Find the core problem with techniques used by professional tech support people
This course is a departure from some of my others. It's not about ProPresenter, although I do talk about computers and software.
It's not about hardware, although I do talk about it.
It's not about mindset, although I do touch on that, too.
This is a course on troubleshooting. You might think that's a boring topic, but you'd be wrong. This is all about giving you more time to spend doing what you want to do and spend time with your family.
Simple, when something goes wrong, I'm going to give you the exact techniques I used when I worked in tech support, talking to hundreds of professional AV installers, on a daily basis.
In this course, you'll learn how to determine which component is the problem. You'll learn the steps to take to eliminate information you don't need, that may actually be short-circuiting the process.
You'll also learn common mistakes that can sabotage your process before you even start.
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Paul Alan Clifford started doing church tech in 2000, when projectors were cutting edge and PowerPoint was the closest thing to worship software that most churches had. He writes a monthly column for ChurchProduction.com, and occasionally for their print edition as well. You can also find his articles in Technologies for Worship, and on ChurchTechToday and ChurchM.ag.
Each week, he publishes multiple audio podcasts and videos on TrinityDigitalMedia.com, his ministry's website.
You can find his books Podcasting Church, Tweeting Church, The Serving Church, Church Video School, and others on Amazon.