You Need Computer Training?
By Rick Boklage
The answer is yes, sooner or later you will need
some computer training. As computers evolve and new software becomes
available people are finding it important to keep up on their computer
If you work in office environment for example, you
may be faced with a situation where your employer purchases a new
piece of software in the hopes that it will help his company become
more efficient. As a result, you may be required to learn to use
this new piece of software. Even if you work in a warehouse this
new software may required that you need to enter inventory and print
Do you need to know everything about the software?
The answer is no, you by no means have to become a computer expert.
Just acquire the skills that will allow you to use the software
as efficiently as possible in your day to day activities. Here are
some ways to gain those computer skills.
1. The software manual. Take some time to briefly
read the titles and summaries. By doing so when you come across
something you are not sure how to do you may think, "I remember
reading something about that" and quickly find it again in
2. Software specific books. These are books you
can purchase at most major book stores. They are quite often written
by people who are experts with the software. The text is often followed
by examples which may make it easier for you to understand and therefore
you learn quicker.
3. CD tutorials. With some of the more popular software
you may be able to purchase a CD tutorial. These training aids take
you through step by step the different functions of the software.
By "doing", as you are learning you are more often to
remember these various functions.
It's never to late to start computer training. The
skills you learn today may be all you need to get that promotion
or qualify for that new job. Taking the initiative to upgrade you
computer skills shows your employer or potential employer that you
are able to adapt to the every changing computer workplace.
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