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Old September 10th, 2005, 10:48 PM
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Hi there

My company is willing to pay for me to go on training. I need to be very good with Oracle. I need to have advanced knowledge. Where can I get training? Can someone point me in the right direction? I need this information urgently. For now I'll stick to the States and England. Anywhere in those 2 countries. Thanks for the help in advance.

 
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Hello,
  First, you should choose which field of Oracle study are you taking. Oracle offers a wide variety of study, to mention a few (Database Administration, Application Development, Database Management, and more...)

 You can visit your nearest Oracle Training Center for more information, http://education.oracle.com/web_prod...ce_call=global

 Good luck.

 
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which company are you working for ?? could tell me ok?



It is a kidding !! haha






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