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    To deliver curriculum

    Hi,

    I need your help with an English phrase, I do not understand "delivers curriculum" in the following sentence:

    Training that stores content and delivers curriculum.

    What does "curriculum" actually mean here? Does it refer to the "subject" of the training course or maybe to the training material?

    Thank you very much in advance

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    Re: To deliver curriculum

    Quote Originally Posted by Blau View Post
    Hi,

    I need your help with an English phrase, I do not understand "delivers curriculum" in the following sentence:

    Training that stores content and delivers curriculum.

    What does "curriculum" actually mean here? Does it refer to the "subject" of the training course or maybe to the training material?

    Thank you very much in advance
    Where did you find it?

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    Re: To deliver curriculum

    In the presentation of a training program for salesmen

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    Re: To deliver curriculum

    Quote Originally Posted by Blau View Post
    In the presentation of a training program for salesmen
    It looks like meaningless jargon to me I'm afraid.

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    Re: To deliver curriculum

    Should it have read "... that stores' ..."? If there was no apostrophe, it means nothing.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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