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Instruction Set On the Move; Company Expands Headquarters to New Natick, MA Facility and Opens New Regional Offices.

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NATICK, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 27, 2000

Instruction Set, a leading Education Solutions Provider(TM) (E*SP(TM)), today announced that it has relocated its headquarters to a facility located at One Apple Hill in Natick, Mass. This new space will allow for continued expansion of staff and resources. Instruction Set also has recently opened new regional offices in Austin, Texas, Cleveland, Ohio and Chicago, Illinois, in addition to offices already established in Washington, D.C, Atlanta, Georgia, Raleigh, North Carolina, New York, New York, and Santa Clara, CA.

Instruction Set's success in the education solutions industry is the impetus behind the move. The company is rapidly growing their Web-based and Instructor-led IT training offerings to include technologies such as HTML, Java, and XML. Corporations and individuals use these solutions to further develop their IT skills.

"Companies in the US and abroad continue to turn to Instruction Set to meet their technology training needs so they can more effectively focus on their core business competencies and implement best-of-breed solutions rapidly and cost efficiently", said Beran Peter, Instruction Set CEO. "The move to Apple Hill allows us to better serve our customers and signifies our growth in the emerging e-learning industry."

About Instruction Set, Inc.

Headquartered in Natick, MA, Instruction Set, Inc. is a leading Education Solutions Provider (TM) (E*SP(TM)) offering corporations and individuals integrated learning solutions in the field of information technology. Incorporated in 1993, Instruction Set develops and markets more than 400 stand-alone web-based technical training courses in addition to offering customized, instructor-led technical training curriculums with integrated web-based training support. Instruction Set is uniquely qualified to provide turnkey technical training solutions that require minimal up front investments, are highly scalable and customizable, and deliver a measurable ROI. Instruction Set offers a full set of training solutions and services from needs assessment to curriculum development to hosting and delivery of instructor-led training, web-based training and customized education consulting. Instruction Set's customers include Fortune 1000 companies, emerging corporations and leading dot-com companies such as: Bowstreet, Computer Science Corporation, Critical Path, Gillette, Hewlett-Packard, Kana, Kaplancollege.com, MBNA, Monster.com, Verizon and Vitria Technology.

Additional information about Instruction Set, its products, clients and services can be found at http://www.instructionset.com or by calling 800-874-6738.
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