Need new resolutions? How about working towards leveling up your skilled workforce or maybe getting AWS Certified this year?
Jump into one of our upcoming webinars to explore your options and see if upskilling yourself in any of these technologies will help you reach your career goals. You could also share this with your co-workers to help them learn something new.
Each one of our classes is presented by an authorized industry expert trainer. Learn more about each of the webinars and sign up today.
AWS Discovery Day
Tuesday, January 11, 2022
9 AM – 12 PM PDT
AWS Discovery Day is an event that is designed to introduce AWS Cloud concepts and foundational infrastructure services. This event is particularly relevant for customers who have recently signed up with AWS, or for those who simply want to grasp the basics of the AWS Cloud platform. Join our authorized instructor, John Kacmarynski, as he responds to your questions live.
Introduction to Power BI
Thursday, January 13, 2022
10 AM – 11 AM PDT
Join our trained instructor, Jeffrey Bennett to learn what you need to know to create highly effective visualizations and understand data analysis using Power BI Desktop. This is a good end-to-end demonstration and you will learn one or more areas that you will need to know to make the most out of Power BI.
Introduction To Microsoft Teams
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
10 AM – 11 PM PDT
If you want to get more efficient working remotely, join our certified instructor, Will Berkeley for a free webinar on Microsoft Teams and learn how to use Microsoft Teams for video calls, chat, sharing, and collaborating on projects and documents with your co-workers.
Introduction To SharePoint
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
9 AM – 10 PM PDT
Join our Microsoft Certified Trainer, Jeffrey Bennett to learn what is SharePoint Modern or if you have been using previous versions of SharePoint, to learn what’s new. This webinar will help you understand hub sites, the differences between a Communication Site versus a Team Site, and using Web parts. Demos to include copying files from OneDrive for Business to a SharePoint site, using Power BI in a Web part, and setting up a Dynamic Filter