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Connector’s in-house training ramps up

17 Mar 2011

After holding Ruckus Wise Guy training at its recently opened in-house training facility, Connector Systems plans to hold four classes for Aerohive WLAN training.

Towards the end of the month four Aerohive WLAN training courses will be held by industry expert, David Coleman.

Connector says the courses will make attendees fully qualified to configure and maintain Aerohive Wireless Networks.

Each full-day course costs NZD $999 ex GST and will be held at Connector Systems, 5A Pacific Rise, Mt Wellington, Auckland.

Hit this link for further details.

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