The OWSUG is running two study groups this fall. The first one I am highlighting is the Microsoft Exchange 2007 Configuring Exam. If you are planning to write 70-236, Exchange 2007, Configuring and you think you need some extra preparation, this is a great way to do it. I have been involved with the study groups, so I can vouch that they are very beneficial.
The Ottawa Windows Server User Group looking to start a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Study group. The OWSUG has been running study groups for several years and many in the Ottawa IT community have taken advantage of these opportunities for assistance with certification, as well as gaining valuable knowledge that can be applied on the job.
The focus of this study group will be preparing for Microsoft Exam 70-236, Exchange 2007, Configuring. Passing this exam will gain the student a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Configuration; and counts as one credit towards the Microsoft Certified IP Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Messaging Administrator. The text will be the Microsoft Press Configuring Exchange Server 2007 Self Paced Training Kit, and copies will be provided to all study group members.
All study group members will prepare for the sessions by reading the training material content. Individuals will work in teams to take turns leading the study group sessions according to a schedule which will be provided , and will lead demonstrations where appropriate. This is study group not a course, so everyone’s involvement will be required to ensure the success of the group as a whole.
The cost to participate in the group is $250. This includes the textbook (to keep,) as well as an exam voucher valid at any Microsoft testing centre.
The group will be meeting weekly Tuesday nights beginning Sept 15, 2009 and continuing until early December 2009.
To apply please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional registration details will be sent only to people that pre-register. Positions will not be held before deposit and fees have been received.
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