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A Geeks Guide 2 Premium Microsoft TrainingGeeks Guide2 This week we're offering Reg readers the chance to save £283.50 and receive a £250 book voucher as a thank you for ordering with us.

In January there was a great reception to our introductory offer on Microsoft Training 365 subscriptions. Regrettably this offer was strictly time limited and ended in February. However, we've been able to pull some strings and we can now offer the cream of Microsoft Training 365 subscriptions, the Premium edition (worth over £1,200), at just a few pennies over £949 - saving you £283.50. We're also throwing in a £250 book voucher when you buy a Premium subscription - you can redeem it against your Reg Books orders until 31 December 2010.

Microsoft Training 365 Premium Subscription

Microsoft Training 365 Premium Subscription

The Microsoft Training 365 Premium Subscription is the largest and most valuable Microsoft Training 365 package available. As a subscriber you can enrol on every official Microsoft online course available - around 1,650 - and access all the new courses as they arrive. That's thousands of hours of authentic IT pro, developer and home and business training on Microsoft technologies for 12 months for just £949.08. There is a full list of the courses on our website.

It's not just about quantity but the quality

So as a subscriber you get over 1,650 courses, but are they any good? Each course is official and developed by Microsoft experts. The majority of the courses you care about (ie IT pro and developer) come complete with Virtual Labs, which provides you with a secure networked environment to practice your skills without having to worry if you screw something up. Many courses also map to various Microsoft certification paths and provide a comprehensive study tool when getting ready for your exams.

The courses are accessible 24x7 anywhere in the world and come with all the other things you'd expect from a good online course, like audio narration, interactive exercises and robust assessment tools. You can also download the courses to your local machine so you can use them offline.

You can get more information on the features and benefits of Microsoft Training 365 at the Register Books website.

A word about the £250 book voucher

Order a Premium subscription from Register Books and we'll throw in a book voucher worth £250. The voucher can be redeemed against any book orders (every book stocked is eligible) at Register Books until 31 December 2010. You don't have to spend it all in one go, so feel free to spread it across multiple orders throughout the year. Oh and it pays for your delivery too (hint: UK delivery is free on orders over £25). Read the full terms and conditions for more information.

Order now at Reg Books

So if you didn't catch the last offer you can buy the Microsoft Training 365 Premium Subscription for £949.08 until 7 May 2010 - saving you £283.50 on the list price. You will also receive a £250 book voucher absolutely free.

Remember, we stock over 12,000 computer books and many are discounted over 30 per cent. Orders are usually dispatched same working day and we offer free UK delivery on orders over £25.

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