Hello, every where I am trying and I already sent them mail. But still
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I am not getting any response from them. However, I will be waiting
for their response. But in the meanwhile if you have any alternative
suggestion, please tell me.
On 8/29/17, Christopher-Mark Gilland <email@example.com> wrote:
Why not try Cavi?
I've had nothing but good success with them, and they do offer interactive
classes for learning NVDA, if that is what you need to learn, where you
would be proactively workingwith other students. Not only this, but all
things Cavi are fully accredited!
Tell them Chris Gilland sent ya!
They are only a few hundred dollars, if even that, haven't priced the NVDA
corse, but I do know that I've taken some of their other corses, and they
are breath takingly incredible!
Co-founder of Genuine Safe Haven Ministries
----- Original Message -----
From: Muklesur Rahman
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2017 4:32 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Can any one suggest me an institution that provide
professional training for the visually impaired
Hello again, the url you provided is really suits my need but the
problem is with the admission and boarding fee of Authorization in the
amount of $5,225.00 ($3,375.00 for training, and $1,850.00 for room.
IN fact, I am not able to pay such a huge amount. So, if any
organization with low fee is expected.
On 8/29/17, Laurie Mehta via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Perhaps you could look into what the following organization might have
> offer you?
> Programs & Services — World Services for the Blind
> I hope that this is helpful--
> On Mon, 8/28/17, Muklesur Rahman <email@example.com> wrote:
> Subject: [nvda] Can any one suggest me an institution that provide
> professional training for the visually impaired
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Monday, August 28, 2017, 6:59 AM
> Hi lists, I am from Bangladesh, a visually
> impaired. In my country I
> am not getting any institutions that
> will provide professional
> training for the visually impaired
> people. Though there are some
> organizations that provide computer
> training to the visually impaired
> people but they are Jaws based which is
> very expensive and most of the
> blind people of my country are not
> afford to provide that cost.
> Moreover, their training is in some
> limited works that is not enough
> to make some one qualified for the
> profession. Therefore, I am
> searching for an institution that
> allows visually impaired people from
> Bangladesh and will provide
> professional training. Specially, I am
> interested to call center/customer
> site etc.
> So, please take my issue seriously and
> provide me helpful advice.
> Thank you.