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A1 *** Android Development using Android Studio - Basics usage 5 hours (1 day).
A2 *** Make Money with Android Apps - 5 hours (1 day).
A3 *** Android Development using Android Studio - Intermediate 10 hours (2 days).
A4 *** Android Developement using HTML5 - Basics 10 hours (2 days)

P1 *** PHP Basics - 5 hours (1 day)
P2 *** PHP Intermediate (with MySQL database) - 10 hours (2 days)

Web1 *** HTML5 with BootStrap - 10 hours (2 days)
Web2 *** Make money with WordPress blogging - 5 hours (1 day).
Web3 *** Joomla! Basics - 5 hours (1 day).

G1 *** Photoshop Photo Editing for Beginner - 5 hours (1 day)
G2 *** Photoshop Photo Editing for Intermediate - 10 hours (2 days)

T1 *** Laptop TroubleShoooting basics - 5 hours (1 day)

FEE RATE (Special rate till 31 December 2016)#
Group of 5 RM30 per person, per hour.
Group of 4 RM40 per person, per hour.
Group of 3 RM60 per person, per hour.
Group of 2 RM80 per person, per hour.
1 Person RM130 per hour
#The special rate is only to personally funded participation, we could only accept CASH as the term of payment. Participants using company LO or company check are advised to request for official quotation -

*Bring your own laptop & internet.
**Weekend (Saturday & Sunday) only

WhatsApp KERUL 0129034614
Location: Lembah Klang & Seremban - outside these zone, transportation & accommodation are chargeable.


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