As more and more people acquire web sites or use computers for business, it is continually being brought to my attention that the ‘basics’ are being ignored. What that means is that you are ‘expected to know’ all about e-mail, web sites, search engines… you name it - but no one is teaching the ‘basics’ in plain language.
How do you make a good decision when you have no idea what the person is talking about???
At least once a month I hear of a small business owner paying for web services they don’t need because they have no idea ‘exactly’ what they are paying for.
If you run a successful business – then that is what you do – and you are good at it. I’m experienced with web/computer training – it is what I do and I am good at it. Between the two of us, we ought to be able to solve this ‘knowledge’ problem.
My clients remind me often that they benefit from my ability to translate ‘geek’ into understandable English. And because of the recent increase in training requests, I have developed a ‘beginner’ training session designed specifically for small business owners. This seminar will accommodate up to 6 people and designed to easily include all levels of staff. Why no more than 6 people? I want everyone to get a chance to participate. It is a very interactive seminar requiring input from all. In fact, what makes it successful IS the input from all participants.