Apple Workshops and Classroom Training

Summer is over, and it's time for another round of Apple tech workshops. Here is what we have announced so far. 


iPads and iPhones Part 2 - Past the Nuts and Bolts - Thursday Nov 15 2-4 pm at The MAC

In the first IOS installment we focussed on the nuts and bolts of iCloud and your IOS device settings. In this workshop, we'll look closer at usability for your supercharged micro-computer, talking about the camera, mail, and individual native and 3rd party apps, games, productivity etc. Tickets and Details Here

December 20 - Intro To Mac Part 2 -  In this second installment of the Mac computer workshop series, we'll explore the native OSX applications, such as Mail, Safari, Photos, Contacts, Calendars and iTunes, as well as Preview, Quicktime etc.. Learn how to attach a photo to an email, how to create a group email message, how to create a photo album or playlist, effective web-surfing strategies, Bookmarks, etc.


Earlier workshops will be offered again in the new year (2019). Watch this space for dates and details

classroom training iPads, iPhones and the iCloud - What Can They Do and How?

Right now, there is more computing power in your back pocket than NASA used to put a man on the moon. One of the most common questions I get in the course of my daily work, is "What the heck is the iCloud, and what does it mean to me?" This 2 hour workshop sets out to explain what Cloud computing means, and how to put this advanced, but simple to use technology to work for you and your multiple devices. Learn to sync your contacts, your calendars, your music and your photos on all your Cloud capable devices.  Here is a link to the tickets.

Intro To Mac Part 1 - The Fundamentals of Your Mac Computer

In this two hour workshop, we’ll explore the rudiments of the Finder and System Preferences to better understand and organize your files. Time Machine Backups, basic folder structure, anti-virus and security options. Learn basic Mac and computer terminology, how to use the Sidebar and Desktop more effectively, best practices for maintenance and more. It’s recommended but not necessary that you bring your Mac laptop if possible. Here's a link to the tickets.


  • Hi Dan,What a difference!  My MacBook is working much faster now, and not getting hung up.  The newer OS and more memory really helped.Thank you.


  • Your expeditious replacement of my hard drive is very much appreciated. I had a little trouble restoring the system, but it's now working perfectly (and it seems to be a little faster).In my excitement I forgot to ask about warranty. What do I do?Thank You again

     Trevor W Jackson

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  • Hi Dan:

    Thank you so much for helping out with my urgent problem the other day, so promptly – and from the arena! I really did appreciate it (and was so impressed!).


  • Dan retrieved the iPhoto library I had deleted from my boyfriend's computer from a Time Machine backup I didn't even know we had. Thank you Dan, you saved my bacon!

  • Just a quick note to thank you again for coming by……this is working ever so much better. See you next month.
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    Al Z

  • Hi Dan,

    I picked up quite a few useful things in class even without a laptop, and enjoyed the course. Do please let me know if you decide to offer an intermediate level follow up. Thanks,


  • Hi Dan,

    It was great to meet you and thanks for your help, I love the dual screen and upgrades. I seem to have forgotten how to access the iphoto shots from the original iphoto and can only find the few new ones, can you re direct me.


  • Hi Dan, thanks for the January newsletter. I added my vote to you for "outstanding customer service".