Catalog Updates: Course Revisions and Discontinuations

Our catalog is constantly changing and that’s a good thing! Please read below for more information on the upcoming catalog changes.

 

Advanced Career Training

The following courses will be retired on August 27, 2019:

  • Mastering Project Management with Microsoft Project 2016 (Software Included) (GES279)
  • The Complete Project Manager with Microsoft Project 2016 (Software Included) (GES280)

Why are these courses being retired?

We can no longer source inventory for Microsoft Project 2016, so we need to retire courses that include this software.

Will these courses be replaced?

Yes. We will launch new titles that include Microsoft Project 2019 on August 27, 2019.

 


The following courses will be retired on September 12, 2019:

  • Microsoft Access 2010 Certification Training (GES831)

Why is course being retired?

This course will be retired due to outdated content.

Will this course be replaced?

No. However, we currently offer several newer Microsoft Access Certification Training titles, including: 

  • Microsoft Access 2019 Certification Training (GES884)
  • Microsoft Access 2016 Certification Training (GES865)
  • Microsoft Access 2016 Certification Training (Voucher Included) (GES874)

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  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Windows 7 (GES836)

Why is course being retired?

This course will be retired due to outdated content.

Will this course be replaced?

Not at this time.

 


The following course will be retired on November 12, 2019:

  • Webmaster (GES308)

Why is course being retired?

This course will be retired due to outdated content.

Will this course be replaced?

Yes. We will launch a similar title, Front-End Web Developer, on September 3, 2019.


 

Fundamentals

The following course will be updated on September 17, 2019:

  • Accounting with Excel Suite (B9093)

How will this course change?

The title of this course will be changed from “Accounting with Excel Suite” to “Accounting with Excel 2016 Suite.” 

Why is this course changing?

We recently launched “Accounting with Excel 2019 Suite,” so we are adding the software year to the older title to easily differentiate between the two courses.


What Students Need to Do:

Students currently enrolled in these courses will able to finish their course with no change to the curriculum.

What Partners Need to Do:

You do not need to take any action as these changes will be reflected in your catalog automatically.

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