Amazon Web Services training courses
QA is the most experienced authorised training provider for AWS in the UK, offering courses and certifications to keep you up to date with all of the latest technologies and developments.
Build your cloud skills with digital training by AWS.
Optimise functionality of AWS and learn best practices.
Get an introduction to core AWS products, services and solutions.
Boost your credibility and expertise with AWS certification.
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we offer the UK's widest and most up-to-date range of AWS courses
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We've trained 30 employees in Architecting on AWS with QA. The training environment has been consistently impressive - QA have delivered a first-class service to arrange this collaborative initiative.
Yes – QA deliver onsite training and also provide the option for you to ‘Attend from Anywhere’. For onsite courses we can certainly come to your offices, since all you need is internet access and a modern web browser. If you want to attend the Developer course you will need either Visual Studio or Eclipse.
The introductory-level courses in each track align to the Associate level certification exams, and the Advanced level courses align to the Professional level certification exams. QA courses do prepare you for the exams, but are not designed as a "teach to test" format. Our trainers provide hands-on material that allows you to apply the knowledge and skills to your work environment.
Of course! A significant number of our customers mix and match courses from different tracks. Combining the Architecting and System Operations courses is particularly popular, because it gives a high-level architectural overview of the services along with detailed knowledge of the day-to-day operational skills.
Definitely. All courses, even the one-day Essentials course, involve multiple hands-on lab sessions.
No – we provide access to a temporary AWS account for the duration of the course. This allows you to experiment safely with AWS, without the potential risk of damaging your own resources.
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