Ramco Software Training


Ramco Software Training

509 Olive Way
Seattle WA 98101
(206) 292-4914
Online and instructor-led computer training classes in Seattle and Tacoma. E-learning in Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Project, Access and Adobe Acrobat, InDesign, and Photoshop delivered in Seattle and Tacoma WA. Whether you are a training coordinator needing to increase staff productivity or an IT professional charged with a new project using computer software you can't even spell, we have innovative solutions for you. As your technology training partner, we help you identify software training goals, set up online training, hands-on classes, or demo-style seminars to achieve those goals, coordinate your registrations, and deliver a comprehensive, needs-based curriculum centered on your company's specific training requirements. With RAMCO's expertise implementing and managing a structured computer training plan, you can relax with confidence that you are meeting your company and individual training objectives. Online Training Classes - RAMCO Live Online training offers a unique platform for class delivery. The virtual classroom interface is very user friendly and allows interaction with the instructor and other students similar to the experience of classroom training. You can even see the instructor in real time through the instructor's webcam! Open enrollment class dates are listed on our web site and private group training can be scheduled for groups. Training coordinators can take advantage of this training option for workers in far-flung locations or those who may have difficulty getting away from the office for training. Open Enrollment Seminars - Conducted in our own computer training centers in Seattle, Tacoma, and Renton, Washington, regularly scheduled seminars are offered to individuals on a wide variety of software applications including Microsoft Office; Windows 2000 Server installation, administration, and network management; and Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, PageMaker, and Illustrator. We offer more levels than any other computer training organization for many software products. Most computer training seminars are one day in length (8:30am-4:30pm); the Windows 2000 Server seminars run up to five days. Each student works on his/her own computer and receives a reference manual to take with him/her. Corporate Group Computer Training - If you have a number of students who need computer training on the same software, call for information on group training sessions. We can come to your site or conduct your seminar at one of our computer training centers in Seattle, Tacoma, Renton, Washington. We provide training to large groups throughout the Northwest including Everett, Bellevue, Washington, Alaska, Portland, and other parts of Oregon. Our training consultants are experts at evaluating your software training needs and assisting you in customizing the topics for your class at no extra charge. Contact us today for information and pricing. Small Group Computer Training - One-on-one and small group computer training sessions are available on a variety of topics or software applications. We provide training to small groups throughout the Northwest including Seattle, Tacoma, Renton, Everett, and Bellevue, Washington, Alaska, Portland, and other parts of Oregon.
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