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Am looking for a programming course by distance learning. Preferably Java. Can anyone give any recommendations?

Hi Bill, There are some options out there, am outlining 2 of these. First is Fitzwilliam Institute which offer a Java course by distance learning, from what I could see it's ICM certified - so this might not be recognised as well as some other national qualifications - Dorset College also offer a Java course by blended learning called Java SE 7 Programmer 1 - Learners have 6 Months to complete this course. Participants can start at any time of the year. It's mentor supported. Course fees are presently (October 2014) 485 euros which is a good price. Exam Fees are not included in this. More details of this course can be viewed at http://www.findacourse.ie/oracle-certified-professional-c7148.html







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