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Subject:Post this please! (fwd) From:Frederick Falk <ftf -at- ABMDATA -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 27 Mar 1996 08:08:27 -0600
> Howdy, Techwirlers:
> I have seen a number of requests for training on
> the list. If you can travel, definately try Dallas
> or Austin.
> Frame is both places, Ileaf in Dallas. I have heard
> of HTML and Lotus Notes classes here. There are many of
> others as well.
> Expect to pay $300 to $375 per day (last thing I heard).
> Also, some of the teachers will fly to you (worth it if
> you have bigger groups). I have not had training for about
> three years, but I have talked to those who have (mostly
> high level writers). Most think it is worth it.
> Feel free to write me and I will see what I can find out
> for you.
> Awhile back, I heard the local STC was trying to set Austin
> up as the tech writing capitol of the world. I do not know
> if they succeeded, but we do have a very high per capita of
> tech writers. Therefore, we have alot of support for tech
> Hope it helps,
> Melonie R. Holliman | ABM Data Systems, Inc.
> Technical Writer | 9020 Cap of Tx Hwy, Ste 540
> mrh -at- abmdata -dot- com | Austin, TX 78759
> --------------------Gig'm Aggies!---------------------------
> The views and opinions expressed here are strictly my own and
> do not reflect ABM policy or opinions!!
I am posting this for a co-worker so please send any personel
replies to her and not me. Thanks.
Frederick "Magic Fingers" Falk
ftf -at- abmdata -dot- com
Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge,
but he who hates correction is stupid. Proverbs 12:1