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Is it possible to be able to continue taking part in the One to One training activities beyond the suggested 3 year cutoff point here in the UK.
I have been told that it is not unusual but it is at the discretion of the local Apple Store Senior Managar
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Welcome to the forum.

I suspect this is going to come down to how busy the store in question is. Though the group sessions are still available.

I'd also suggest that three years of one-to-one sessions is a lot of one on one training.

I'd say that going it alone and querying forums like this will become far more valuable in widening learning

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I agree with member "mrplow". You can only get so much from one on one training. Your best learning is to use your new Mac and keep in touch with forums such as this one. In other words, take the training wheels off....
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Have to say I've had my MBK for a few weeks now and its far easier to pick things up than with Windows . Everything just seems so obvious . Also , as you said , its all part of the fun to use these forums when something new springs up . Loving the learning curve
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