IT Instructor reviewed uCertify Microsoft SQL Server 2012 course

Charlotte A. McKenzie has 43+ years experience in the Information Technology Domain and is currently working as IT instructor at  DeVry University. She has extensive experience working in the full development and delivery lifecycle for course production served as an online and classroom instructor, counselor, tutor and Instructional Designer in the area of Information Systems with a special focus on database management systems. Also, she possesses extensive experience as an Account Sales Executive, Project Manager, Business Development Manager and Corporate Trainer in the database management systems software industry. She has successfully qualified many IT certification exam, namely: Teaching Complex Topics, ITIL Foundation Certification in Service Management, Professional Scrum Master I, PMI-ACP, CPLP, Certified Professional in Learning and Performance.

She recently accessed our Microsoft SQL Server 2012 course and has provided the following feedback, that we are more than happy to share:

“uCertify has an extensive range of courses. I have reviewed Microsoft SQL Server 2012 course and it was an outstanding choice I made. This course is comprehensive in terms of content, addressing just about every possible detail. Additionally, the course is designed to address every learning style for visual learners, audio learners, and kinesthetic for hands-on learners.  The flash cards made it easy to focus on key terms and concepts and live labs provide real-world practice. The videos are a bonus and a picture is worth 1000 words! I thoroughly enjoyed this comprehensive learning experience.”

 We are working on all the areas of improvement mentioned by her to provide a better user experience. You can check out the complete post here. To know more about Charlotte A. McKenzie, you can contact via her Linkedin profile.

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