A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a holiday was established that has changed the landscape of the entire universe. Celebrated by everyone from Wookiee to Nerf, Ewok to Jawa, dark side of the force to the light, May the 4th is a day where we all stop, observe and agree on one thing — Star Wars is Awesome.
May the 4th is a day where fans of Star Wars geek out in any way they can, whether it’s through a movie marathon, drinking Yoda Soda or filming an epic choreographed lightsaber battle fans try all they can to understand the ways of the force.
The great Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi once said, “The Force is what gives a Jedi his power. It's an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together." When harnessed, the Force can yield a number of useful powers. These powers include the ability to manipulate objects, sense danger and control the minds of the weak. One must be sensitive to the Force, and go through aggressive training, to gain control of these powers.
Jedi training is not much different than IT certification training, really. It takes hard work and a great amount of focus to become the best. It’s no wonder that TestOut, a provider of premium IT certification training, would chose this holiday to unveil its new free trial program.
So for all of you anxious Padawan learners out there, here are the free trial details: Right now you can sign up for a seven-day free trial of any single course of your choice. At the end of your seven-day trial, you will automatically be enrolled into TestOut Continuing Education's monthly subscription plan. We offer peace of mind (very important to any prospective Jedi) purchasing, which means you can cancel anytime through your personal billing portal, or by contacting a member of our staff through live chat, phone call or e-mail.
With the right training, you can become an IT master, and now TestOut is giving you the chance to see if its training is for you. Get a free lesson in the force, and start your seven-day free trial today.
About the Author — Jake Slater is the social media manager for GoCertify and a graduate of Brigham Young University. "Jedi" Jake Slater is still mad about Darth Maul. And Jar-Jar.
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