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ARM approves Feabhas as training centre

Embedded training specialist Feabhas has been appointed an ARM Approved training centre. The move will allow the company to deliver ARM's software course portfolio and to offer embedded software training for the ARM Cortex architecture.

Niall Cooling, Feabhas' ceo, said: "We are delighted that our knowledge and training skills have been recognised by the world's leading semiconductor IP supplier. Software plays such a critical role in modern embedded systems and being able to align Feabhas courses with the ARM Cortex architecture is of huge benefit to the embedded software engineers we teach."
Chris Shore, Training Manager, ARM continues "We are pleased that Feabhas will be joining our growing network of worldwide training partners. Its course portfolio, alongside its emphasis on embedded software, is an excellent match for ARM training initiatives. Most importantly, the increased availability of high-quality ARM training will be of great benefit to organizations and engineers alike throughout the ARM community."
ARM specific courses will be clearly labelled as such and Feabhas will continue to run vendor independent courses for which they are renowned. Many of these embedded software courses use target hardware in the classroom and all target hardware boards have an ARM core.

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Graham Pitcher

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