Given your location and your needs, I'd recommend investigating the online classes that companies such as Digital Think ( www.digitalthink.com), iGeneration ( www.igeneration.com), Prosoft Training ( www.ciwcertified.com), and other similar organizations offer. By taking such courses online, your location won't matter, and as long as you have access to systems and services you must use to do your job (which it sounds like is no problem for you), you should be fine.
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