var NS = (navigator.appName == "Netscape"); var VERSION = parseInt(navigator.appVersion); if (VERSION >3)
Courses, Workshops, and Seminars
Custom Training, Onsite and Online
When you or your staff can't travel to Washington, DC to attend a live course, you can still learn from our expert faculty by listening to our Capitol Learning Audio Courses.
We can customize a telephone seminar or audio course to suit your needs. We can also customize existing Capitol Learning Audio Courses with your logo.
Our current catalog can be downloaded or mailed to you.
TheCapitol.Net has more than 2,500 clients representing Congressional offices, federal and state agencies, military branches, news media and NGOs nationwide.
We publish hands-on books for practitioners, written by subject matter experts.
Our publications can be customized for your organization.
Our Amazon Author page.
- FAQs about public training courses
- FAQs about custom training
- FAQs about publications
- FAQs about audio courses
- What we do when there is bad weather in Washington
- Payment, cancellation and substitution policy
- Our Online Forms (TCNForms.com)
- Our Policies (TCNPolicies.com)
- One-page overview of TheCapitol.Net (PDF)
Our blog ... Hobnob Blog ... hit or miss ... give or take ... this or that ...
Glossary of Congressional and Legislative Terms
Our FREE Glossary of Congressional and Legislative Terms is available online. With stable, permanent URLs (PURLs) since 2000, you can link to the glossary confident that your link will work next year. And the year after that, and the year after that....
Visiting Washington, DC
Our Visiting Washington, DC pages have links to all the major places to see and visit in Washington. Plus some you may have not heard of.
Resources that Save You Time
We have many valuable FREE resources on our site, including Research Links and Reference Tools and a series of FAQs About Congress and Washington, DC, such as How do I get a Presidential Greeting? and How do I get a flag that has flown over the Capitol?
We do not provide free research, and we believe that all students should write their own papers on topics they have chosen or been assigned by their teachers.
We will not pass along any messages to any member of Congress - one of the many great things about living in the United States is that we, and you, can contact our government representatives directly, with no interference from third parties; see our FAQ, "How to Contact Congress." Remember, communication that is courteous and civil is far more effective than communication containing insults and threats. And, although some people do not believe it, elected members of Congress DO listen to their constituents.
Our preferred methods of payment are checks and EFT/ACH. More information about other methods of payment we accept can be found on our Payment, Cancellation and Substitution Policy page.
TheCapitol.Net is a non-partisan firm and the opinions of its faculty, authors, clients, and of the owners and operators of its vendors are their own and do not represent those of TheCapitol.Net.
PO Box 25706
Alexandria, VA 22313-5706
202-678-1600 202-684-8003 202-678-1600
A Virginia Corporation and Small Business
Registered in SAM
For Clients: IRS Form W-9 for TheCapitol.Net (1-page pdf)
DUNS number: 04-273-5071
SAM Unique Entity ID: CJ32EZ764QJ8
GSA Contract for custom training: GS02F0192X
SIC: 8299, 2741, 8742 (87420000)
NAIC: 611430, 61143, 56192, 5111, 541611
For faculty and authors: please send us an IRS Form W9 (instructions here and related info here) so we can pay you.
Client Testimonials and Rave Reviews
See testimonials about our courses.
FacultyOur previous and current faculty and authors include senior government executives, former Congressional members, Hill and agency staff, editors and journalists, lobbyists, lawyers, nonprofit executives and scholars.
Our Clients Congressional Offices Federal Agencies Military NGOs and Nonprofits Diplomatic Corps Fortune 500 Law Firms Lobbying Firms Labor Unions Associations
Capital Learning Audio CoursesTM
_uacct = "UA-482433-1"; urchinTracker();