jonjermey at optusnet.com.au
Sun Feb 21 17:27:23 EST 2010
Thanks. Yes, I have a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and
Assessment, and more than 20 years' experience teaching Windows and DOS.
I do other work part-time as well so I'm hoping to build this up
gradually if possible.
Jack McCaw wrote:
> Hi all,
> nice idea, and something that I have been wondering about for some time.
> I will be pointing as many people as I can in your direction. Get out into the forums, the educational areas (universities and so on) for the one on one personal tutoring. It is a service that has not been properly offered in Australia for the Linux community and it is going to be lucrative - especially for those 1st year compsci students who suddenly discover the requirement to learn unix-type OS, and are all at sea. (See it at UNE with the international students a lot).
> Please; get stuck into this. I wish you well in selling your services. (Have you got CertIV in workplace Training and Assesment yet. If not GET IT!!!)
> I think dropping a line to all the Australian linux mags, user groups and so on may attract more work for you than you can handle!
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