ONLC Training Centers has re-opened many of our 300+ training centers, and we are taking added measures to protect our students and employees—see our health & safety policy. Whether you're under a "stay home" order or need to maintain social distance out and about, it doesn't mean you have to stop learning. You can still be productive and use this time to further your computer skills and knowledge with these ONLC options—some new, some tried and true:
Live Classes from Home
Attend our live, instructor-led classes from the comfort of your own home. It's the same great learning experience. ONLC pioneered remote classroom instruction over a decade ago and the setup is really easy. See setup videos .
A Jump on Microsoft Teams
Turning to Microsoft Teams to meet and collaborate while working remotely? Our Teams KickStart includes a private group training session (up to 8 attendees), quick reference card (QRC) plus 1x1 deskside support. Learn more .
On-Demand Self-study Classes
Can't attend training during business hours or prefer to study on your own? ONLC On-Demand is your answer. These self-study courses let you learn new programs and further your skills on your schedule, at your own pace. See ONLC On-Demand Titles .
Take Class After-Hours
Our After-Hours schedule lets students attend live, instructor-led training at night. Most courses are just 2-4 evenings which you attend from home using your own equipment. After-Hours training is interactive and hands-on. See After-Hours Training .
Microsoft Teams Classes
Using Microsoft Teams? We have classes: Introduction to get you started; Power User for those who will lead and support; Managing and Deploying Teams for Administrators. Classes are live, instructor-led you can attend from home. See Teams Training .
1x1 Remote Deskside Support
Sometimes a small block of time with a consultant is all you need. With Remote Deskside Support (RDS) you can schedule a time to work directly with one of our product specialists to learn a new feature, solve a problem and so on! Check out RDS