Online training is a very easy and cost effective way for individuals, as well as companies, to hone their office skills or obtain IT certification.
I know there’s never been an easier way to learn and stay up-t0-date with today’s technical advances than with LearningGate.com. LearningGate is an established online division of Career Academy — being established for thirteen years, now.
They have partnered with computer training centers, and schools and universities to give the most affordable LIVE online or On-Demand lectures to individuals and corporations around the world.
For just $25 a month you will have unlimited access to LIVE WebClasses and OnDemand Instructor-Led training covering topics like Executive Strategy, QuickBooks, Online Marketing, Project Management, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite and much more! And there is no long-term commitment.
I think as a blogger maintaining a home office, I can find some real benefits to becoming a member of LearningGate… with the ever changing computer, software, internet, and social media outlets, it’s hard to stay up-to-date. Personally, I would like to learn Adobe Photoshop CS6. I’m not very good at photoshop, but would love to gain some mad skills as far as photoshopping skills go.
I could also use a Microsoft Excel class. I use Excel for all my spreadsheets, but I feel like a class would really help me in this area.
As a busy mom, I like the idea of working on my office and computer skills at my convenience. On MY schedule. Because my schedule is so crazy. I definitely like the idea of classes On-Demand!
I know many people may not consider a work at home mom a professional, but speaking as a work at home mom who makes a living from blogging… I absolutely consider myself a professional blogger.
If you are someone you know could benefit from LearningGate or to learn more information for yourself, check out LearningGate.com.
Donna is a Professional Blogger, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, Freelancer, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.