Pilothouse’s SharePoint 2010 Computer Based Training is in High Demand

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When upgrading to SharePoint 2010, training coordinators are increasingly choosing computer based instead of classroom training for content managers, administrators, and developers.

With Microsoft officially releasing SharePoint 2010, the demand for training has increased substantially in the last few months. However, with economy still under strain, many companies do not have the budget to pay $2,500 per person for classroom training for content managers, administrators, and developers.    Instead, training coordinators are looking at computer based and online training.

Pilothouse Consulting Training DVDs address the demand by offering unique method of learning that allows students to see the steps, hear the explanations, and perform the tasks. Illustrated presentations, full screen demos, hands-on labs, and pre-configured virtual lab environments are the main features. Additionally, students get the benefit of learning from the best in industry at their own pace. Since 2003 tens of thousands of professionals have used this interactive training to become experts in SharePoint.    

“Our expectation is that when a student completes our interactive training, he or she will gain in-depth knowledge of SharePoint fundamentals, administration, development, and best practices from our experienced instructors. This is the sixth release of SharePoint training and every time we make better and better. That’s why we have so many repeat customers,” explains Genna Abramenko training sales director at Pilothouse Consulting, Inc.

For more information, current promotions, and organization license arrangements please visit the site http://www.pilothouseconsulting.com/sharepoint-products-cbt/SharePointTrainingDVD.html or contact our sales depart at (888) 717-1126.

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