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Axis Centre Open Evening, Weds 6th July, 4-6pm

I received the following message from the Axis Centre in Beeston, Nottingham. They offer a wide variety of technical and e-marketing training courses. I have done a Microsoft training course, an E-marketing and content writing course and a XHTML and CSS course with them over the years and can definitely vouch for their quality. Worth a look for sure although they lost quite a lot of government funding which made the courses prohibitively expensive for someone like me who didn't have a company to sponsor me. 

Take a look! GO DO IT.
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The Middle Street Business Centre will be open on Weds 6th July, 4-6pm, for tours, demonstrations, advice and information. 

Why not come along to talk to us, pick up some information, watch a demonstration?  Or simply sample the buffet, have a nose around the facilities and pick up a few leaflets!

We are pleased to feature:

Jonny Green - demonstrating eMarketing and WebStart courses
Bjorn Le Roux and/or Paul Grantham - discussing & demonstrating Web Design, Photoshop and other Axis courses.
Kelly Winfield - demonstrating PRINCE2
Andy Smith – discussing eChampions project, demonstrating Google Adwords and Google Analytics.
Luke Selwood & Dudley Cottingham - Castle IT Academy courses - Cisco (including IT Essentials and CCNA), ITIL, Microsoft Office and Professional short courses.


All welcome.  Please phone or email Sue if you are coming, so that we have an idea of numbers for catering.  Phone 0115 925 6666 or email: info@axiscentre.com

http://www.axiscentre.com/

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