You have to look at both the time and the money spent for what you have learned.
Just as important is whether you have learned what you actually need.
It is possible to take a computer class, learn a lot, and still not be able to apply it to your need. That is not effective training.
The Case for One-on-One
A good way to get cost-effective computer training that is often overlooked is one-on-one training. When you have a competent teacher you learn at your pace, exactly what you need to know.
You will often find that when the teacher clears up a mental block that you have had, the rest falls into place much easier and faster.
We offer a wide range of training , including one on one. So do check out our training section.