Remote Microsoft Training made easy

Microsoft teams training for educators

Microsoft Teams can be used to create collaborative class spaces, provide a virtual meeting platform, facilitate learning with assignments and feedback, and lead live calls with students.

Microsoft Training for Students

With the entire globe weathering COVID-19, students are forced to adapt to a new normal. Mircosoft Teams allow students to continue traditional education through remote learning from wherever the student is.

Micrisoft Teams Training For Corporate

Microsoft Teams is an asset to corporate organizations. The remote app allow corporate teams to have meetings in and out the board room or office.

Mircrosoft Training for Parents

We teach parents the foundation of Mircosoft Teams. Parents will know how to help keep students engaged, and help their child achieve satisfaction academic performance in spite of learning remotely. Parents are wrapped with supports and provided material.

Choose the perfect plan

For most, hands-on training led by an instructor is the most effective way to learn. As the demand for in-person training has declined and travel budgets have been reduced due to COVID-19, we created Remote Classroom Instruction as a solution.


Mircosoft Teams Training Small Group

  • Includes 8 Members
  • Follow Up Support
  • 5 Interactive Sessions
  • Course Materials


Microsoft Teams Training Professional Cadre

  • Includes 10 Members
  • 5 Interactive Sessions
  • Course Materials
  • 60-Day Teams Access


Microsoft Teams Training 1 on 1

  • 1 On 1 Training
  • 5 Interactive Sessions
  • Course Materials
  • Follow Up Support

Frequently asked questions

Microsoft Teams is a messaging app for teams where all conversations, meetings, files, and notes can be accessed by everyone, all in one place. It’s a place for collaboration and work to happen in the open. Microsoft Team’s interface is reminiscent of social media chat clients, like Facebook or Google Hangouts.

Teams are collections of people, content, and tools that center around different projects and jobs within an organization. In Microsoft Teams, team members can have conversations and share files, notes, and more.

We teach step-by-step instructions for creating a team and adding members.

Channels are great because they allow teammates to have focused conversations about specific topics. Every team has its own set of channels (starting with the General channel), and the members of that team get to decide what they want the rest of their channels to focus on. Some channels are devoted to specific classes, projects, initiatives, and locations. Some are for different areas of interest, updates, or discussion topics. Some channels are just for fun! Every channel belonging to a team is completely public to all the team members, so everyone can feel free to join in a channel conversation.

Team channels are places where everyone on the team can have open conversations. Private chats are only visible to those people in the chat.

Team meetings are a quick and easy way for people in a channel to go from a conversation to an impromptu meeting. Anyone from the team can join. Team meetings include audio, video, and screen sharing. You always have a meeting space, and you’ll never need a room or projector.

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