Computer Training Source:
Computer Training Source offers dedicated computer and IT training classes and private tutoring in the Chicago Metropolitan area (Downtown, Schaumburg, Northbrook, and Naperville). Courses include Microsoft specializations (Word, Excel, PowerPoint...), Web Design classes (HTML, CSS, PHP...), CompTIA Certification classes (A+, Net+, Security+, CTT+), and more. Since 1991, Computer Training Source. has offered computer software training classes for business and individuals. Training can be held at our training centers or at your location. We offer regularly scheduled classes as well as private classes and tutoring.
- Small Class Sizes
Classes are kept small to allow the instructor to devote personal attention to each student. Typical class size is 6 to 12 students.
- One-Day Courses
Most classes are one day. Some of our technical classes are more than one day. If you sign up for a combination program, you will be attending several one-day classes.
- Choose Your Schedule
Classes normally begin at 9 am and finish at 4 pm. Evening classes begin at 6:00 or 6:30 pm and finish at 9:30 pm (usually two evenings). You should check the times in the class schedule to find the exact time for your class.
Beginner to Advanced Level IT Training Classes:
- Microsoft Office Classes (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Project, Publisher, SharePoint...)
- Graphic Design & Video Editing Classes (Acrobat, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop...)
- CompTIA Certification Classes (A+, Net+, Security+, CTT+...)
- Project Management Classes (PMP, Microsoft Project, Six Sigma, Business Analysis...)
Do any classes require previous training or experience?
All classes require Windows knowledge. We recommend taking our Introduction to Windows class before any other class if you have not used Windows for three months or more.
Some classes (especially the technical classes) have specific prerequisites. Please refer to the description of the class on this website or call us for prerequisites.
What if I take a one-day class and don't learn everything I need to know?
You can repeat any non-technical class once within six months of the date you first take it. This can be helpful to reinforce what you have learned. You may also want to enroll in the next level of the subject. For instance, if you have take Introduction to Microsoft Word, you may want to enroll in Intermediate Microsoft Word.
If I take this class, and then I want to sign up for a program, do I have to pay for this class again as part of the program? You can apply the fee you have paid for one class towards the total fee for a program.
Is there a suggested order in which to take certain classes?
The Introduction to PC's class, Introduction to Windows class and the Introduction to Microsoft Word class are recommended to be taken (in that order) before any other classes, if you do not have experience with personal computers.
After those three classes, most other classes can be taken in any order you choose. Introductory classes are recommended before taking Intermediate classes in the same subject.
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