what? no courses?
That's right. ComTutors has never had a fixed course in anything.
If you need training in Word but you will never need to do mailouts, why bother with Mail Merge?
Why sit through that part of an "intermediate" or "advanced" Word course, just so others in the room can learn it?
If you need training in Excel but you will never use pivot tables or database functions, the same applies.
What if you need to learn functions in more than one program, for a particular project? Courses in individual programs aren't much use to you then.
Imagine going to separate courses for several programs then trying to pick the relevant pieces and put them together.
You're much better off learning just the functions you need, in an overall sequence that makes sense to you.
Providing fixed course structures that suit everyone is simply not possible.
With ComTutors you're never stuck with a preset course - you learn what you need.
We never restrict anyone to learning any inflexible preset list of topics or functions.
And we can still teach you everything you'd ever learn in a course, at any level.
We'll even help you to plan your learning, according to your needs.
That way, everything is learned in a sequence that makes sense.
That means that people can apply their new skills immediately and confidently.
That's solid effective learning for you.
And, any time you need a top up of skills, you can have it. As much or as little as you need.
That's on top of all the other advantages of learning from ComTutors.
We don't even charge "course fees" - we charge only per trainer hour, not per person taught.
ComTutors will not simply tell you to pick a course, pay up and turn up.
We've never done things that way, and we never will.
It's just one reason we can guarantee everything we do.
What's the best way to make something complex seem simple?
Find someone who knows it well and can patiently guide you through it, starting with some simple basics and building from there.
Then your understanding develops as you go.
Good teaching is more than just giving information, and it's not just an opportunity to show off knowledge.
It means guiding people as they learn.
That's the ComTutors way of doing things.