Sept 18th - DB2 z/OS V8 Certification Class Coming to Central PA DB2 Users Group

Cathy Peck

Sept 18th - DB2 z/OS V8 Certification Class Coming to Central PA DB2 Users Group

Hi all. I wanted to make you aware of a training opportunity that is coming
to town later this fall! We will be hosting Susan Lawson of YL&A, who is
the DB2 zOS V8 Cert Class instructor. The class abstract is listed below.
You can also locate it on our PA DB2 User Group Website at
http://www.db2parug.org. If you are interested in attending, please let me
know so I can put you on the roster. I'm also investigating the
'possibility' of providing testing vouchers to those interested in taking
the cert test after completing the class. Not sure yet if I can make that
happen though.... So stay tuned on if I can make that a reality. Tks all!
Seeya



DB2 for z/OS V8 DBA Certification Crammer Course
Taught By Susan Lawson, Yevich, Lawson and Associates
Sponsored By The Central PA DB2 Users Group
September 18th, 2006


Registration: $200, Contact [login to unmask email] or 717-302-1723 to
register!
Directions: Available via the Central PA DB2 User Group Website at:
http://www.db2parug.org.
Platform: DB2 UDB for z/OS


Full Abstract:
This high-level certification preparation seminar is offered to help you
take the DB2 V8 Family Fundamentals exam and the DB2 UDB for z/OS V8
Database Administration exam. Passing of these exams will result in
certification as an IBM Certified Solutions Expert - DB2 UDB for Z/OS V8
Database Administration. Participants are expected to have fundamental
knowledge of relational principles in addition to applied working knowledge
of DB2 for z/OS V7 and basic knowledge of V8 features. This will be a
lecture-only class with no labs.

This session offers an intense, overall review of those areas that will be
on the certification exams (both the 700 – Family Fundamentals and the 702
– DB2 z/OS), providing a comprehensive review for those planning on taking
the certification exams to become an IBM Certified Solutions Expert - DB2
UDB for z/OS