About Us...

In a Nutshell Computer Services Inc.

Computer training in effective use of office applications especially that "Swiss Army Knife" of office applictions - Excel.
Computer support for small businesses in troubleshooting software problems and networks
Custom Access database development in a training/coaching environment

We provide the following services:

Software Training

On-site corporate training and workshops

Assistive technology software training for special education teachers, parents and students

Customizable private software training

Class notes  and exercise file sets provide support as attendees work through software concepts. 

Our resource set comes in handy during and after training. 

Our goal is to enhance the efficiency of users and reduce their frustration.  Time is $$$$...

Small Business and Professional Office Support

Software support: on-site or via Internet remote access / telephone. Technicians  are available for troubleshooting of computers and networks.

Backup strategies, Website and email support


Development of database solutions in Access in training/coaching environment


Fact: Online corporate computer training is not well suited for certain learning styles as well as the computer challenged person
         It assumes concepts and skills they may not possess. Navigating online courses may be stressful.
         It assumes a comfort level they do not possess.
         It may be much too fast.
         It may not be relevant to their needs.

Fact: Valuable staff are less effective without good computer skills.

Fact: It is more cost effective to train staff in new skills than to terminate and rehire.

Fact: Computer challenged staff are often embarrassed to train with more literate peers.

Larry Duncan, Director

Larry has been involved in computing and computer education since 1986. This teaching experience and insight into adult learning has helped him develop superior methods to get you the computer proficiency you need FAST.

Our Guiding Principles

1) KISS - Keep It Simple Smarty!
2) Start from the known.
3) Relate terms and examples to concepts that your students already understand.
4) Use it or lose it! Teach something useful that students will use later! Students will reinforce their learning when they repeat and extend classroom projects.

Do you want to?

Become an independent learner of computer skills? 

Start using computer technology NOW?

Add computer technology skills to your RESUME? 


Make TODAY your new beginning...




This page updated in Dec. 2018