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The Certstaffix Training blog features free information about topics related to computer training and business skills that we teach in our instructor-led and eLearning classes. We offer training for both individuals and groups.

 

How do you become a QuickBooks certified bookkeeper?

Becoming a bookkeeper can be one of the smartest career choices a math-lover and record-keeper can make. In recent years, this profession has seen steady growth in both the small business and corporate spheres. After determining that they have the personality and skills to pursue the profession, prospective bookkeepers need to learn the ropes of the industry and prepare for jobs by educating themselves. Read More ...

Excel Basics: What Can it Do, and How Can You Use it? A Guide to Excel for Beginners

Grids and ledgers have always been an integral part of good business operations. Luckily, we live in an age that makes keeping track of numbers easy for business owners and employees, as long as they know how to operate an indispensable piece of software called Excel. Read More ...

Astronomy: Computer Software Games for Kids

There's a lot more to the universe than just planet Earth. Astronomy is a field of study covering the entire universe, from giant planets to the tiniest flow of energy. The sun is the center of the solar system. Astronomers named this massive star Sol, which is where we get the word solar. Over the course of 4.5 billion years, the solar system has formed into what it is today, part of a galaxy filled with gases, dust, and billions of stars. Read More ...

Computer Accessibility Guide for Disabled Users

The world of computers opens up a wide range of possibilities for people of all ages. Through the use of computers we can create web pages and blogs to inform and entertain others, we can use computers to make our lives easier and we can use computers at our job to make our work easier. However, to use computers most people need use of all of their senses. This makes it difficult for people with disabilities to enjoy the convenience of computers and the web. Read More ...

Computer and Internet Safety for Kids

When you use a computer, there are a lot of fun things that you can do. The Internet is a great place to find and play games or chat with your friends. Sometimes, you might even need to use the Internet for school. But the Internet isn't always a fun or safe place. It can also be dangerous or scary, and it can even hurt your feelings and make you sad. That's because people sometimes go online and do bad things. Read More ...

Educational Computer Games for Kids

Computer and video games were not originally designed with education in mind. Over the years such games have gotten a bad reputation as distracting kids from more important things such as school. Studies, however, have shown that video and computer games can help kids learn and develop essential skills that will help with academic achievement. Read More ...

Computer Coding for Kids

As technology continues to change over the years, new types of training become necessary. This is very true for kids today, who are growing up in a time where everything is done on a computer, tablet, or smartphone. While most kids know how to use computers from a young age, there is a lot more to know about computers. Read More ...

Computer Training - Keyboarding for Kids Resource Page

Keyboarding is one of the most useful activities that adults and children can use. It is something that can be used for using computers, word processing, texting, and a host of other technology-related tasks. Keyboarding is basically the knowledge of the keyboard layout and the ability to use all ten fingers in using the keyboard. Read More ...

An Everyday Guide to Computer Safety

The internet offers many ways to connect with friends, research places to visit, and find out the latest news. Aside from the millions of websites and things to do, the internet can become a pitfall for common users looking to occupy their time. Read More ...

JavaScript Guide for Beginners

Netscape founder Marc Andreessen wanted a language Web programmers and designers could use that would allow the coding for images and plugins to be written directly in the Web page markup and display neatly on a computer screen. Read More ...

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