- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
- Teaches students:
- and Ages 18 to 70
- Teaching since:
- January 2010
Hello, my name is Luc, I have been teaching Business, Management and Computer classes at local colleges here in South Florida since 2012. I helped hundreds of college students and professionals reach their learning goals with private lessons. I am currently available to teach lessons at your home / my office studio and online. I love helping my students and they enjoyed my teaching.
I am still learning and improving my skills from my association with successful business owners. I attended Florida Atlantic University where I graduated in 2010 in Business Administration. As an expert in teaching, Business Management, and Computer Technology, I look forward to helping you my new or returning student achieve your goals. My teaching style is very hands-on, participative and exciting. I emphasize learning through empowerment. You will feel more confident and excited about the subject you are learning whether it’s Operations Management, MS Excel, Word or PowerPoint you will love it.
Click on the green button to book your class with me… You will be glad you did or your money back!
See you soon!
Business & Management
Others, on demand
The Association of Florida Colleges was founded in 1949 as the Florida Association of Public Junior Colleges by the presidents of Florida's first four public junior colleges. Its mission was to unite the colleges for the purposes of helping the Florida Legislature understand the junior college mission and to advocate for Florida's public junior colleges in the development of the state's long-range plan for higher education. Since 1949, the Association's mission and purposes have grown in scope as has the Association itself. In 1971, the Association became the Florida Association of Community Colleges. The Association changed its name to the Association of Florida Colleges in 2010 to reflect the growth in many colleges to include baccalaureate degree programs and institutional name changes. It has become the most inclusive higher education organization serving any college system in the nation. The AFC is the only organization which represents all employees, presidents, and trustees associated with a college system. Today, all 28 of the state's colleges support the work of the Association through institutional dues as do nearly 8,500 regular and retired members through the sharing of their talents, time and energy.+ Read More