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QA-IQ expands Oracle offering

QA-IQ, an Oracle Approved Education Centre, has announced the expansion of its Oracle training offering. The company has increased the number of Oracle approved training centres and is offering a wider range of Oracle courses.

QA-IQ says its centres in London, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Swindon and Aberdeen are now all authorised to hold accredited Oracle courses.

UK channel business manager at Oracle, Maggie Meaton, said: "We are delighted that Oracle and QA-IQ customers can enjoy greater convenience and availability for Oracle approved training. It is our priority to ensure that Oracle customers have the skills they need to get the most from their Oracle technology and QA-IQ is working with us to develop this customer capability."

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