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    Morning All

    Thank you for the feedback so far. It is valuable in determining what we should be focusing on.

    sneaki Today, 06:51 Go to last post


    Not all of us are lazy,I am keen to learn but don't have the knowledge (routing especially) of networking accept for the basics.

    All of us is not in the IT trade,some are mechanics,panel beaters...

    sk4ze Yesterday, 21:54 Go to last post


    <== Not all of us have inet.I know google hangouts is good,but isn't there a better option like TS.

    I have tried Beetle001 site CTWUG Training,but nothing is going on there.Will your site go live...

    sk4ze Yesterday, 21:41 Go to last post


    when will training be would like to join

    Xraycat Yesterday, 18:34 Go to last post


    Hi All would apprciate if this can happen.

    What training would you prefer: i lack in both fields

    •Network Concepts
    •Web Development

    Training methodology:

    Snakedoctor444 Yesterday, 18:19 Go to last post
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