Hands-On Class Syllabus

Boca Raton West Palm Beach Computer Training Classes

Information-packed software classes begin weekly at PC Professor, a Microsoft IT School of Academic Excellence.

As an authorized Microsoft IT Academy, PC Professor is proud to have the majority of the Microsoft desktop application topics — along with additional topics from Autodesk, Adobe and Intuit — beginning every week.  Typically, they are offered on a morning, afternoon, evening or weekend basis on a rotating schedule.  Click to see our live Boca Raton, FL schedule or our live West Palm Beach, FL schedule.  Our 8 hour, hands-on classes begin weekly at each campus and all sessions include refresher courses, phone support and practice time.

Additionally, our school offers customized training courses for your business with a syllabus can be modified to cover the areas of the software that are important to your firm’s specific needs.  Contact us today regarding this option and discover why so many companies in Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie Counties have had their key employees trained at PC Professor Technical Institute.  In fact, we have been South Florida’s best and finest computer training school since 1989.  Don’t forget to ask us about group rates for contractual, corporate accounts.

Besides large groups, we can also accommodate a party of one.  Ask us about private lessons if you would prefer that option over a conventional classroom setting.  A private session can be arranged at either your location or at ours and can cover exactly what you wish to learn.  Prices are by the hour and you only pay for what you need.  We can often arrange private lessons with surprisingly short notice, so give us a call today and see if we can help you prepare for that next computer project, test or job.

If you would like to see the syllabus or get a general description of a specific class, contact us via email or call today!

Boca Raton, FL:  561-750-7879  or West Palm Beach, FL: 561-684-3333

 

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