It was a very difficult decision, but What The Tech Classroom, (formerly Tom Coyote) decided in the best interest of the classroom, and those who receive training there, that it needed to undergo a much needed renovation. It would simply be too difficult to try and keep it open as everything was being moved around, practice logs updated, etc. Closing it also allows the teachers time to focus on the renovation work.
The classroom closed on October, 1 2007. The estimate is that it will take approximately six weeks-2 months to complete the work.
WTT administration and teachers do not want, or expect anyone to put their training on hold.
Malware Removal University, and GeekU have both graciously offered to accept classroom students. Interested people should apply to one only.
lol, should have put a little more thought into it, you think?! Applied under infested! !!! but i can't study until i have rid my own computer of spyware, which makes plenty of sense. I'll wait for them to contact me and tell me that in apersonal email, and then reapply when my computer is sorted out....under a better user-name.
I'm thinking of applying to one of the teacher sites, mainly since I have received help here (in the process of cleaning my laptop) and I would like to think I can give back something for what I have received.
Can someone give me an insight as to what is involved with a 'course'. More than just saying its hard work, how is the teaching performed etc etc is it all hands on or is it more reading reading reading?