- Teaches students:
- and Ages 15 to 85
- Teaching since:
- January 1995
I enjoy helping people learn how to work with computers (Mac or PC). I have been teaching for 15+ years, and work comfortably with beginners, seniors and business clients.
I am often told I am a very patient teacher. I adapt my teaching style to each student and I can provide printed instructions for you to use after our computer lessons. I can help you learn what you need to know to use a computer: for work, for school or for yourself.
I have been teaching QuickBooks at universities, community colleges and small businesses for more than 15 years (QuickBooks for PC, Mac, and QuickBooks Online).
I have taught Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word (for both Windows and Apple/Mac computers) for many years. I also have quite a bit of experience teaching MS Access, MS Project, MS Visio, MS Publisher, and Adobe InDesign, Adobe Dreamweaver, HTML for web pages, and Filemaker Pro.
Beginning QuickBooks and Accounting Basics (12 sessions), Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development.
Teaching computer-related courses.
Taught QuickBooks classes for participating employees of small businesses in New York City.
This license is given to business and career school teachers who have completed the requirements for teaching expertise and subject matter experience.
This license was renewed in June of 2017.
This license authorizes me to teach in proprietary schools in the State of New York.
She relates to the issues and discusses clearly how to engage in setting up and using quickbooks.
The session was a nice beginning with lots of basic foundation information about QB. Look forward to the next session.
My Excel lesson with Liz was custom-tailored to my requests and I found our time well spent and informative. I was able to ask questions, explore specific areas and came away with a better knowledge of how to accomplish my goals in Excel. The TakeLessons experience was a great value!+ Read More
Liz is an excellent instructor. it took a little while to diagnose my problem, but i think we accomplished it.
hopefully next time tell the story.