Gatlin Education Services Announces New SQL Server 2005 Online Training Course

Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist Program

Megan Keller

May 18, 2008

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Gatlin Education Services announced today the new Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server 2005 online training program is now available for enrollment. The 480-hour course is offered through Gatlin’s partnership with major colleges and universities.


Designed as a comprehensive course, MCTS provides students with thorough knowledge of the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 product as well as an understanding of how to use the Transact-SQL language and how to explore the user interface. MCTS students will also be able to implement and maintain databases using specific instructions and specifications. After successful completion of the course, students will be prepared to pass the MCTS: SQL Server 2005 exam.


“Today’s leading organizations look for qualified professionals who can show their breadth of technology experience,” said Stephen Gatlin, founder of Fort Worth-based Gatlin Education Services. “By being certified as a Microsoft Technology Specialist, you can pursue high-paying careers in many fields like database administration and development or become a business intelligence developer.”


To enroll, visit If you are interested in partnering with Gatlin to offer the new MCTS online program, please fill out the form at and a GES representative will contact you.


Established in 1989 by Stephen Gatlin, Gatlin Education Services is the world’s largest provider of Web-based, instructor-supported training to community colleges and universities. Gatlin’s online career training courses are open enrollment, allowing interested students to start their desired training immediately. Gatlin’s courses are designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional caliber positions for many in-demand occupations.



For basic information on SQL Server 2005, see SQL Server Magazine SQL Server 2005 Is Here.

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