Computer Courses in Cheshire

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Jun
25

I am available to tender for the design and delivery of computer courses in Cheshire and the North West. Many businesses and educational institutions now want more control over course content and delivery than online courses provide. I am originally a self-taught programmer, but now appropriately qualified for many years after working for a number of blue chip companies. My background gives me unique insights into the difficulties individuals face when grappling with IT concepts and practise. I am able to devise course content to meet your requirements or can deliver deliver content provided by you.

The areas I am able to cover include:

  • Deep learning of specific programs whether on an Apple or PC platform
  • Introductory level courses
  • Courses for seniors and students
  • Small business IT – hardware and software and networking
  • Data protection and recovery
  • Courses geared to IT support staff
  • Courses for advanced level programmers
  • Sector specific courses

As an experienced IT tutor and trainer any quote for Cheshire computer courses takes account of:

  • Client needs assessment
  • Background and level of course participants
  • Number of course participants
  • Length of course
  • Materials – whether supplied or developed by me
  • Deliverables – agreed in advance
  • Retention of learning
  • Follow-up – if required

I am happy to supply samples of training materials used previously to help prospective clients gauge quality. And of course, I expect course content and delivery to be rated and assessed by course attendees. This holds no fear for me. As a full time IT tutor and trainer I help people of all levels of ability extend their computer skills whether they are novices or conversant with a wide range of applications. My personal view is courses need a certain level of interaction for participants to get the most out of them.  An engaging delivery goes a long way to enhancing learning and retention. This is an important consideration when assessing the cost-effectiveness of computer courses since software and hardware change rapidly.

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