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I was recently approached by a client who wishes to give a one-day,
8-hour seminar to his clients about basic PC and Networking concepts.
He's asked me to develop the course for him based on an outline of
topics that he'd like to cover.
What kinds of deliverables would such a project include? I've
considered some form of lesson plan, handouts, and "take-away" items,
but haven't ever "designed" a course before. This is for a small
company and will be delivered to about four to ten students per
Any resources for templates for this sort of thing? Or for pricing out
the effort of developing such a course?
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