Have you ever thought that perhaps your computer can do more than just print letters? Perhaps you wonder about some of the more complicated parts of your word processor, like mail merging? Do you do calculations with a desk calculator, rather than use a spreadsheet?
Modern business software is incredibly powerful and often very complicated! Thanks to the bloating introduced by vendors attempting to sell you the latest version, even the busiest users rarely use above about 10% of the features of many of these systems.
There is also an element of "over-ambition" with these packages. Word processors are claimed to be capable of calculations. Spreadsheets are claimed to have "data handling capability". And databases are sold on the basis that they are simple to use.
Setting up a computer system to gain the full benefit requires knowledge and experience.
There are many courses on offer from many providers. Many of these courses are government funded at no cost to the user, and some even promise "a new career in IT". Unfortunately there is no control over this industry (it is government funded, after all!), and this means people can claim that a few months of their evening classes will make you as valuable as a student that has just completed a three or four year full-time degree! (What is also unconvincing is that often you will find the class being taught by last years "graduates" from the same class!) All too often people discover that these courses are too basic for their needs, and lead to qualifications that employers just do not ask for.
We do not provide those types of course
Instead we offer -
Most computer users benefit from training, and we have taught: