Register now for the first SBS 2008 / EBS 2008 Hands-on labs

After much planning & taking into account the feedback from the SMB Servers pre-day at TechEd, I’m happy to announce the first round of SBS / EBS hands-on labs has been released:

Microsoft Australia has subsidised these sessions, dates & cities below. Cost is $399 for 2 full days of training & with limited spots available before Christmas I urge you to sign-up today.

They will be delivered by experienced Excom instructors & Wayne Small will be conducting a week long train-the-trainer event in late October to ensure they’re up to speed on the latest curriculum from Corp. He’s been in Seattle for the past 3 weeks boning up on the same content that our product support teams goes though & so hopefully the content delivered at these sessions will be at the level you need.

Wayne & I will be also be coming to each capital city in November (mostly but not always co-inciding with the SBS user group meeting) & so watch this space for details. We’ll also soon provide an update on all the self-paced, online training that’s coming down the pipe.

Cheers & please let me know if you have any troubles signing up.


PS – these are just the first batch of HOLs – many more in 2009!



Small Business Server 2008 locations

Sydney – 3 sessions 2nd – 3rd December
  8th – 9th December
  11th – 12th December
Melbourne – 3 sessions 13th – 14th November
  25th – 26th November
  2nd – 3rd December
Brisbane – 3 sessions 2nd – 3rd December
  15th – 16th December
  18th – 19th December
Perth  – 1 session 2nd – 3rd December
Adelaide – 1 session 2nd – 3rd December
Canberra – 1 session 27th – 28th November


Essential Business Server 2008 locations

Sydney 4th – 5th December
Melbourne 4th – 5th December
Brisbane 4th – 5th December
Perth 4th – 5th December
Adelaide 4th – 5th December
Canberra 4th – 5th December
Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous says:

    They’ve only been live for a couple of days however the first round of SBS 2008 & EBS 2008 hands-on

  2. Anonymous says:

    Guest post from the Aussie SBSC PAL – Hilton Travis. See post 1 here and 2 here . Enjoy.   Well,

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