Old 05-19-2009, 08:18 AM   #1
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The current race for the best has driven many big organizations to invest in manpower resources by offering them the best training. This has led the organizations to implement a corporate training program that is best suited for their employees. A suitable training program can help participants to quickly learn any new technology and use it in a productive manner.

The corporate trainers will evaluate the prevailing work environment of a company and suggest a program that is best suited for it. A company having Cisco network can hugely benefit from Cisco Training Programs. The program can also be held as per the desire of the company. For e.g.: An organization can opt for the classes that deliver content directed only to its staff, addressing the specific requirements of the company or it can send its staff to undertake Corporate Training Courses at any other venue.

It is the growing complexities of a highly competitive marketplace that has made it imperative for the companies to put emphasis on increasing productivity and effective use of resources. The complexities of the system need to be reduced and product cycle need to be shortened as much as possible. This calls for training of the workforce in a company to align them in accordance with the goals of the organization.
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Hello Slater41 and welcome to the forums. I can tell from your message that you are a knowledgeable enthusiast who is eager to share your insights into railroading. We look forward to seeing your photographs and posts.
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The current race for the best has driven many big organizations to invest in manpower resources by offering them the best training. This has led the organizations to implement a corporate training program that is best suited for their employees. A suitable training program can help participants to quickly learn any new technology and use it in a productive manner.

The corporate trainers will evaluate the prevailing work environment of a company and suggest a program that is best suited for it. A company having Cisco network can hugely benefit from Cisco Training Programs. The program can also be held as per the desire of the company. For e.g.: An organization can opt for the classes that deliver content directed only to its staff, addressing the specific requirements of the company or it can send its staff to undertake Corporate Training Courses at any other venue.

It is the growing complexities of a highly competitive marketplace that has made it imperative for the companies to put emphasis on increasing productivity and effective use of resources. The complexities of the system need to be reduced and product cycle need to be shortened as much as possible. This calls for training of the workforce in a company to align them in accordance with the goals of the organization.
Oh? Howabout I train your people on railroading?! I'll sell you MY course for $100,000,000,000.50. SPAMING TOOLBAG!
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Ok, guys, knock it off. I'm a graduate of these Corporate Training Courses and I am a better human being for it. My proudest moment in life, above my marriage or any professional success I've had in life, was when I stood there in the Holiday Inn conference room and threw my cap in the air, knowing my life was set after taking these courses. So lay off of Slater. Yeah, maybe he got 'trains' confused with 'training,' but, dammit, this guy and this program are totally legit.
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* * * So lay off of Slater. Yeah, maybe he got 'trains' confused with 'training,' but, dammit, this guy and this program are totally legit.
I certainly agree. To those of you with your impolite comments, I'll note that Slater has yet to post a second message. I can't help thinking it doesn't feel welcome here.
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I certainly agree. To those of you with your impolite comments, I'll note that Slater has yet to post a second message. I can't help thinking it doesn't feel welcome here.
Yes, we might hurt the computers' feelings that posted this message here...
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I certainly agree. To those of you with your impolite comments, I'll note that Slater has yet to post a second message. I can't help thinking it doesn't feel welcome here.
Wow, swing and a miss a second time
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I'm dead cereal about how important this thread is..

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Indeed. To those of you who may have missed the subtle irony, please read Slater41's post and find any evidence that I could . . .
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". . . tell from your message that you are a knowledgeable enthusiast who is eager to share your insights into railroading.
Next, refer to my second message where I fear "it" may not feel welcome. Based on the success of my stand up comedy I best keep my day job.
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Ok, guys, knock it off. I'm a graduate of these Corporate Training Courses and I am a better human being for it. My proudest moment in life, above my marriage or any professional success I've had in life, was when I stood there in the Holiday Inn conference room and threw my cap in the air, knowing my life was set after taking these courses. So lay off of Slater. Yeah, maybe he got 'trains' confused with 'training,' but, dammit, this guy and this program are totally legit.
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Indeed. To those of you who may have missed the subtle irony, please read Slater41's post and find any evidence that I could . . .

Next, refer to my second message where I fear "it" may not feel welcome. Based on the success of my stand up comedy I best keep my day job.

Both of your posts made me crack up...
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I thought you lived in Kenya and were related to Doctor ShabbaLabbaDingDong who wants my PIN #.
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I thought you lived in Kenya and were related to Doctor ShabbaLabbaDingDong who wants my PIN #.
I am personal counsel to the crown prince of Nigeria. Perhaps you've received some of my mailings?

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I am personal counsel to the crown prince of Nigeria. Perhaps you've received some of my mailings?

Thanks, Corporate Training Courses!
I replied to em everytime with my PIN number... No wonder you afforded to move to Colorado.
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... No wonder you afforded to move to Colorado.
Nah, you guys paid for that (the ones that pay taxes, anyway)...
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Epic thread is Epic....

If you cuss out the Nigerian scam people.......they wont respond. Always fun.

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The current race for the best has driven many big organizations to invest in manpower resources by offering them the best training. This has led the organizations to implement a corporate training program that is best suited for their employees. A suitable training program can help participants to quickly learn any new technology and use it in a productive manner.

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Getting trains mixed up with training....proof that machines are inferior to humans. Epic failure...
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