General Linux Training

Daniel teletautala at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 15:53:54 MST 2007


We welcome more suggestions.  We will make our decision Tuesday or
Wednesday of next week (03/13, 03/14).  We really appreciate all you
have done.  Our eyes have been opened to several possibilities.

Thank you,
-Daniel

On 3/9/07, Andrew Jorgensen <andrew.jorgensen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/7/07, Daniel <teletautala at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am the Webmaster for the Alpine School District.  Our technology
> > department is looking at getting basic Linux training.  We are looking
> > at training 30 people on-site.  All will have laptops.  Some attendees
> > will not have any prior Linux knowledge.  We are looking to install an
> > OS (Red Hat, Suse or Ubuntu), and have Linux basics taught in a 1 day
> > training session with the possibility of others in the future.  We are
> > looking for quotes for teachers.  We are already looking at Guru Labs
> > and Novell.  Does anyone know of any other reputable companies with
> > whom we can contract to do the training?
>
> Mountainland Applied Technology College
> http://www.mountainlandatc.org/ probably has someone who can teach the
> course.  They are owned by the state and given that Alpine School
> District is also owned by the state there may be a fiscally
> conservative deal in there somewhere.
>
> I haven't taken any technology courses from them so I can't vouch in
> that way but the one business-related course I took at work was pretty
> good.
>
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