We are pleased to announce that the SEP Basic Training (SBA) and SEP Certified Administrator (SCA) training will be held this year at the University of Colorado's Leeds School of Business Campus in beautiful Boulder, Colorado July 27th-30th 2010. Please join Germany's Director of International Support, Christian Ruoff and USA's VP of Support for the America's, James Delmonico for both the SBA and SCA classes.
The SEP Basic Training (SBA) course is a single day course on July 27 and is for System Administration and individuals using SEP sesam in their daily routine. It is designed to make the implementation and use, simple and efficient. It is recommended to have performed at least three (3) unique installations or 6 months of hands-on experience using SEP sesam, but is not required.
On July 28 - 30, the SEP Certified Administrator (SCA) training will be available. This course is designed for technical personal with in-depth knowledge of their operating systems and environments. It will further the student's knowledge regarding installation, management and support for the customer designed backup strategy.
Thank you very much for your continued support. Our partners are essentials for our continued success and we look forward to seeing you at the end of July. The SEP Software Team is looking forward to strengthening our partnership during the rest of 2010 and beyond.
SEP Software Inc
Director of Marketing
Spaces are filling up quickly, so please sign up now!! To register for these classes, simply click on sepusa.com and log in to your account and select the appropriate course listed under services/sesamtraining prior to July 15. Prices increase 25% after July 15. The cost is, $495 SBA only, $1645 SCA only or $1695 for both sessions. We look forward to seeing you in Boulder!
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