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Le 2010-11-07 21:55, Andy Brown a écrit :
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.


Hi Andy and Dave:

If you read the Ingots FAQ, you will probably find information that will inform you more of their programme.

One of the interesting FAQ states:

"We will support training assessor trainers in any country in the World, normally free of charge if the country demonstrates it has a viable business plan to expand the INGOT programme and will support translation of the web site, certificates and the handbook into their language."

BTW .. if you would like to see an example of courses offered for OOo go here: . If you are asked to login, just login as guest. Choose Introduction to 2 for Win and Linxu


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