they do a trading course and a forex trading course.
i have done the trading course and sat the exam, and am now putting it into practice, and to be honest you will find shed loads of free stuff about trading charts, systems, daytrading etc, but really they wont help you in the end.
If you're interested in the business of trading; a business that when undertaken in real time requires that you focus on the far right edge of a price chart, a conversation with someone that has done it successfully for a number of years may be worth the price. What you get with Al Brooks course is an opportunity to gain insight about what is a reasonable trade, and how to manage it in real time. There is no technical analysis in conventional sense - moving average crossovers, rsi, etc. It is more about trying to assess strength and weakness within context.
Nice also do not forget to buy all this crap from the internet until you will be sure you are doing the wrong way trying to master trading. No one will share his bread with you remember and the courses are basically aim to refute this sound conclusion