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Date: 01/10/2014

Local ICT training provider MBIT celebrates first year of operation.

MBIT Training Ltd now celebrates its first year of trading as a national IT training provider. We operate entry-level courses for people looking to start a career in IT all the way through to high-level Dynamics, Azure and SharePoint training in association with a wide variety of training providers. Our main specialist is Network Management and Security. Through this association we are pleased to offer training to corporate clients, to government agencies as well as military establishments in the US, Europe and UK.

Our team of 10 Microsoft Certified Trainers operate across the country offering training provision to other training companies, particularly on newer and more exotic courses whichcannot be provided with in-house technical training staff.

We are Microsoft Partners with Small Business Specialist status. We regularly support the majority of the Microsoft range of products with training packages, both bespoke consultancy and official training.

We are happy to be supporting the following training providers and organisations:

• Cyber Skills Centre (Malvern)
• F1 Computing
• Sense IT Training
• Robust IT Training
• Global Knowledge
• Enlighten-IT
• C2

In addition this, Matthew is pleased to announce the online release of his new Network Security study guide, aimed at learners studying towards the CompTIA Network+ exam, launched earlier this month.

“I am honoured to have the opportunity to help people through this course. The course has changed quite a lot, now including material from the Cisco range as well as more Linux and wireless, plus telecoms engineering concepts”, said Matthew.

We are also working in partnership to produce this content as an e-learning course with Robust IT Training available in November. Copies are available at

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