April 21, 2007
The thing we all need to know in this brave new job world is that we have to be continually increasing our skills and level of training. No longer does economic success depend upon position, class or background, it's the skills that you carry in your head that determine how well you're going to do.
With this in mind you'll want to check out what PrepLogic can do for you. It offers a series of classes, courses and programs that will prepare you for the various certifications that you need to get ahead in hte world of computers and programming. Downloaded over the internet, you'll be able to work at your own speed to such things as Java Certification.
There's a seriesof free tests and intorductory programs and also great savings to be had when you sign up. Well worth taking a look at.
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I am currently working with Preplogic for CompTIA A+. The training and practice exams seem to be very helpful thus far. I'm glad for this because I spent considerable time searching for a good training method before I found Preplogic. I knew that I wouldn't have the motivation to succeed if I just tried to sit down with a big thick book. I also don't have time to go to school at a classroom (who does?) Preplogic is really the best option that I could find that fits my situation.
The instructor on the A+ video is very knowledgeable and somewhat animated. This helps to keep things interesting because the video itself covers a lot of material and it is many hours long
You can tell that the instructor is an industry expert because he gives real world examples and shortcuts that the pros use. He doesn't just teach to the test, which is a complaint I hear about a lot of the other training products.
Now I also got the A+ mega guide from preplogic and it's a more portable option. I can take it with me wherever I go and when I get a moment or two I can go over the material. The audio training is a godsend. I spend an hour every day going to work and now i can actually be productive instead of just listening to morning radio.
Posted by: Jon | Sep 29, 2009 4:18:36 PM