...a whopping 11 hours of professional instruction at just under $40 for the DVD. That’s nearly twice the training at roughly half the cost of most other Windows 7 training videos currently available.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) April 1, 2010
Released this week, the Windows 7 Levels 1 and 2 training videos from VideoTrainingPro.com offer a whopping 11 hours of professional instruction at just under $40 for the DVD. That’s nearly twice the training at roughly half the cost of most other Windows 7 training videos currently available. Users can choose from Flash or Windows Media Video format for optimal viewing, and the videos even include instruction to prepare viewers to certify to Windows 7.
Unlike most Windows training videos, the Windows 7 training videos from VideoTrainingPro.com are taught by a Certified Microsoft Office Trainer. Dream Force President Kirt Kershaw has been certifying on Microsoft products for the last decade, and he uses the full range of his talents and experience -- including training large companies on Microsoft products and performing Off Broadway -- to make all his training videos interesting, engaging and highly effective.
“At Dream Force, we believe Microsoft training videos shouldn’t be dull, expensive and taught by people who are not actually Certified Microsoft Office Trainers,” Kershaw explained. “Our Windows 7 training videos, like all our Microsoft Office training videos, give the viewer a thorough understanding of the subject at a price that’s affordable for just about everyone.”
The Windows 7 training videos from VideoTrainingPro.com start with an exploration of the Windows 7 operating system and work up from there. In 131 separate video segments, Kershaw explains everything from customizing the Windows 7 desktop to network basics and improving system performance. The videos also take a close look at new features, including libraries, jump lists, desktop gadgets, desktop slide shows and aero effects.
“In creating our new Windows 7 training videos, Dream Force worked hard to ensure there is plenty of instruction suitable for novices and experienced users alike,” Kershaw stated. “We are excited to help people become comfortable using all the robust features available within the Windows 7 operating system.”
The Windows 7 training videos from Dream Force are available for purchase or download at http://www.videotrainingpro.com/Windows-7-Videos.html and at Amazon.com. Learn more about the entire line-up of low-cost Microsoft Office training videos at http://www.videotrainingpro.com.
About Dream Force, LLC
Founded in 2002, Dream Force is dedicated to making inexpensive training videos taught by a Certified Microsoft Office Trainer. Up next for the company is a set of training videos on Microsoft Office 2010, slated to begin filming after the software’s release in June. The company maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Dream Force, LLC