Starting to think about your summer schedule? How about the rest of May and into June? Do any of your plans include a little learning? We hope so! We’ve added new MS Office classes for you to take a look at. Can you believe we now have July classes? Take some time to pick a class while your office slows down with vacations!
These classes are quick and easy and you can learn what you want to learn in your own home or office from a live instructor without having to worry about travel or the hassle and expenses that go along with it.
We’ve added June and July calendars for MS Office 2010 and 2013, but still have plenty of seats open for the rest of May, too. Register now!
- Private Classes (90 minutes) – If you have a group of people interested in training on the same topic, we can schedule a private class for that group. Choose an existing course in our catalog, or let us work with you to create a custom class that meets your needs.
- One-on-One Application Support (45 minutes) – During these sessions, students work one-on-one with an instructor on a topic of their choice.
Students join the class through their Web browser, where they can see the instructor’s screen as she or he demonstrates each new skill. To hear and interact with the instructor, students can either use a computer headset (or speakers and microphone) or dial into a teleconference (normal long distance charges apply). Throughout the class, students switch between the instructor’s screen in their browser and their own copy of the application, where they can practice applying the new skills.
Virtual classroom training is ideal for organizations with employees in multiple or remote locations, because it requires no added travel time or expense. Because our public classes are available to anyone, it also works well for smaller companies in which only a few people need training on a particular topic and for individuals seeking software training on their own, rather than through their employer.
These classes are offered through a partnership between Elert & Associates and AXIOM.
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