Training is the key to keeping
your Computer Systems and Staff working in a productive
way to meet your business needs. Training is one of
the last resources companies exercise after spending
thousands of dollars on their computer systems. It is
often left out of yearly & project budgets. After
spending thousands of dollars up-front on their systems
most companies don't realize that with just a little
more money they can achieve the most out of their computer
systems. The new systems they bought, loose value rapidly
without the proper training. The Total Cost of Ownership
can be minimized in the long run with proper training.
Please contact us for more info.
You Ask We Train:
You tell us what you want to learn and
we will create a class for yuo.
An introduction to the PC, including
the basic hardware and how the internal components work
together. You will learn about Motherboards, CPU Speeds,
Random Access Memory (RAM), Graphic Cards, Sound cards,
Microphones, Modems and Keyboards and how to perform
Here we go into much more detail than
the PC Basics. We will cover the Motherboard in a much
greater detail (Chip Sets, Slot Configuration, etc.),
What parts to buy and how to find them. We have most
of the leg work done for you! When your done with this
class you will be able to buy and build your own PC
The Windows operating system will be
covered. Identifying icons on the desktop as well and
creating and deleting icons will be discussed. How to
store files so yuo can eaisly find them. Under standing
the many option that windows has built-in for custom
configurations. Manipulating hardware and software through
Windows will be explained as well.
Windows Advance Training, here
we will go into much more detail than Windows Basics.
We will cover Troubleshooting, Networking, Control Panel,
Security, Ugrading, Patching, Operating System Installation
& Backup and Recovery.
Learn how to create a Document, modify
it, copy and paste text from one Document to another,
insert text and pictures or other graphics. Saving and
recalling Documents will be covered as well as converting
a Word Document into another format, as well as Mail
Merge & Pre-designed Templates.
Learn how to create a Spreadsheet, modify
it, copy and paste from one Spreadsheet to another,
insert Text, Pictures, and Graphs. Row, Column and Cell
formatting and linking, etc...
Microsoft Power Point
Learn the basics of creating your own
Graphical Presentation. Great for Sales Pitches, Meetings,
So, what's the big deal about cable
modems and DSL? What are these things? In this course
you will learn about basic networking techniques. Different
methods of connecting to the Internet will be covered
as well as basic Local Area Network (LAN) topics. Including
network cards, switches & routers.
Advanced Network Administration
Learn the Advanced Network Administration.
Server Hardware and Software, Configuration, Hard Disk
Technologies (RAID), Operating System Installation,
Networking, DNS, WINS, DHCP, Printers, System Policies,
Shared Storage, backup and Recovery, etc..
Robert B. Ganz, MCSE
Graduate of Indiana University and Purdue
Teaching assistant at both Universities. Has instructed
many Students and Facility at the University of Chicago
Hospitals and RUSH University as well. His qualifications
and experience with Windows Network and Desktop Operating
Systems makes him a great instructor for your IT Staff
or the Office Manager acting as your Network Administrator.
Dr. Judy A. Serwatka
Associate Professor of Information Systems
and Computer Programming, Purdue University Calumet
Dr. Serwatka has taught basic and advanced computer
and networking courses for 17 years at Purdue University
Calumet. Prior to her career at the University, Dr.
Serwatka spent 14 years in the information technology
field, including 6 years as a Systems Engineer at Bethlehem
Steel. She is the author of a textbook, Business Data
Communications. The third edition of this text was published
in December 2000.
Business Data Communications
Concepts and Techniques
An introductory text in business data communications
which includes the latest developments in networking
technology. It features Internet Projects as well
as a Focus On feature to highlight industry leaders,
and NetLinks to provide the students with Web
links for additional information.
The world of data communications
changes very rapidly. This book covers such new
topics as Bluetooth, EDGE, 3G and SyncML. A new
chapter on network security has been added to
this edition. e-Business applications are also
discussed in a separate chapter. Wireless technologies
are given a great emphasis in the book.
Format: Paper, 352
Retail Price: $71.95