Did you know that if you take an Altium training course in Australia the airfare is free (well, sort of...)
Here's an unexpected nugget of knowledge for us to peruse and ponder. Someone just emailed me with a poser, asking "Why are training courses from Altium so much cheaper in Australia?"
This observant chap informs me that an Altium training course in the USA costs $2,495 US dollars. He says that a similar course in Australia goes for $1,700 Australian dollars, which equates to approximately $1,100 US dollars.
He goes on to note that – after a little searching – he found a round-trip airfare to Australia for a budget price of only $1,029 US dollars. All of which means that (excluding a hotel room and a bar tab) someone in the US could fly to Australia and take a training course over there for less than it would cost to stay at home take the same course in the USA.
It's a funny old world...
2009 New Year Resolution (Goal: Walk 1000 miles at ~3 miles a day)
[A=Actual, C=Current, P=Plan-to-Date, R=Remaining, T=Total]
|Days:|| T=365, C=30, R=335|
|Miles:|| T=1000, P=90.00, A=106.23, Δ=+16.23, R=893.77|
|Note:|| On we go with the second 100 miles...|
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