Finding that simple technology-related services like an internet search and sending an email are restricting your access to daily life?

Want it to be easier to access your music library or file library on your computer?

Wanting to defy your senior age and attend online events and join your community?

Maybe looking for advanced cryptography class offers?

There really are a huge array of basic and advanced computer class offers out there, both online, in person, with a club or community, or in private.

What about if you already work in computer services and want to level up on your programming skills?

Private adult, children, or seniors focussed IT classes are on offer and easy to access on Sueprprof for a reasonable cost.

Maybe MOOCs are the way to go! Read on to find out what this is...

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Discover a Private Computer Class Online

The internet really does do the job of finding answers to a range of tech and general questions. Time after time, a simple Google search or use of the Microsoft Office suite can help us view our work and problems so much more clearly.

On the web, there are plenty of basic computer classes entirely online which also offer quality instruction.

When you pay for a private tutor, however, you can expect the level of professionalism and quality of their own learning and skills to reflect the cost of the classes.

If you want to use the Microsoft Office suite (like Microsoft Office and Apache's Open Office), install computer hardware and software, learn more about technology and coding possibilities, and become more specialised in community and professional programs, check out the range of tutors on Superprof.

Your skills can be practiced in your free time, and what you learn with the tutors will really be put to work straight away. No matter your age, whether seniors or youngsters nor how advanced you are, you can always learn about tech and continue learning about the world through this!

Maybe it's time to review some of the programs and software you haven't used for a while?

Things that such tutors will cover in the training and learning offered through their services during classes includes:

  • IT Troubleshooting - working out problems for yourself on your computer and the internet
  • Seniors computer literacy - simple things like turning the computer off and on, through sending an email
  • Internet basics - information for beginners to navigate through tabs and get to the right information
  • Maintenance tasks
  • Workforce training in the digital age
  • Microsoft Office suite training - writing a letter with Word, making a presentation in Powerpoint, or creating a spreadsheet in Excel

Have a look at computer programming courses to boost your coding skills.

What is the going rate for computer courses?
There are so many IT specialists, it can be hard to find the right one for you.(Source: stock.tookapic.com)

Make sure to always check your tutors out before your first meet to see if the chemistry is right too!

The best tutors to select from will have a range of great reviews and will know exactly what their price point should be.

Think about the right equipment for your IT tutorials that you will need to get ahead

Using Youtube to find IT tutorials

It's hard to know where to start, but videos with thousands of views will most likely be more reliable. Alternatively, if they have an official endorsement from a known and trusted digital technology company, these videos will be good too.

On YouTube, you can find heaps of videos to suit your needs by searching with keywords, such as:

  • Using your mouse, turning the computer on and off, and other simple commands
  • Getting used to making documents and word processing
  • Learning to maintain your computer and files
  • Specialised training targeted at older learners
  • Internet navigation skills
  • Making and editing videos with various technologies

More specialised videos will focus on HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, MySQL, SEO, WordPress, and Prestashop, but for these, there's a plethora, so sift through a little.

Check out our IT courses on Superprof.

Which coding languages can I learn?
Learning to code can have a lot of professional benefits. (Source: negativespace.co)

Now back to the equipment. Don't forget:

  • A computer with a decent amount of memory
  • Stable and fast internet connection
  • Good headsets or webcams for communication and co-working
  • Manual things like note pads to take down educational and general information

IT Courses on Superprof

There are IT tutors near you across Australia for sure, but thanks to the advent of online learning, you can find someone from wherever who can help you with:

  • The functions of a computer
  • Computer programming architecture
  • Computer repairs
  • Webpage development
  • Specific program learning
  • How to code

Factor these in when deciding whether the per hour rate is reasonable.

See the other online IT courses here.

Major cities like Sydney have a wide range of computer courses
Sydney and other major cities will have computer courses for your level. | Source: Unsplash - Roadtrip with Raj

Across Australia, each area will have many kinds of courses on offer, but these may vary in price. Melbourne and Sydney have the most expensive with $40 on average per hour. If you want to know about coding languages such as C++, Python, Java, Scilab, Fortran, Mathlab, as well as algorithms used to develop apps, then this may push the price up even further.

Want to take courses with an MOOC?

MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) involves learning independently by distance, and can have thousands of attendees at a time.

Renowned institutions like MIT in Boston even simply put some of their computing courses on Youtube for people to benefit from. MIT OpenCourseWare (which has over 1 million subscribers) can give you cutting edge yet introductory info about physics, IT, and business.

There are other universities offering similar services, and not just American ones. Most major Australian universities will have some kind of free component for learning, especially when it comes to global skills like computing. You don't even have to be enrolled, just look these up on their websites. (Try Monash Basic Computing Skills)

 

What are the best MOOCs?
Being tech-savvy is the new cool! (Source: Clem Onojeghuo)

Udacity, is another MOOC that really stands out and has millions of users the world over. This will give you ideas about web development, data analysis, different operating systems for phones, tablets, and computers, as well as how to work with data and analyse it.

Coursera could be worth considering too, and has over 24 million users (!) and 2,000 courses to choose from. IT professionals make use of this service regularly, but it's worth using if you are starting from scratch as well.

Codeacademy might be another trusted source to try if you want to learn to write commands for your computer and give it special functions from the base level.

The next thing to do in your lessons, after some private trials with these would be to try out what you’ve learnt.

Private tutorials will not only guide you through the steps you need to know in order to master what is inside your computer, both in terms of software and hardware, but also give you the confidence of knowing you can really do it. 

It can make a new user panic when they see something flash on the screen in red from a spam website, or they accidentally delete 1,500 words from a word document. Knowing that you need to be patient is one of the most crucial parts of working with a tutor.

Moreover, this person can set you challenges that you may not know to do yourself since the internet is so big and wide that it's very easy to get lost or not know how to have a fulfilling time.

When it comes to higher levels, the actual theory that they can present you with will come in the form of real problems, that the above-mentioned websites will be able to complement perfectly when you decide to learn in your own time.

You might decide you want to do your lessons in a public place like a library for the sense of community spirit, but also a sense of security for yourself.

Seniors might associate learning with this place in particular, so if you're going to do it in a group then consider here. Likewise, if you want to take private lessons, the library is still a good place but might be a little noisy.

Consider inviting the tutor to your home if you really want to focus on specific equipment and skills. For students who are more confident, this is a good idea as the instructor will be able to show you the features of your computer directly.

Online tutoring for those who are confident might be the way to go for those who require really niche knowledge in their subject. Studying with an expert overseas or elsewhere in Australia is now viable thanks to this.

On Superprof, there is a free first session or hour with your tutor to see if you match, so check out the wide variety of professionals on offer to get the most out of your computer-based learning.

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