TUTORING & MENTORSHIP

All engagements are further refined to suit individual needs and goals and are based on a sliding scale.

 

FORMAT

In-person tutoring provides a hands-on element working with class materials such as computer components, computer hardware repair, and setting up a wireless network.  This can be replicated in remote sessions and materials will be delivered to the student for use in our sessions.  Sessions can occur at your convenience and frequency, but not less than once per week.

 

BEGINNER 1:1  OR GROUP TUTORING

Min. 4 sessions

Ages 8-16 (Groups of Like Ages, Max. 4)

  • Intended to foster a proclivity or interest in computers or computing components.

  • Instills foundational concepts taught at a high level to relate internet and computing principles with real-world situations and awareness. 

  • Students will learn internet security, connectivity concepts, and computer operation.

  • Prepares students to pursue computer science degrees or roles in any industry with introduction of foundational concepts.

  • In addition to useful troubleshooting and identification skills, students will be able to distinctly associated networking and connectivity, hardware and devices, and software/internet services and security.

Tutoring Session
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INTERMEDIATE 1:1 OR SMALL GROUP

Min. 6 Sessions

Ages 15-18 (Groups of Like Ages, Max. 2)


  • ​Consolidates existing experience/hobbies into a cohesive direction.

  • Provides guidance for higher education direction.

  • Provides entry-level computer repair skillset.

  • Option to target entry-level certifications: Comptia A+ or Network+

1:1 - ADVANCED, CAREER ORIENTED, MENTORSHIP

Any Number of Sessions

Any Age

  • Intended as career guidance, assistance navigating workplace etiquette, behavior, or expectations in IT, or study-based for a specific role or certification.

  • May include self-directed components such as researching and developing a strategy to achieve a goal.

  • Mentorship of existing IT Professionals to provide a sounding board, strategy sessions, career advancement, or serve a specific need not outlined here.

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EXPECTATIONS & HOW TO START

All engagements include homework to maintain student engagement and provide a benchmark for progress.

Specific deliverables will be outlined in the customized lesson plan. Students will be able to demonstrate completion of specific tasks associated with careers in IT.  These may include diagnosing a computer hardware issue and performing a repair, setting up a wireless network, and 

To begin, please contact Dave to schedule a call to discuss your needs using the Contact form or information provided at the bottom of this webpage

 

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