RFID4U and New Horizons announce joint CompTIA RFID+ ™ training Programme

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Knowledge in RFID systems and processes are a perquisite to business success as emerging communication technologies converge. IT Professionals with skill-sets and qualifications in this area will increasingly be coveted by all industry sectors.

RFID4U, the country's largest RFID training company, and New Horizons, the largest independent IT training company worldwide, have joined forces to bring the CompTIA RFID+ ™ certification training to United Kingdom. The first RFID+ training class will be held in London on January 26- 2007, and in Birmingham 23 February 2007. (Registration for these classes are via URL: http://www.nhtraining/rfid.htm)

RFID4U has been a pioneer in RFID training for over four years, with more than 2,000 people trained from both the private sector and government. Dermott Reilly, RFID4U Training Manager EMEA, commented "New Horizons are a globally well established and respected IT training organisation with a focus on emerging technologies. Business success increasingly depends on good communication mated with innovative IT solutions and knowledge. To be business ready companies need to be ahead in technology, up to speed in RFID and related technologies and in sync with new concepts that are changing our business landscape" New Horizons are one of the few companies in IT Training that delivers innovative content, passion and realism to progressive companies and organisations.

Located in Birmingham and London, New Horizons will enable easy commuting access for the growing RFID community across Britain and EU. "Most important is our ability to offer CompTIA's new RFID+ Certification training, to senior IT Middleware professionals" said Mike Smith, Managing Director of New Horizons UK. "We have the reach and scalability to meet the anticipated demand from our current client base and new business, and we look forward to being part of the most exciting technological developments of this century as technology comes together to drive business growth."

RFID4U's RFID+ curriculum as well as RFIDQ ™, practice tests for RFID+, have been reviewed and approved by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) as quality training materials through the CompTIA Authorized Quality Curriculum (CAQC) program. This recognition identifies these courses as meeting the strictest quality standards set by CompTIA to ensure it meets exacting requirements with regard to the complete coverage of exam content, as well as excellent content layout and instructional design material that helps certification candidates judge their learning or readiness for the certification exam.

About RFID4U

RFID4U is a worldwide leader in vendor neutral RFID learning solutions. We have assembled a full complement of products and services to help you align technology with business objectives. A pioneer in RFID learning, RFID4U has maintained a steadfast focus on developing a robust and highly acclaimed catalog of RFID courses. We also offer a training implementation program customised to fit your organisations needs, with new week-end certified courses for busy executives across the globe. More information is available at http://www.rfid4u.com

About New Horizons

New Horizons is a global Learning Solutions Company, delivering solutions across a wide range of technical areas. For over 20 years New Horizons has helped organisations and individuals achieve results, increase productivity and efficiency, drive revenue and reduce costs. New Horizons offers both classroom and e-Learning options for virtually every desktop application used in the world of business. Now with CompTIA RFID+ ™ training programme, New Horizons computer training offer get even more exciting.

"Our alliance with RFID4U further enhances the range of training that we are able to offer and provides our clients with access to CompTIA RFID+ specialist training programmes" said Kelly Davis, Sales Manager for New Horizons.

For more information please visit http://www.nhtraining.com/rfid.htm.


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