accomplished professional has provided outstanding educational and systems development
expertise for the Computer Training Group's customers since the mid 1990s. Several
of our corporate and government clients rely on, and utilize, his expertise on
a consistent basis. In addition to the services he provides for our clientele,
he is the principle of his own software development company. A talented educator,
he is a Lecturer in Extension at Harvard University and UC Berkeley teaching courses
in systems technology. He has also authored database design materials published
exclusively by and for Harvard University.
For seminars of greater
than 12 students or at the request of a client, the Computer Training Group can
employ a classroom facilitator. This is a second, floating instructor who supports
the lead trainer running the class. This practice is valuable not only in larger
classes, but when, due to logistical restraints, an employer is forced to put
students together who may not have exactly the same level of prerequisite aptitude.
One on one telephone support is provided within the parameters
of each course curriculum.
Computer Training Group only hires the most effective trainers. Our vast network
encompasses leaders in nearly all fields of technical expertise. Our trainers
have all achieved success in the corporate world as well as in academic environments.
More than being solely educators, they are all working on their own projects in
the corporate arena. This keeps them at the cutting edge of their IT specialties.
More than "professional instructors", they are "professionals who
instruct". Their experience positions them to provide training focused on
real world results for your staff. A sample from a bio of one of our instructors
reads as follows: