On Sun Nov 07 2010 19:28:29 GMT-0800 (PST) Marc Paré wrote:
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."
A couple of key points, 1) viable business plan 2) country. In this
case is a contradiction.
BTW .. if you would like to see an example of courses offered for OOo go
here: http://theingots.org/courses/course/category.php?id=3 . If you are
asked to login, just login as guest. Choose Introduction to
OpenOffice.org 2 for Win and Linxu
The lesson outline looks good, would not take much to update for 3.2 or
3.3. The problem is that would good would their certificate do someone
in the US, I have no idea how it may work for you.
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