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[Computerbank] Re: [cai-sa] recipient training check-off list

Dear Romana, all due apologies for embarassing you like this and the lack of 
foresight on my part this represents. 

	The following is meant by no means as way of mitigation, and rather merely as 
an explanation of the thoughts leading up to this, in hope that per hap we 
can learn from them and hopefully make better of similair circumstances in 
the future.

	I had taken notes when you trained me to train recipients, adding to it from 
experience of a couple of later training sessions, something i well and truly 
had together when you enquired should i wish to see the list you offered.  
The list i had compiled myself, (to my knowledge with your knowledge) had 
gone out for constructive critticism, seemingly without any ill feeling on 
the part of anyone involved.  My follow up was aimed not at yourself in 
particular, but rather to Computerbank as an whole and while i was initially 
suprised by your reaction, i'm genuinely sorry i've caused this reaction and 
undertake to consult you in future about consulting others before consulting 
you, in hope for better handling and less offensive relations.

	Please, by all means, present the document/s you have in mind, and if it 
still pleases you, i shall continue attempting to draft a standard operating 
procedure for our recipient training.  Or, if you prefer, i'll hand what i've 
come up with to whomever you nominate as better suited to the task, or by all 
means drop the idea entirely.

Once again, all due apologies and best regards,

Cromwell Hooper
Volunteer and WFTD Co-ordinator
Computerbank Australia Incorporated, SA Branch
Vice President
Computerbank Australia Incorporated

The opinions expressed herein are solely those of the individual, and do not 
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