toby17 Posted November 14, 2017 Share Posted November 14, 2017 I'm a power user of a number of workplace software. Years ago, I worked part time teaching evening classes in Word and Excel. As a result, people always turn to me for IT help - not the kind of help you get from helpdesk but help using actual programs. (I can also fix a lot of computer hardware problems.) I also have a lot of patience with people while they're having computer issues and showing them how to do what they're trying to do. How can I make this into a career? I'd like to be self-employed one day. This is one of my passions and I'd like to figure out I could turn this into a viable job. The only problem is I don't see anyone paying for this service ie. paying for me to come to their company and show their employee advanced techniques, or be on call when their employees need assistance. People understand IT help desk and they understand external training/workshops. Does anyone know of any company that offers this kind of service now? Thx Link to comment
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