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Content Management Systems (CMS) for Web Sites Are Focus of New Course from Learning Tree.

RESTON, Va. -- Learning Tree International (NASDAQ NM: LTRE) has added a new course to its Web Development and Web Services curriculum entitled Content Management Systems for Web Sites: Hands-On. During the 3-day course, an expert instructor will lead participants in extensive exercises for the purpose of providing practical experience creating and implementing a Content Management System (CMS) solution.

Attendees will also receive instruction in how to...

--Install and configure a CMS site foundation

--Develop a site layout using templates, menus and content pages

--Secure a CMS by creating users and assigning roles

--Publish informational content using database-driven plug-in modules

--Support collaborative online communities

"This course offers professionals the opportunity to acquire the practical knowledge and skills necessary to successfully implement CMS solutions within their organizations," said Jennifer Urick, Vice President of Product Development for Learning Tree International.

Content Management Systems for Web Sites: Hands-On is valuable for those involved in the evaluation, planning, designing or implementation of a CMS-driven Web site.

Content Management Systems for Web Sites: Hands-On augments existing Learning Tree courses, including PHP for Web Development: Hands-On, MySQL Development and Administration: Hands-On, Developing ASP.NET 2.0 Web Applications: Hands-On, ASP.NET 1.1: A Hands-On Introduction, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for Web Page Development, Writing for the Web: Skills for Developing Compelling Content, Microsoft SharePoint Technologies: A Comprehensive Introduction and SQL Server 2005 Comprehensive Introduction: Hands-On.

Learning Tree intends to begin presenting Content Management Systems for Web Sites: Hands-On in North America in October 2006 and at its London Education Center in November 2006. The initial course schedule includes...

--Washington, DC (Rockville, MD) - October 25-27, 2006

--London, England - November 22-24, 2006

--Washington, DC (Reston, VA) - December 6-8, 2006

--Washington, DC (Rockville, MD) - December 13-15, 2006

This schedule is subject to change. For further information and the latest course dates and locations, call 1-800-THE-TREE (1-800-843-8733) or visit www.learningtree.com

About Learning Tree International

Learning Tree International is a leading worldwide provider of vendor-independent education and training to IT professionals and managers in business and government organizations. The Company develops, markets and delivers a broad, proprietary library of instructor-led courses focused on Web development, operating systems, programming languages, databases, computer networks, computer and network security, object-oriented technology, applied management, project management and key business skills. The Company also tests and certifies IT and business professionals, and Learning Tree Courses are recommended for college credit by the American Council on Education. In addition, Learning Tree is on the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy National Registry of CPE sponsors and is a Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI). For more information about Learning Tree products and services, call 1-800-THE-TREE (1-800-843-8733), or visit our Web site at www.learningtree.com
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