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Charlie
03-30-2006, 04:20 PM
Two training workshops have been coordinated for April 26 through the University of Auckland for their students and faculty. Registration is open to those outside the university as well.

Please pass this information on to anyone who might be interested in either of these workshops. We have contact information for only a small fraction of our users so we're dependent on word of mouth to let people know of these opportunities.

For full details regarding these workshops, including registration instructions, click here (http://www.bibleworks.com/training/AUDetails.htm).

April 26 is just around the corner, so register soon to have a seat reserved for you.

Information regarding other BibleWorks training opportunities this year will be posted at http://www.bibleworks.com/training (http://www.bibleworks.com/training) as workshops are scheduled.

Gontroppo
03-30-2006, 11:09 PM
In Australia we call food and drink coolers Eskies, but NZers call 'em "chilly bins" which sounds wonderful with the clipped NZ accent.

It is exciting that there will be a BibleWorks training seminar in NZ. I do envy my NZ fellow users and wish Joe well in this venture.

Been to nZ before Joe?

David McKay
www.davidmckay.info (http://www.davidmckay.info) :)

Joe Fleener
03-31-2006, 10:26 AM
In Australia we call food and drink coolers Eskies, but NZers call 'em "chilly bins" which sounds wonderful with the clipped NZ accent.

It is exciting that there will be a BibleWorks training seminar in NZ. I do envy my NZ fellow users and wish Joe well in this venture.

Been to nZ before Joe?

David McKay
www.davidmckay.info (http://www.davidmckay.info) :)

Hi David,

This is my first trip to NZ, or even that part of the world.

My family and I are heading to Hastings on 4/11. My main reason for going is related to my ministry with The Master's Academy International. It just seemed crazy to be in NZ for three weeks and not take the opportunity to do some BW training.

I am sorry it is not closer to you. You are the first person I thought of when I knew I was going to be that close! Close, but still not quite in Australia.