Fwd: CLP? Novell course 3072
jellyware at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 04:01:56 BST 2007
gonzo education. is that anything like gonzo journalism?
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From: Antonio Candito <blindraven at gmail.com>
Date: Oct 10, 2007 9:39 AM
Subject: Re: CLP? Novell course 3072
To: "njmcmillan at aanet.com.au" <njmcmillan at aanet.com.au>
Cc: ubuntu-au at lists.ubuntu.com
Yep, Granville tafe .http://www.gonzo.edu.au/
On 10/10/07, njmcmillan at aanet.com.au < njmcmillan at aanet.com.au> wrote:
> > On Tue, 2007-10-09 at 12:00 +0100, Antonio Candito wrote:
> >> I've been in contact with Novell regarding a course 3072 " Suse
> >> enterprise server 10 administration." which is a 5 day course which
> >> would pretty much break my budget (I'm pretty sure I cant afford it
> >> anyway, but in case a miracle happens) and am wondering if you have
> >> ever heard of it/taken the course and if it really gave you the tool
> >> to work in the Linux field out in the real world?
> >> Its only a 5 day course and its $3300 which will entitle me to a CLP.
> >> Thoughts?
> > I have investigated similar courses at some local IT training centres.
> > IMHO they are very close to being scam operations. The ones local to me
> > have fees that high merely for a 3 day course on "Introduction to SUSE
> > Enterprise Linux", with the USEFUL courses only becoming available to
> > you after you have done a couple of these useless ones. The
> > advertisements all say "If you don't get a job in IT in 90 days, we'll
> > pay you $2000" - well, the fees suggest to me that NOBODY who does these
> > courses gets a job, and everyone is getting a $2000 refund.
> > I would be very careful before parting with my hard-earned.
> > --
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> G'day all,
> This brings me to a question close to my heart.
> Does anyone, anywhere know of a TAFE /Open Learning institute which offers
> anything in the way of Linux/Open Source Application courses? I tried to
> get my local TAFE interested in Open Office, even did Cert III in IT
> (applications) and CertIV in Training and Assessment.
> The reception was, to say the least, cool.
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When one burns ones bridges, what a very nice fire it makes.
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