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A recently launched on-line business, A1 learn.com, which claims to provide interactive, low cost web-based training courses, is offering free access to...



A recently launched on-line business, A1 learn.com, which claims to provide interactive, low cost web-based training courses, is offering free access to all of its courses for one month to each of the first 100 Freelance Informer readers who e-mail the company.

According to managing director, Martin Creal, unmetered internet access has made web-based training an attractive, low-cost learning option for many computer users. "Courses like ours can bridge the skills gap - not only with application training such as Word, Excel, Lotus Notes and Quicken, but at the technical end with courses such as HTML, Exchange Server and SQL," he says.

Creal describes the 400 plus courses offered by A1 learn.com as "self-paced, interactive, and presented in real-time" enabling students to learn whenever and wherever is convenient for them. He encourages potential learners to "try before they buy" by sampling one of the demonstration courses currently available on the A1learn.com website.

The company also offers training in business development skills such as motivation, negotiating and time management, and has various subscription plans to assist with payment. Send your e-mail to info@A1learn.com.

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