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I do technical training and courseware development. I also document some
software and procedures.
Unfortunately, most of the active training lists I read are dominated by
"soft skills" trainers and developers. I do not know of any lists for tech
trainers or where tech trainers do most of the contributing.
> was wondering if there are any TWs out there who serve as technical
> in their positions? I've been a Technical Communicator/Writer for over
> years, and in my current position I am the corporate software trainer in
> addition to documenting for IT. Does anyone know of a listserv for
> technical trainers?
John McDermott, CPLP, CCP
Writer, Educator, Consultant
jjm at jkintl.com www.jkintl.com
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