Many reputable and even some disreputable
companies have created their own internet based training
programs. Remember this is nothing more that the latest
version of something know in the industry as distance
learning - others employ satellite or voice and video
links for real-time interaction. Many universities have
their own sites and as an earlier post mentioned some
firms like Microsoft are giving it away for free as a
value-added service for customers.
>> It does seem like many reputable
companies are excited about this.
reputable companies may be interested, but that doesn't
always translate into $$$, and money is always the
bottomline in a public company.
My opinion was based on the facts alone. Have you
seen there products? I have seen there courses. Last
time I saw them, they were slow. That is not good when
your charging for the time.
Plus, people tend to
go for the free stuff on the internet. Do you really
think a business would tie up there system trying to
run one of there courses?
>>Was your contribution so great so they HAD to have
gone out of
>>business after they fired you?
I have never been fired by that company. Just
know the facts. Stupid mistakes they've made in the