Learning Gate offers many courses for IT Certification and Office Skills. These courses would be good to look into for your high school student, college student, or for yourself to learn something new!
While Learning Gate’s courses are not free, they are affordable at $25/month (with no long-term committment) for access to all of the courses. You’ll have Unlimited Access to a full library of LIVE WebClasses and OnDemand Instructor-Led training covering topics such as Online Marketing, Project Management, Executive Strategy, QuickBooks, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite and much more!
For Homeschoolers: The internet isn’t going away, so it’s wise to give our high schoolers and new homeschool (or any school) graduates knowledge about popular office programs like Microsoft Office, and popular photography and publishing programs such as Adobe Creative Suite (CS6).
For You: If you’re going back to the work field after homeschooling the kids for years, or if you work a side job, you will be much more valuable to an employer (and worth more in pay, I hope!) by knowing how to work with programs like QuickBook.
You have the choice of paying $25/month or $250/year (that’s like getting two months free). When you consider what we all have paid for curriculum, that’s a good deal for so many courses. I have not personally used Learning Gate’s courses yet, as I was only recently introduced to them, so I’ll be checking them out alongside you.
From the site’s positive testimonials, active social media networks, and their frequent updates, I think Learning Gate is definitely a membership site to consider for office, computer, and IT learning.
If you would like more information about Learning Gate’s courses, visit their home page.
Helpful tip: To view the Course Outlines and a Course Demo of the available courses, scroll down the home page and click on the course that interests you.
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