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Drupal Training Programs

Agaric does trainings (in addition meetups and camps and involvement in events and programs related to the the Definitive Guide to Drupal), but we haven't started a formal public program. Update 2014: OK we've done enough, especially with OwnSourcing, to consider it semiformal. Contact Agaric or contact OwnSourcing for Backbone, Drupal 8, or other exciting trainings.

This page is where we survey some of the offerings in the Drupal education space.

Our great friends at Exaltation of Larks are getting more public about their training:
http://www.larks.la/articles/our-2011-drupal-training-year-in-review

Including scholarship program, which has always been our plan if doing open-to-the-public paid trainings.

Many companies and organizations offering training related to Drupal (including Larks and our Montreal friends Evolving Web are listed on Drupal.org.

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