I should have pointed out - this guys is a Windows user (of course), and is also
*only* interested in doing a course - I'd teach him myself but he wants the
certificate at the end of the course - this is one of the main reasons he's
> -----Original Message-----
> From: webdev-admin at linux.ie [mailto:webdev-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> Anton Mc Kee
> Sent: 16 June 2000 10:44
> To: webdev at linux.ie> Subject: RE: [Webdev] Non-proprietry web training...
> > A friend of mine is looking at doing a course on the internet /
> > web design. He's
> > currently looking at http://www.interactive-avenue.ie. The first
> > thing I saw ......
>> Totally agree althought Dreamweaver is much better a site management, you
> still can beet Pico!
>> > I would like to recommend a course to him, that would cover the
> > Internet and the .....................
>> I am looking for one too but as yet I still have not found one. Although I
> could suggest http://www.iact.ie the may have something but they will
> probally start with DreamWeaver as well, but their courses are quite good.
> If he jsut needs to learn the basics (And I thought I'd never say this!) But
> there are some excellent websites with all the references. But don't get him
> to read HOWTO's or manuals as they can be daunting. Perhaps as part of web
> dev we could come up with a few tutorials someday and post them. Maybee set
> him a few questions after a week of studiny it. But this depends on how much
> of a good friend he is or not.
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