W3 Consulting provides several different kinds of learning opportunities for audiences all over the United States, including seminars, workshops, in-house trainings, one-to-one training, telephone workshops (“telinars”) and Web-based training (“Webinars”). Here you can see what we’re up to and where we’ll be next if you’d like to come learn and grow on the Web with us!

 

W3 WORKSHOPS
These are fee-based workshops open to everyone.

We will be posting the workshops series for 2014 shortly!

 

W3 WEBINARS
These are (mostly free) Webinars open to everyone.

12/12/13 @ 12:15PM EST – Creation, Collaboration, Sharing and Storage in the Cloud (free)

 

W3 TELINARS
These are fee-based telephone workshops dedicated to teaching users about their mobile devices. Each attendee must be screened to join the various telinar groups to make sure you’re in the right group.

We’ll be publishing these groups soon.

 

ONE-TO-ONE / GROUP TRAINING

Do you have a question that you just cannot seem to get a good answer by Googling it? Is it about the Web (Web 1.0, Social Web (Web 2.0), Mobile Web, Local Web), digital communications, electronics, Web programming and development? Then, you’ve come to the right place! W3 Consulting’s Training division can walk you through basic Web browsing to understanding the complexities of Twitter, LinkedIn Company profiles and Facebook Pages administration. We provide training sessions via Skype (Skype accounts/software are free and available in Windows/Mac OS versions). This allows us to talk, see each other and share computer screens all at the same time, so that you can sit comfortably at your computer and learn with a W3 Consulting Training Specialist.

Select how many hours you need or a package that works for you and click “Buy now” to start the payment and scheduling process.

Hourly + Packages

Please note that when you get to the payment page, you can pay via PayPal® account, BillMeLater®, major debit or credit cards (VISA/MC/DISCOVER/AMEX – just click on the “Don’t have a PayPal account?” link to open the debit/credit card option.

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