On Site Training

Our instructor led training classes enable you to learn exactly what you need in a few hours rather than spending an entire day away from the office. Our accelerated learning strategies will significantly increase your productivity level by teaching you to apply the right features and work smarter and faster. 

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One On One Training

We cater to the software training needs of busy managers and executives conveniently providing one on one training in a private setting. Together, we focus on the applications and features that are specific to you and your current projects. You can schedule your priviate session  on site or as a webinar.

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Instructor Led Webinars 

Participate in a live instructor led webinar in the comfort of your own home or office on your own pc or mobile device. The learning process isn’t sacrificed, because our instructor led webinars engage interaction allowing you to ask questions. The only requirements are Internet access and a telephone or mic and speakers.

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About Patti Luchsinger, Owner

Patti has over 25 years of experience teaching technology for Fortune ranked companies in addition to large, medium, and small businesses. She recognizes the need to adapt to the way you deliver training by incorporate accelerated learning strategies that meet the diverse and ever-changing needs of today's learner. Her learning initiatives measure and maximize productivity in Microsoft Office applications, mobile devices and more. I fine-tune our curriculum so it's specific to the client’s environment and the needs of its end users. My instructors and I provide on site and web based training classes in Microsoft Office applications, mobile devices such as iPads, iPhones and Tablets, and end user VoIP solutions .


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