Make Money As A Computer Tutor!
by Rik Feeney
Includes plans for promoting your business lesson plan outlines and virtually everything you need to become a confident successful computer tutor!
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About the Book
Computer Tutor program is all about teaching people the fundamentals
of using computers. If you thought you had to know how to program
a computer or fix hardware problems, then you thought wrong. This
program is all about teaching the basics of using popular software
programs. Later, if you want, you can add more advanced training to
your list of computer courses.
Could you use an extra $500 to a $1000 each month. Depending on your
need, you can easily make this much each month and possibly more!
Let me give you some idea how easy this program is to initiate. Throughout
high school and into adult life I have primarily been a women's gymnastics
coach with delusions of creating the next Olympic champion. I had
been in the sport for nearly twenty-five years and was living paycheck
One day in the classic tradition of all rags to riches stories, I
lost my job as a gymnastics coach. I needed to do something to pay
the bills, and quick! A former supervisor and current friend suggested
that I teach people the basics of how to use computers and this program
Sally Struthers Is On the Phone! ("Something about your diploma?")
No, I never enrolled in any of those programs you see on TV. I learned
what I know about computers from the school of hard knocks and various
friends who are my computer gurus.
Basically, I learned all about Windows 3.1 and 95/98 as well as several
desktop publishing programs simply by using them over long periods
of time and trial and error.
Look In Your Own Back Yard
When my friend suggested I teach others how to use computers, I was
a bit nervous at first. I didn't think I knew enough to do it. Boy,
was I wrong. There are tons of people out there who have absolutely
no clue how to use a computer, much less turn it on.
So I put a classified ad in a local newspaper advertising myself as
a computer tutor who focused on teaching people the fundamentals of
using a computer. I would teach people how to navigate Windows, use
word processors and desktop publishing programs, as well as provide
each client with an introduction to the Internet and the World Wide
Web. These are the programs computer novices most want to learn.
Who Can Become A Computer Tutor?
Anyone who understands the basics of Windows (3.1, 95, 98 or the most
recent incarnation), word processing (and maybe some desktop publishing
skills), and who has the ability to access and surf the Internet (including
sending and receiving e-mail).
These people naturally include anyone who currently uses a computer
in their daily work like writers, secretaries, data processors, college
students, housewives, and many other professions!
The killer for me is almost every person I teach knows someone who
is proficient in the use of computers. The problem is these same co-workers,
spouses, children or friends don't have the patience to teach. I enjoy
teaching and working with other people (generally an important prerequisite
of this system) so I reap the benefit.
The Computer Tutor Course
Obviously, I can't tell you all the nuts and bolts of the package
here. I can tell you that within the course I supply you with everything
you need to know to promote your new business, including lesson plan
outlines for teaching, and a wealth of information to make you confident
and competent in your new business.
I easily make between $500 and $1000 a month depending on how many
clients I sign up. (I limit the number of clients I have so I can
focus on writing books which is my real passion.) You can easily do
the same or better.
What are you waiting for? Order your copy of "Make Money As A Computer
Tutor" now and begin a business where you set your own hours, determine
your rate of pay, take vacations when you want, and you can do it
all at your client's home or office, or the comfort of your home!
|About the Author
I trained as a gymnast throughout high school and into college at Temple University where I studied exercise physiology. Just out of high school, I opened the first of two private gymnastics clubs where I was the Owner, Director, and Head Coach of the business. Originally, I started off with a few articles to publishers of gymnastics magazines. My success in this area led me to write my first book "Gymnastics: A Guide for Parents and Athletes," which was published by Master's Press. Master's Press was recently acquired by NTC / Contemporary Books. in Indianapolis, Indiana. Since the Olympics in 1992 the book has been continuously available in most major bookstores. While getting published was a heady feeling, it didn't expand my wallet appreciably. In fact, when I saw what my publisher was making off the book, I decided to give publishing a go myself. My second book, "So You Want to Move Out? A Guide to Living on Your Own," was written and self-published under my new business - Richardson Publishing. The book has sold well over the past few years and was noticed by the American Library Association who selected it as a 1995 "Quick Pick" for the YALSA "Recommended Books for Reluctant Young Readers." "Move Out?" also received several excellent comments from other reviewers.