Oracle Training Available for Facilitators

   

Oracle Training Available for Facilitators
8/14/2013 2:46:14 PM

EAST Facilitators! This training is for you! CSTA Arkansas is pleased to announce free Java training offered by Oracle. This training will consist of six weeks of virtual training and 2 days of on-site training held at UALR.

Virtual Training - April 15 - May 24th and In Class - May 31-June 1, 2013.

New Registration Close: Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Java Fundamentals - 6 weeks virtual training

o Begin on April 15

o Concluding 2-days in class training: May 31 – June 1, 2013 (F, S)

Registration link:https://academy.oracle.com/pages/prog_commit_inst_institute.htm

Select North America as the Region, Java Fundamentals as the Event Type, and April 2013 for the Month and Year.

Teacher Privileges Upon Getting Oracle Academy Certification

(a) Teachers who are certified by Oracle Academy by passing a course can use those resources to teach the course to their students. Teachers can take pieces of the resources, such as videos, as integrate those resources into their teaching materials or they can use an entire Oracle Academy course.

(b) Teachers may download the Oracle Academy resources such as videos and post those resources to the teacher’s own teaching Internet site, so long as that site is protected from the Internet by password or other means.

(c) Teachers may get a 50% discount on books and other materials published by the Oracle Press.

(d) Through the Oracle Academy Club, students can write Oracle exams to become certified with a 40% discount off the posted costs of the certification exams.

(e) Once a teacher is certified by Oracle Academy, they may use that certification to teach Oracle courses at any school that they later teach in.

(f) Oracle Academy schools get a “Welcome Kit” with posters, pens, T-shirts, etc.

(g) Even after completing a course, Oracle coaching remains available to the teachers.

(h) Teachers may set up iLearning accounts for their students, although Bruce recommends that teachers not use data that can later be used to identify the students, such as using aliases.

(i) If teachers give their students a Java Programming account, the students will get access to both the Java Fundamentals and Java Programming materials but not the testing materials

If you have any questions, you may contact the coordinator at Carl.Frank@gmail.com.

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