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Over the years we have helped almost 70,000 learners connect with one of over 1,500 courses and providers, across the country. For that, we're very proud and grateful for your contribution. also served to teach us about how to help measure and improve business performance and inspired the launch and growth of two other companies as a result, one of which we've decided to dedicate our resources and energy to making great.

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How to find your way around a computer

Posted by Computer Trainer and maintainer on January 05, 2016

How to find your way around a computer
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Are you like most of my clients and tell yourself that you are 'stupid' because you don't understand or 'get' your computer and programs?
Well, don't be so hard on yourself. Think about it. I know you are good at something you do. Painting, driving a truck, building a dog kennel, sewing your kids clothes, or you just love to iron with perfection. So, these are things that you couldn't do at one time. Right? Somebody had to teach you how to do it. And if you learnt from somebody or just taught yourself, you are certainly not 'stupid'.
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Conquer the Qwerty keyboard

Posted by Computer Trainer and maintainer on January 06, 2016

Conquer the Qwerty keyboard
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All computer keyboards have the letters QWERTY in the first row of letters.Look on the left hand side. The first computer in 1868 had the keys set out with two rows of letters in alphabetical order.
However, the keys jammed together so a clever person came along and set the keys out so there was more room beside each one. Therefore; it just so happened that the first row spelt QWERTY, and in 1874 another typewriter came out and we are still using this keyboard now. No-one rushed to buy it for many years as people preferred to hand write their letters. No new fangle gadgets could be trusted. lol
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How to make up safe passwords

Posted by Computer Trainer and maintainer on January 05, 2016

To ensure a safe password, use letters and numbers and make a couple of the letters capitals. 
To remember your passwords, take the first letter of each of your children, if you have any, or of your animals, or relatives. 
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