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Learn CCNA From Trained Professionals of AICT

CCNA is an abbreviation for Cisco Certified Network Associate and is one of the most popular certifications offered by CISCO. This course helps an individual learn the networking basics and the configuration of the networks. 275 more words


Not guilty plea over incorrect fire certifications

DES MOINES, Iowa – The man at the center of an alleged scandal affecting hundreds of Iowa firefighters is pleading not guilty.

49-year-old John McPhee is charged with felonious conduct in office and two counts of tampering with records.  64 more words


Drive Your Career To New Heights With MOS Certification

MOS refers to Microsoft Office Specialization is the certification issued by Microsoft for successfully completing its online exams listed under this category. MOS certification tests the candidate’s expertise in Microsoft Office products.  The MOS exams are available for 2007…

Set Yourself Apart - Certified Remodeler Is One Way

My husband, Bill and I have been doing residential remodels since 1990. We became NARI members in 1999 and became actively involved in the Idaho chapter shortly thereafter. 367 more words


AWS Developer Cert Prep Part 6: Serverless Architectures with DynamoDB & Kinesis

This is the next lab in the series where we take a cursory look at using DynamoDB and Kinesis with Lambda.

I recorded this lab so that others might experience it in a more passive way if they so chose. 65 more words


New Yoga Teacher: Diversifying the Revenue Stream

But then I wondered….. “ok, now what?” A million ideas and no idea how to truly start any of them. My practical brain always seems to bring my feet rocketing straight back down to the ground whenever my dreamy brain starts to inflate.

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Marijuana University - All Access Pass

Do you want to be the smartest cannabis expert?

Here are some advanced training that will take your cannabis skills to the next level!

Get access to our entire education library so you will have… 520 more words