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CA appoints Eagle Education

CA appoints Eagle Education

Wellington, 17 November 2006 – Information technology management software company CA has appointed Eagle Education as its New Zealand education partner. Eagle Education will provide a comprehensive schedule of courses for CA products as well as providing courses on request.

Eagle Education national sales account manager Chris Blockley says CA courses will be offered at Eagle Education’s training facilities in Auckland and Wellington. “CA has developed numerous courses to educate administrators and end users across their broad range of offerings. We will use CA instructors teaching from CA course manuals.”

Eagle Education is an independent training provider and has been the only authorised Sun Microsystems training partner in New Zealand since 2004.

“This new partnership gives CA clients the opportunity to train their staff across a range of courses, without having to leave the country,” says Mr Blockley.

CA New Zealand country manager Stuart Preston says Eagle Education is experienced and expert at delivering and marketing training courses.

“We see that this partnership will provide structured CA training and education in New Zealand.”

Eagle Education is a subsidiary of Eagle Technology Group Ltd and was established in 2004 to provide independent IT training to the New Zealand information technology community.


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