Training Classes in other tongues
Do we train in Finnish or in French, in Dutch or Danish? No - we don't, but many technical people in Finland and France, in the Netherlands and Denmark have English as an excellent second language and can gainfully take our courses - especially those courses which are so niche that there is no alternative available in their first tongue.
I receive a regular 'spam' telling me that my site is not well seen by foreign language search engines, and I acknowledge what it's telling me. But to some extent that's how I want it to be; little point in building up a market for training in, say, Urdu if we can't deliver a course in that language. Yet I WOULD like to reach people who have good English, and who live in our European proximity. I have rationalised that down to adding pages to our site in the main languages of countries that are close to us, with a note on these pages indicating that they're about public courses presented in English, but with the ability (through a translator) to give the course successfully in Spanish or another language. And I have rationalised that I would be pressing the case too far to support languages from further afield, or minority UK languages (on the grounds that people in the UK would be searching in English!)
Here are some links to those pages ...
English French Spanish Italian German Portugese Dutch Daninsh Norwegian Swedish Finnish
, norvegese, svedese e finlandese
og finsk (written 2009-08-10, updated 2009-08-12)
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Training comparison to QA Training, Learning Tree, GB Direct. - (2010-01-02) 
Holt on holt - (2008-09-29) 
Effective Java training - the bootcamp approach - (2007-12-09) 
Interactive training, and advancing techniques further - (2007-12-05) 
The Learning Perl crew, October 2007 - (2007-11-03) 
One computer per delegate, or pair programming? - (2007-09-23) 
Ensuring that our tutor answers YOUR questions - (2007-06-25) 
Longer hours and better value courses - (2007-01-15) 
Architectural Heritage - Devizes - (2006-04-04) 
Training Centre Pictures - (2006-03-09) 
Features and Benefits - (2006-01-20) 
A Stengthening day - (2005-10-04) 
The evening after the course - (2005-06-09) 
Course Picture - (2005-04-09) 
Dress Code - (2004-09-20)
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