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  • “ You cannot open a book without learning something ”

  • “ The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you ”

    B.B. King
  • “ Without knowing the force of words, it is impossible to know more ”

  • “ I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book ”

    Groucho Marx
  • “ The Essence of Knowledge is, having it, to use it ”

  • “ Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers ”

    Harry S. Truman
  • “ Never tire to study. And to teach to others ”

  • “ There are many little ways to enlarge your child's world. Love of books is the best of all ”

    Jacqueline Kennedy
  • “ The book salesman should be honoured because he brings to our attention, as a rule, the very books we need most and neglect most ”


Books and you

  • Rob Thorne

    “ I now run my own successful Plumbing & Heating Business, RT Plumbing & Heating, which turned over in excess of £75,000. ”

  • Mark Allison

    “ I never take home less than £1,200 per week ”

  • Gareth Allen

    “ Although my wages were low to start with, I now earn £30,000-35,000 a year with a van provided too. ”

  • Carl Thompson

    “ Hoping to clear £20,000 from my business in its first year, I actually managed to clear £30,000 and I was delighted! ”

  • Julie Naylor

    “ I still work as a Nurse, but do a couple of days a week as a plumber. I am earning an extra £800 a month on top of my nursing salary. ”

  • Paul Chipps

    “ I was tired of my double glazing job and when I found out about the shortage of plumbers in the UK I decided it was time for a change. ”

  • Andrew Angus

    “ I had no previous plumbing experience but thought I would give it a go. ”

  • Stuart Barrow

    “ I was having major refurbishment work done on my house, and found out that the plumbing work would cost me six to ten thousand pounds, so I got thinking and realized that if I was to spend six thousand pounds on the course I could do the work myself. ”

  • Martin Venner

    “ I was fed up with my job as a Bakery Manager, getting up before the larks. I wanted to find a better way to bring in the dough and be my own boss, so I decided to retrain as a plumber. ”

  • Byron Thwaites

    “ Thanks to my training [manuals] I was able to set myself up as a self-employed plumber and now I am sub-contracting for a local firm. ”

  • Alexander Gyoni

    “ I started working since an early age and I have been doing a variety of jobs. In some jobs you have to work more, but you don't get paid what you deserve. So, I thought I'd get a career for myself and do something I enjoy doing. ”

  • Amanda Ross-Etheridge

    “ I have always wanted to take up a trade but when I was younger it wasn't really available for females. Also, my dad is a plumber, so I headed into that direction too. ”

  • Steven Herod

    “ In my opinion, The Train2Game course has been fantastic so far, ABSOLUTELY love the Unity book, it's got everything in it! ”

  • Sheldon Gilman

    “ Train2Game have been a godsend. Courses of this type are very hard to find, As I work full time to support my family, I cannot afford to take three years out to get a bachelor's degree from a normal university and no other university in this country has a program where you can study 3D animation totally from home, in your own time and get a portfolio as well as a recognised qualification out of it. ”

  • Ben Randall

    “ I am pleased with the course, mainly that for a QA tester to train at college they would need to study IT and software based courses and then move over to the gaming industry, whereas T2G specialize the course to the right area. ”

  • Stephanie Bretherton

    “ I like that I can study for this qualification around my work and lifestyle. ”

  • Bryan Coady

    “ Train2game gives you a wide knowledge of the gaming world ”

  • Laurence Brown

    “ I think Train2game is a brilliant course! The teaching material is fantastic; guiding pupils through the games industry and of course their chosen focus area in the industry. T2G has enhanced my writing, pushed me to explore and understand, also showed me that almost any idea can be a success if it is executed correctly. ”

  • Adam Sheratt

    “ Train2Game helped me take my first steps into the game industry. ”

  • Tabi Paulson

    “ It's safe to say that undertaking the Games Designer course with Train2Game has been a fantastic turn of events for me. All in all Train2Game has and will continue to be a fantastic journey. ”

Library - manuals

Books & manuals

The courses in question included various "trade" courses, such as electrical and plumbing courses, and also animation and "games" courses, enabling people to become proficient in designing and animating computer and iPhone type games.

Highly professionally produced manuals that described the particular subject matter on a step-by-step basis in a manner that should be clear enough for the customer to learn everything relevant to the topic in question, simply by reading the manuals.

Again in a rather friendly manner, on signing up new customers, the customers were invited to ring up and introduce themselves to their tutors.

One of the obvious advantages of a distance-learning course, in contrast to a more traditional course at a university or technical college, was that provided a customer had the aptitude to spend 10 to 15 hours a week reading the manuals, the customer would still be able to pursue his ordinary job and thus earn money

...the courses were still very much cheaper than other university or available fulltime courses in relation to the same subjects.

...only by training that he could improve his prospects.

Its courses were generally designed to prepare customers to take third party examinations, provided for instance by the City & Guilds.

By amplifying the answers, and referring to passages in the manuals, the computer-based system was simply easier to implement, in that it saved tutors having to mark papers, and it gave more information, thereby enhancing the utilisation of the manuals.

It was perfectly easy to appreciate that the manuals could be used, as an end in themselves, without any resort by customers to any of the add-on services, and without any resort in particular to the tutor support.

The only apt description of the entire supply was therefore education.

The overriding object was "to receive an education and obtain a qualification".

...that customers should simply go back to the manuals to the page or paragraph indicated, and re-read the manuals.

The customer's desired end result was to educate himself entirely by studying the self-contained manuals.

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