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On Sun Nov 07 2010 18:18:14 GMT-0800 (PST)  Dave Johnson wrote:
Ian, I wanted to get certified via the "" web-page but alas I cannot. I am in the 
United States. How cam I get certified so I can effectively market LibO here in the United States? I want to 
offer training and support to my customers.

What can I do?

Good luck. I have been looking for something like this for over a year. I found several web site that offer "Training" but none seem to have any type of requirements that can be measured. I even joined the OOo Certification project but all I have seen is a lot of talk. From what I have seen the US does not have a national program like the one that is being talked about for the EU. I have not found anything that would give us the same type of system. Mostly it is a "state" thing, not national. Still looking though and will let you know if I find anything useful.


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