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The Coronavirus situation has lead us to suspend public training - which was on the cards anyway, with no plans to resume

Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc
Happily continuing private consultancy / programming work
 
Good value, low cost, cheap.

"Do you mean that's the price for the whole four days"?

A question I was asked yesterday ... from an enquirer who had thought he was being quoted a daily rate, and had just realised that the figure was being quoted for four complete days of training for him.

To be fair, he wasn't comparing Apples with Apples - rather he was comparing an Apple with something much bigger - perhaps a large watermelon. He had been set the task of sourcing a private PHP course and the costs he had been finding (from us and perhaps from others) had been uneconomic for his one-or-two-person group.

If required, we can run tiny private courses, but if you have just one or two trainees, please consider our public courses - the big expense in running a course is in the provision of a tutor and you can benefit greatly by sharing the cost. If you're working with PHP (or Python, Tcl, or Perl) as part of a small group of one or two, a public course gives you other benefits too - the ability to meet other trainees and learn from them as to their use of the technology too, and the chance to get away from the office and learn in a conducive environment.

Still think you need a private course for your tiny group because your need is just SO specialist? If that's the case, we'll add an extra day onto your course to cover those ultra-niche topics, and we'll only charge you at our good value public course rates.
(written 2004-10-27, updated 2012-11-04)

 
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