Learn new computer skills at your pace, in a way that you can understand. Personal instruction with CDA Computer Training starts and stops with you. Didn’t quite get something, back up and ask questions until it makes sense to you. Not sure you understand the instructions? Drop the instructor a note and we’ll try to clarify the issue for you.
CDA Computer Training offers four kinds of training:
- Ask the Trainer: A simple way that you can offer staff a “go to” person for technical help related to Microsoft and Adobe software. You’ll get a report of who used the service, what topics were worked on and when the training happened. Ultimate control with flexible offerings. Consider it “on the spot” training.
- Webinars: Fast-paced presentations that dig down on one topic and offer new ways to solve problems and tackle issues like Best Practices, How To, and Follow Up with homework. Attendees are encouraged to participate with questions.
- Online Classes: If the webinars are too fast-paced, you can find the same topics in longer instructor led online classes. Based around the same ideas as in the webinars, these online classes have smaller class sizes and allow students to try their hand at the method while online with the instructor.
- In-Person Training: We haven’t seen the last of the COVID-19 pandemic yet, but many organizations are starting to plan for a time when we can all get back together. These classes feature on-site instruction with a 4-hour block of time, and students are encouraged to bring in their real world documents for example.
Whether you want to schedule a personalized tutorial on one topic, or prepare yourself for certification exams, CDA Computer Training can help you.