Mercury are notoriously protective of training information for their products so if you specifically want Loadrunner/Winrunner training (I'm assuming this is because you've already purchased these tools) you'd better start by looking at the training area of the mercury website: http://www.merc-training.com/main/index.cfm
Be warned, these courses can work out to be very expensive.
If you haven't already purchased tools then other vendors training courses can end up being cheaper, plus having a shorter learning curve if you're familiar with the language on which the scripting language is based (eg. VB for Rational).
You can get Winrunner training right here, click the Training link. I have not compared the content to that of the Mercury Course to see which one gives more bang for the buck, but the buck here is quite smaller and these can be done online. The only advantage to using Mercury might be that they do have a course specifically for Web Testing and this site does not seem to have a Loadrunner course. You probably still need the basic stuff anyway so this site is a pretty good place to start.
If you break it; they will come.
[This message has been edited by CSNuts (edited 02-18-2003).]
I have Astra Quicktest Tool but I'm not familiar with VB. Now I did not use this tool to test and I still use manual test. I can prepare testing in this tool just a basic testing. My company did not have more budget to sent to training.
The best way to learn is to play with QuickTest with a book on your lap and figure it out. The book I purchased is VBScript Unleashed (isbn 1-57521-124-6). Its copyright is 1997, hopefully they have a newer one by now, but it was the best I could find last fall. It helped me figure it all out. Then as you run into problems post questions here, and some one should be able to help.