DDLS is pleased to announce that today marks the official launch of its inaugural training courses in the Philippines. Delivery commenced today for the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals and will be followed by the Microsoft Azure Administrator training from 6-9 August at the Microsoft Philippines Office in Makati City. DDLS selected these courses based on its strong partnership with Microsoft and the high demand of the Philippine market for quality instruction in this topic.
Construction of the first DDLS Philippines campus has commenced in the business hub, Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City, Metro Manila. The brand new campus will be equipped with seven state-of-the-art training rooms, all fitted out with the latest computer hardware and telepresence technology (also known as DDLS Anywhere). The Philippines campus facilities are being set up to meet the same high standards that DDLS’s Australian clients have come to expect over their 28-year history.
“Today marks an important step towards our expansion plans to bring first-class IT Training to the wider APAC market. Philippine clients can expect a wide range of public courses to be available in the next few weeks, with a focus on cloud, workplace, networking, cybersecurity, as well as process courses such as ITIL, Project Management, DevOps and Agile,” says Jon Lang, CEO of DDLS Australia.
DDLS, a wholly-owned subsidiary of EdventureCo, joined forces with Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. in March 2019 to bring quality IT Training to the Philippines and is planning on rolling out additional campuses within the region in the near future.
For more information on training programs offered by DDLS Philippines and to register for courses, please visit: www.ddls.com.ph
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