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AN INFORMATION technology course in Rugby is aiming to help fill the acute shortage of trained web engineers in Coventry.

Starting next week courses to train people as internet and intranet engineers will be available at Warwickshire College's Rugby Centre.

Run by the internationally acclaimed CISCO Academy, the courses are designed to help meet the acute shortage of trained internet and intranet engineers currently needed to maintain and develop the increasing numbers of local web sites and incorporating Broadband internet technology.

Cisco Academy Instructor Rajinder Uppal said: "The CISCO programme takes place over two years and runs on a part-time day or evening basis.

"The course can lead to career roles including network, internet, intranet, IT support and consultant.

"Training is a mixture of lectures and practical experience using CISCO computer-based learning packages.

"Although an IT career background is an advantage, this course is also suitable for people with a basic understanding of IT."

The CISCO Academy at Warwickshire College's Rugby centre has been running successfully since 2001 and the CISCO CCNA course is funded by the Learning and Skills Council.

For more information on the CISCO CCNA Networking course, contact Cisco Academy Instructor Rajinder Uppal on 01788 338503 or email
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Sep 4, 2003
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