I hope that you are not paying much for the training, since you get nothing to take home with you. You might consider getting help from some other source, if you hope to make a living from your education.
Software testing does not have a formal set of courses like you see with software development or engineering courses. Software testing is a mixed bag of information and learning different points of view, looking at things from different perspectives.
With that said, have you tried learning software testing terminology? That might be a good place to start. Here's a suggestion, what is the difference between "quality assurance" and "software testing"?
And if you've gone through this forum, I commend you. I've been on this forum for 10 yrs now and I haven't even begun to go through everything and tap into all the knowledge posted here. I find it hard to believe you have gone through it all and feel like you need more.
Keep in mind, there is no one size fits all way of learning. Software testing takes years and years of practice, reading, research, continual questioning. People have asked you to be specific. You see all the different forums here on this site. Have you picked one subject and read through some of the posts? Until you narrow down your scope, people are going to have a hard time helping you and you will continue to struggle. Software testing as a whole is too broad of a subject.