Workers injured on the job often receive $6,000 for a computer and classes online.
Since 1988 we have trained injured workers through worker's compensation plans.
Our training has been funded by all major insurance companies.
Many injured workers never learned computer skills and now need them. Others have learned older software, or haven't used the programs for a while, and just need to update or renew their skills.
Our training is one-on-one. The teaching goes at your pace, and you can learn much more easily than in a classroom where 20 people are waiting to ask questions.
We also teach speech-recognition, which lets you talk into your computer instead of typing. This is a great solution for people with injuries, or who don't want injuries. And yes, the keyboard and mouse still work.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the class? Training is online, with your own teacher. You learn from your home or office.
Practice computer? We help you purchase a good laptop and printer with your training funds.
How often is my class? Classes are usually twice weekly, 2 hours each class.
What will make me good at these skills? 1) A patient teacher. 2) A little practice between lessons.
How will I show these skills on a job interview? You make a collection of the documents you made in your classes. This ends the question of "do you have experience." "Yes, look--these pages are my work."