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Up-Skill Yourself To The Latest...... [message #392758] Thu, 19 March 2009 04:01 Go to next message
oracletraining@ymail.com
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Registered: March 2009
Location: Bangalore
Junior Member
Dear Oracle User

In continuation, with our endeavor to offer education in latest technologies & keeping in view with your requirements, Oracle is pleased to announce course schedule for the coming three months.This schedule covers all the training programs conducted in Chennai,Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi , Mumbai, Ahmedabad,Pune and Dehradun.

Today with each of us facing uncertainty due to the difficult economic conditions, it is critical that we differentiate ourselves from the crowd and the only solution to this is " to upskill" which each of us can control and decide. Oracle has a wide range of offerings which can help you achieve this differentiation. Please find below the link to the schedule.

http://education.oracle.co.uk/html/oracle/1080544US/SCHED_MP.htm


Please do get back to me if you are interested and an Oracle representative will get back to you with further details at the earliest.

To help me with the same, kindly fill in the details below:

Present Location:
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Warm Regards
Gouri Silvija
Education Division
Oracle India Pvt Ltd.
Phone: +91 80 41084709
Mail: edus_in@oracle.com
Toll Free: 1-800-425-8877(India from BSNL or MTNL lines only)
visit : http://oracle.com/education
Re: Up-Skill Yourself To The Latest...... [message #392762 is a reply to message #392758] Thu, 19 March 2009 04:11 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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Registered: March 2007
Location: Nanterre, France, http://...
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A post every 10 days is too much, it means 37 posts per year and so spam.
Keep to less than 10 posts per year for your advert, you don't change your schedule every 10 days, don't you?

Regards
Michel
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