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Acquia Drupal Training in India

This is a time of great global growth in the Acquia & Drupal training world.

As Director of Learning Services, I get to work with Acquia partners around the world on the shared goal of training more Drupal developers, designers and users. On this, the eve of the London DrupalCon, where I'll be meeting some of our European partners face to face, I am pleased to share that our training efforts are reaching even further than Europe.

Specifically, I am pleased and excited to announce the first public Acquia Drupal training courses in India!

Our training partner Srijan will be holding a "Drupal 7 in a Day" course on September 10th in their training facility in Gurgaon. This is the first of many public courses we will be announcing in India over the next few weeks, so please continue to check our training events listing page for more training events in India. We'll be announcing more events in Gurgaon, as well as events in Dharamsala.

In other global growth news for Drupal training, this past week I've been speaking with potential training partners in Japan, South Africa, Spain, Portugal, and some areas of the USA where we don't yet have local training partners. So if we don't yet offer a course near you, we will soon!

This is on TOP of the fabulous spread of courses already posted including offerings by PreviousNext in Australia, i-Kos in the UK, InTradeSys in Germany, Dataflow in Belgium, northStudio in Canada, Linalis in France, and additional events by other partners all across the USA.

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