I set up Computing for Beginners in 2002 to offer one to one computer training to the more anxious user. This training is given in your own home, on your own computer or iPad as these will be more familiar to you. Many people go on computer courses and come home to find they are unable to achieve the same results at home, maybe because they are using a more up to date computer at home or didn't like to ask for help in a class full of people.
One to one training is the best and possibly the quickest way to learn. Learning in a group has its disadvantages, not everyone is at the same level. While one person will pick things up and progress quickly others may have difficulty grasping the subject and struggle to keep up. With one to one training you will not encounter this problem.
I offer patient one to one training - there is no pressure on you to learn in a specific time - you learn at your own pace. Everything will be explained in plain English - no jargon.
The biggest problem people encounter when they are new to computers is fear of something going wrong. My aim is to get you over this fear and make you a confident user of your computer or iPad. If you have never used a computer or iPad or have very little confidence, then I can help you to overcome your fears and help you to get many hours of enjoyment from your computer or iPad.
In addition to the training I can also set up your computer, iPad, printer and broadband ready for you to use, and can also advise and install any software including anti-virus software.