Yes, I have been accused most the time of being too wordy, so occasionally try to keep short by leaving examples out. :>) But when I say depends on the topic, if you are teaching machine troubleshooting and testing skills acquired using real-world simulation software, “online bootcamps” is not best for that topic. That why we offer that training as a downloadable/CD training media for that topic.
Time required example. If a busy executive, may need to schedule live class to get over in a day or 3. Cant make time each week or need entire training quicker than a couple hours a week on-line bootcamp would deliver. (Cant sit in front to computer for 1-3 days either. :>) Another exception would be unemployed needing the training quicker than online schedule provided, for up coming job interview.
Example of targeted audience constraints. Those without high speed internet access like in remote locations in US or other countries. Those lacking computer and internet basic skills, like some mechanics. Those corporations that IT departments block access to java or other other underline technology used to deliver online bootcamp.
Hope this gives some further insight to my original reply. :>)
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