I am currently doing an on-line course, Level 2 in Business & Administration.
To be honest, I'm not boasting when I say that I know most of it anyway, through having actually done the damn stuff, but I signed up for 3 reasons.
A) It was one of the few courses that were actually free
B) There is a certificate at the end, so something to add to the CV
C) I'm hoping that it will go some way to stop my brain turning to mush!
(I spent far longer than I should have last night trying to think of the medical term that was the opposite to "chronic" head scratching, table thumping, various expressions of frustration. Went to bed, woke up just after 3am shouting "Acute" !)
However, the messages that I have had so far from my Tutor have been a bit worrying. Using lower case "i" when referring to himself, plus the use of a capital letter in his sign off, "Kind Regards"
The use of a capital for "regards" seems to be quite common among various organisations that I have had the misfortune to deal with recently , but to have a Tutor using it seems a bit beyond the pale.
Unreasonable or not?
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