CoPhoto of Trudy Ritsemamputer training in Dorchester for small businesses.

Hello and welcome to IT Courses Dorchester!  My name is Trudy Ritsema and I am a qualified IT trainer and technology lover with over 15 years experience of teaching computers.  I offer affordable computer training in Dorchester and surrounding areas that are taught in bite-size chunks specially designed for small businesses.

It is delivered at your office (or kitchen table!) in a non-technical, professional but fun manner.  By coming to you means you can use your own computer or device which you are already familiar with, rather than having to learn on a computer you do not know well – thus saving time. Plus there is no travel time for you. ‘Bite-size’ means you get 2 hours (or more if needed) of computer training on the topic you need when you need it! This 1-2-1 training is £65 for 2 hours.

If you prefer learning as part of a group I also run monthly computer workshops in Dorchester. Each workshop is £40 per person.

Get in touch to discuss your computer training needs please email me or call 07581 458326.

 

Workshops

I also run monthly workshops where you can learn with other small businesses in an informal environment. The workshops run once a month in Dorchester from a training room in Dorchester.  Each workshop is only £40 from 9:15am for set up and coffee and I aim to finish by 12:15pm. You also get support after the workshop via a closed group on Facebook.

Here are a list of the next workshops in Dorchester.

Thursday 17th Nov 2016 : Using Twitter for your business – an essential guide.

Thursday 8th Dec 2016 : Using Instagram for your business – a beginner’s guide.

Thursday 5th Jan 2017 : Using Facebook pages for your business – an essential guide.

Thursday 2nd Feb 2017 : Using Pintrest for business – a beginner’s guide.

Thursday 2nd Mar 2017 : Getting your business on social media – a beginner’s guide.

Thursday 6th April 2017 : Using Mailchimp for your businesses – a beginner’s guide.

To book or for more details please email me or call 07581 458326.

 


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