Services We Offer…
This type of training highlights one of our qualified instructors sitting down with you in comfort, at your own computer, guiding you through what you want to know. As an example, when you want to learn to attach items to e-mails; remove your pictures from your camera; learn about the Internet and how to “surf” for medical, travel, stock websites, etc. – this “freeform” type of learning allows you to explain to us what you want the lesson to be about. These training sessions are 2 hours in length for your convenience, but can be adjusted up to 4 hours per session, whether for one session or scheduled for more as you like!
Qualified Trainers sit down with seniors in the comfort of their own home
Seniors trained on their own computer
Guided training of what seniors want to learn
Training sessions 2 hrs., adjustable up to 4 hrs
This training is designed for small groups of three to ten (3-10) individuals and is structured as PLAN A, however it is based on specific “subjects”, such as Basic Computer Understanding, Using the Internet, or Improved Internet Searches. For PLAN B an area like a community clubhouse or local church meeting room works best. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptops, as no computer equipment is furnished in this setting. This type of class is usually 2 to 4 hours in length and depending on the “subject”, training manuals/courseware may or may not be used.
Small Group Training (3-10 in each class)
Courseware based on specific “subjects” (ex: Basic Computer Understanding, Using the Internet, Imrpoved Internet Searches, etc.)
Great for Communities, Churches, Clubs
Individuals encouraged to bring their laptops
This type of training follows the “traditional classroom” training approach. Courses usually span 1 to 2 days and include manuals and courseware, as well as “hands-on” labs/projects. As an example, the subjects covered in these training sessions are often Microsoft Desktop Tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, etc.). To deliver this type of instruction, a full classroom setup including individual workstations and overhead projection equipment is required. Class size is usually ten to twelve (10-12) students. However, the material, time and equipment can be modified to fit PLAN A and B (call for more information).
Training follows “traditional classroom” approach (Covered subjects includes MS Desktop Tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, etc.))
Courses span 1-2 days (includes manuals, courseware, hands-on labs/projects)
Materials, time and equipment can be modified to fit PLAN A and/or B)
Similar to PLAN A, our instructor is remote! You are comfortably guided through your training session on your computer and via your phone – no matter where you are – as long as you have internet service. This training session can also be utilized to ‘clean up’ and/or ‘repair’ most of your computer problems.
Training and/or Repair Service is accomplished remotely!
Seniors are guided comfortably on their own computer no matter where they are located (only requires Internet access)
New Computer Set-Up
& Much More!
*Services may vary, contact Licensee location for details