Training the Trainer (T*t) in Tucson

Molly and Christopher

It’s not every day a well-known, highly regarded Web professional gives away their hard-earned knowledge and precious time for free. Nonetheless, that’s what my good friend, Molly E. Holzschlag, is doing in her Train the Trainer (T*t) workshop series.

For almost every weekend starting in mid-September and ending in October, Molly is hosting six educators for the free two-day workshop in Tucson, Arizona.

If you happen to get one of the 24 golden tickets to her workshop, you’re a lucky one as the workshop itinerary is impressive:

  • Day One
    • HTML & XHTML intensive. Principles, best practices, issues of concern
    • Lunch discussion: Open discussion of issues and concerns to group
    • CSS Theory Part I
  • Day Two
    • CSS Theory Part II, contemporary design considerations
    • Lunch discussion: Open discussion of issues and concerns to group
    • Standards workflow, SEO, basic Accessibility, intro to Microformats
    • Dinner and drinks at a local Sonoran Mexican restaurant including vegan & vegetarian as well as a wide range of other options

On the last T*t workshop that takes place October 27–28, I’m flattered to aid Molly in presenting my talk on IE7 and CSS, “Releasing CSS: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love IE7”.

Also, I’m looking forward to the lunch discussions where I hope I won’t make the participants poorer by giving them my two cents regarding any Web design or development questions or concerns they might have.

For more information, check out Molly’s post about Training the Trainer.

Hope to see you there!

One thought on “Training the Trainer (T*t) in Tucson

  1. Sounds very appealing. I really would love to have attended such a session. Getting in touch with others who are into web standards and how things are actually are used in the real world is also quite an exhilarating experience.

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