Why can't you experience alone? It sounds as if you expect somebody to spoonfeed you. If you are interested then express this by making yourself familiar with the topic. Read here, plenty of sticky threads. Your library has centners of books about the topic. If you want dedicated sessions then book a photography course.
Personal experience as a noob.
1. Go get your gear first (without practice, theory is useless).
2. Read your manual (knowing your equipment's pro and con is REALLY important).
3. Read a lot of books on basic theories to photography (color, composition, lighting, etc. the fundamentals). Or read a lot of guides online (one place you can start from is here: Digital Photography Tips and Tutorials or clubsnap itself).
4. Shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot.
That should occupy you for about 6 months to a year+ or even a few years. See, don't need any guide at all. Even if you hook up a pro right now, he/she will probably get irritated by your lack of basic knowledge REALLY fast. So get some knowledge on the basics first? And maybe some outings? Anyway that's how I started (I'm still at step 4 so can't advice you any further than that).
I would think a good way is to follow 1 magazine series for 1 or 2 years which will probably cover most of the genres.
The articles and critiques are done by professionals.
The only setback are the magazines are overseas and you'll need to find your own location for practice locally !
Read more before attend courses so that you can ask more questions !