We've been working behind the scenes to develop comprehensive self-paced training courses designed to empower users while delivering key skills required of the new operating system.
Tampa, FL (Vocus) September 21, 2009
K Alliance has announced that its courseware covering Windows 7 is now available even though Windows 7 has yet to hit store shelves. The official release of Microsoft Windows 7 is scheduled for October 22nd and K Alliance is ready with comprehensive Microsoft Windows 7 training courses. Individuals and organizations are anxiously awaiting the new operating system but few are aware that Windows 7 training is currently available.
According to a K Alliance spokesman, “We’ve been working behind the scenes to develop comprehensive self-paced training courses designed to empower users while delivering key skills required of the new operating system.” K Alliance has developed several Windows 7 courses, each with a unique focus. For example, courses are available for end users who want to understand how to work with the new features of Windows 7 as well as for IT professionals who must learn how to deploy, configure, upgrade, migrate, and integrate Windows 7 into the network infrastructure. IT certification courses involving Windows 7 have also been developed by the K Alliance creative team.
In addition to releasing several tightly focused courses covering Windows 7 for end users and IT professionals alike, K Alliance also offers the training in several different formats. Many of these courses, such as the Windows 7 training DVD, are self-paced, which means that trainees learn how to use Windows 7 at their leisure by watching videos on their computers. Certified instructors explain the new features while demonstrating tasks on screen so that users can see Windows 7 in action. In addition, Microsoft Windows CBT training allows users to work in a simulated Windows 7 environment and try the steps for themselves – even without Windows 7 installed on the computer.
K Alliance has leveraged the power of the Internet for online access to the self-paced online classes as well as live, online classes. The live classes allow students to experience Microsoft’s latest operating system and learn from a certified instructor in real time from any remote location. Finally, a network deployable course is available to corporations looking for a complete training solution.
Microsoft developers have been developing Windows 7 for quite some time. At the same time, curriculum developers from K Alliance have been developing the training that Windows 7 users and IT professionals will need as they adopt the new operating system.
About K Alliance section:
K Alliance specializes in providing distance learning solutions to individuals, companies, and organizations. Online training solutions from K Alliance include individual self-study courses, live online classes, and even a corporate learning solution.
info (at) kalliance (dot)com