT skills training. The program is designed to allow accredited academic institutions to deliver to participants a premium education on cutting-edge Oracle technologies based on Oracle University. The curriculum is designed for the Oracle Certified Professional (“OCP”) program. The training delivered by MCC through the WDP prepares individuals for rigorous Oracle certifications. With the widely-acclaimed certifications, WDP students are readied for a variety of Oracle job-roles as well as career advancement. Oracle provides all of the proper tools to MCC to facilitate the delivery of their courseware. What this means to you is:

1. Exclusive privilege to use curriculum developed by and for Oracle University.
2. Oracle certified instructors and certified facilities.
3. Academic pace to delivering the training, classes will generally meet no more than eight hours per week. Training is delivered over a seven month period.
4. 25% discounts on OCP exams.
5. Free software – A copy of Oracle Server with an educational use only license provided to each participant for classroom use.
6. 50% discount on Oracle exam preparation software.
7. Free subscription to Oracle Magazine.

The WDP is meant as an alternative to Oracle Corporation’s Oracle University (OU). Most OU’s tend to deliver their training in either three or five-day formats. MCC’s training will be held two evenings per week, with breaks throughout the life of the program.

All details can be downloaded here.
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