How Do You Take Technical Courses?


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Participate in technical courses through programs at Stanford University's Stanford Center for Professional Development, Extreme Networks and the National Association of Underwater Instructors. Sign up for the courses either online or by contacting local branches of the institutions with the information provided on their websites

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As of 2015, courses available through the website of the National Association of Underwater Instructors include Cave Diver Levels I and II, Extreme Exposure CCR Mixed Gas Diver, Introduction to Technical Diving, Mixed Gas Blender and O2 Service Tech and Technical Decompression Diver. To take the courses enroll through your local NAUI Technical Training Dive Center or NAUI Technical Instructor. The website has a page for you to search for local diving instructors.

ExtremeEOS Fundamentals, ExtremeEOS Switching and Routing, High Density Environments, Intrusion Prevention System and Network Access Control are among the technical course options from Extreme Networks. Class entries each have a link entitled View Scheduled Classes. Browse through the lists of available classes, and click on the Register buttons next to those that interest you.

Stanford University offers technical certificates and degrees in Management Science & Engineering, Strategic Decision and Risk Management, and other fields. Click on the field links to view the admissions email address.

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