Whether you're a student, faculty or staff member, the LTS Training Center can help you or your class develop and advance highly sought after software skills--and the best part about this service is that it's completely FREE! Set up a virtual appointment today by contacting use via email at email@example.com
Hours during Fall and Spring semesters:
- Monday-Thursday: 9AM-5PM
- Friday: 9AM-12PM
Software Training Options
We offer three types of training experiences:
LTS Training Supported Software List
One-on-one, large group and workshops are offered for the following university supported software:
Data Managment & Analysis
- Microsoft Excel
Desktop Publishing & Document Design
- Adobe InDesign
- Adobe Acrobat Pro
- Microsoft Publisher
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Sway
Graphic & Digital Media
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- Microsoft Outlook
Video & Audio Editing
UW-Eau Claire Specific Software
- Microsoft Teams
- CampS (students only)
- Canvas (students only)
Note: SPSS questions should now be directed to CETL. However, they only support active faculty research projects, not course-related student projects.
Join the Team!
LTS SoftwareTraining Employment Opportunities
The LTS software trainers meet with students, faculty and staff to help teach them how to use university supported software, troubleshoot software issues, and help clients determine the best software to use to meet their goals. Training sessions are one-on-one and large group, so software trainers are excellent public speakers! Software trainers come from a wide-variety of majors and backgrounds, but have one thing in common: they love helping others!
What Do Software Trainers Do?
We meet with University faculty, staff, and students to provide the following support:
- One-on-one training sessions
- Large group training sessions
- Documentation creation/edits
- P-Drive extensions
- Troubleshooting software issues
- Explore new software
- Update software training guides
- Schedule training events
- Lead offered workshops (large group training sessions that are open to faculty, staff and students)
Why Should I Become a LTS Software Trainer?
Almost every profession will ask that you have some experience with software programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. But imagine if you could tell future employers you are an expert, and not just in Microsoft products, but in Adobe products, survey tools, and more! LTS Software Training allows students the opportunity to learn software, troubleshooting tactics, customer service, public speaking, technical writing, and other highly sought after skills. We do not require applicants to have any technical experience prior to employment; everything is learned on the job!
How Do I Become a Software Trainer?
Apply! A link to Handshake (the University's student employment search portal) is provided below. The position title you are looking for is: LTS Software Trainer.
Remember: You do not need to be in a specific major to work for LTS Software Training, or have a background in technology. Paid training is also provided! Promising applicants have expressed strong customer service, written and public speaking skills.