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Course: Touch Typing Techniques

Touch Typing Techniques

  • Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App
About this Course

The course consists of Four main sections : 

  • The Three Rows: where you will know the basic rows of the keyboard, the original position of your fingers on the keyboard, and how to move them through keys to type very fast and efficiently
  • Symbols & Numbers: where you will learn how to type numbers and symbols using the same rules and principles in the previous section therefore, it should be easy
  • Practice: this is the most important section, I will add and mention other tools such as online websites and software that will assist you in your typing practice. With a variety of resources to choose from, you have the luxury of choice. With the tips and resources I mention within this section, the hardest words and statements will become easy to type
  • Notes: general notes and tips that will help you in practicing and keep you healthy 

I use both of a live recording and screen recording to ensure maximum understand. 

I assure you that by practicing your typing speed will be at least 60 Words Per Minute and of course you can do more by more practicing

Basic knowledge
  • No previous knowledge is required, just patience and practice
  • Tools: Computer and Keyboard
What you will learn

After finishing this course you will:

  • Be able to understand the concept of Touch Typing and its techniques
  • Be able to type correctly and efficiently
  • Be able to type quickly and accurately
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 20
Common duration: 00:32:22
Introduction
  • Intro & Welcome  
  • How to use this course  
The Three Rows
  • Homerow  
  • G & H Keys  
  • Toprow  
  • T & Y Keys  
  • Bottomrow  
  • B and N letters  
Symbols & Numbers
  • Space Key  
  • Shift Key  
  • Caps lock Key  
  • Numbers & Symbols  
  • Rest of keys  
Practice
  • Useful tools & websites  
  • Indent  
  • Common patterns  
  • Tricky words  
Important notes
  • Do's and Dont's  
  • Get a break  
  • Muscle memory  
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