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Tuesday 16 November, 2004 (12:52PM GMT)

Through Vivabit Ltd, I'll be giving a few public training courses in a swanky central London training centre in January.

If you've ever wanted to learn the ins and outs of best-practices, the real nitty-gritty detail of web standards and accessibility and you (or more likely your company) want to invest a little bit of cash in some bloody good, mind-expanding training from a web professional who really knows what he's talking about and how to talk about it, then this is the training you've been looking for, my friend.

On 18th January, I'll be teaching the "XHTML and CSS" course which is for those who already have some HTML experience and covers how best to put together a web page - structuring it with (X)HTML and presenting it with CSS, ranging from the basics of text and links through to table-free design and accommodating multi-media.

The next week, on the 25th January, I'll be teaching the "Accessibility" course, which goes through the practical problems faced by disabled web users, industry (WAI) and legal (DDA) guidelines and then goes on to explain how you can build web pages so that they are accessible to all.

The courses last for one day, cost £395 per person per course (or £695 for both courses) and are limited to a mere handful of trainees to ensure everyone gets adequate attention. So if you want it, I suggest you get in there fast.

If you're not convinced, there's more detail of the courses on the Vivabit website and if you're still not convinced, just drop me a line for more info.

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