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    Parasol Training

    I'm very tempted by the Parasol training website http://parasoltraining.com/

    £250 gets you 12 months access to all of their courses and since i'm out of work at the moment i've got plenty of time to get myself certified (MCDBA hopefully) - although i will have to go elsewhere for the actual exams.

    Has anyone here had any experience with this type of course? Could you recommend this or do you advise to stay well clear?

    Cheers
    Coffee's for closers

    #2
    I see they have a course on Sexual Harassment. Might give that a go and see if I can learn any new tricks.

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      #3
      What's up DP

      Originally posted by DimPrawn
      I see they have a course on Sexual Harassment. Might give that a go and see if I can learn any new tricks.

      Did Alexei's training in this field not work out for you?
      Why not?

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        #4
        nothing constuctive then?

        I might as well sign up and let you know how i get on with it
        Coffee's for closers

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          #5
          can this sort of thing be claimed as a legitimate business expense ??????

          also things like oreilly's safari ????

          I believe the wording for legitimate training expense says something about it directly relating to your job ... eg. as part of your job you produce documentation so a Word course would be okay, but if you're a lorry driver a Word course would not be ...

          does this mean that as a "developer" - working on a say SQL Server project - a SQL Server course is okay - but an Oracle course isn't???????????

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            #6
            I have used it (and paid for it through payroll) and worked well. I also got the Instant Mentoring which was handy with one particular interview research

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              #7
              I'm not working yet so the whole thing will have to come out of my own pocket

              Thanks for the feedback though... going to order now
              Coffee's for closers

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                #8
                I need a course on how to

                1) take lots of money from stupid people.


                I think NewLabour have mastered that one big time.

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