If you are not able to attend any of our courses, you may be interested in doing a WordPress Webinar where I can train you remotely, as part of a small group, over the internet. The webinars include several hours of training over a whole morning or afternoon and include some one-to-one time too.
If you prefer to instead receive exclusively one-to-one training, there are various options for how we do this. The best method uses a combination of phone call and screen sharing via Skype.
I can go through all the essentials of my WordPress training course in just two hours. This is usually best split into two sessions of around an hour each. This gives you the chance to practice in between.
I can alternatively cover all the topics of my advanced course, in these two hours.
If you are somewhere between a beginner and an experienced WordPress user or have any particular requirements, this option will also be perfect for you. I can do a pick-and-mix combination of my basic and advanced courses or cover any other features of WordPress that you wish to know about.
The price is the same as my regular course, just £145. This includes all the same extras, such as a new WordPress website, 12 months of hosting, all training materials, course notes and user manual.
This one-to-one online training can be bespoke and tailored to you. We can focus on the aspects of WordPress most important to you. We can skim through or skip altogether any aspects which you already know or that do not interest you. This leaves more time to cover exactly what you want to.
If you would like to discuss this with Toby first, please contact me here.
You can buy the session now — paying by Invoice & Bank Transfer or by PayPal. After payment, just contact me here suggesting at least a couple of weekday dates that suit you, when I am not running a public WordPress course, as listed here. I will reply to confirm one of these.
Try and have Skype running and up to date before the session. Failing that, there are other interactive online and screen sharing tools we can use, such as Join.me or TeamViewer: all you need is a good web browser – ideally Chrome or Firefox.