Training

Overview

Training with MacCafé is a great way to help refine your skills and knowledge of your Mac, whether you are a novice or an experienced user looking to do more. We offer a range of knowledge, from leaning/utilizing the Operating System, to programs such as the Microsoft Office Suite, iLife Suite, and the iWork Suite. Assistance with additional peripherals such as printer/scanner set-up, monitor, or even iPad training is also available.

Pricing

If you bring your computer/device for training at MacCafé, the cost is $55.00 per hour. If you would prefer the trainer to come to you, the cost is $95.00 per hour. If you would like us to train more than one person at a time, call/e-mail for price options.


Training Staff


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Todd Cotten, todd@mac-cafe.com

Todd is a certified Apple technician, but also has experience teaching at the higher education level. He specializes in Adobe software for graphic/web design, as well as audio recording programs such as Protools and Logic Pro.  

 

 

Training Staff

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