About TechHelp Ottawa
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TechHelp Ottawa also specializes in setting up, installing and troubleshooting operating systems and software applications on Mac™ & Apple® Products.
TechHelp also excels at website and print design as well as desktop publishing. Whether it's a simple business card, menu or brochure or a sophisticated corporate magazine or website, we design the layout and arrange the printing or publishing.
Our clients include: Government of Canada; Lee Valley Tools; Retired Teachers of Ontario; Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA); Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany; Ishaka Cultural Group; Sweet Grass Records; Lutheran Church Eastern Synod; Rideau Ferry Harbour; The Buzz Kitchen + Cocktails; Heritage North Museum; etc.
Who Is TechHelp Ottawa?
Stuart holds B.of S.Sc. and B.of Ed. degrees and has earned a Specialist in Special Education. Stuart maintains his qualifications as an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT). As such, he is a member in good standing of the Ontario College of Teachers.
Stuart holds an “Apple Authorized Training Certificate of Achievement,” and in July of 2012 he applied to Apple® Inc. and was offered a position at an Ottawa area Apple Store. Stuart also holds a Level II Certificate in SMARTboard™ training.
Besides his education and technology experience, Stuart has worked as a newspaper and radio reporter, radio producer, a "gaffer" on commercial film shoots, and as a political staffer for several years on Parliament Hill. He is originally from Northern Manitoba.
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A Sampling of our Clients
He also designed and currently hosts a community website.
For five year Stuart volunteered with District 27 of the Retired Teaches of Ontario as co-editor and design artist for their corporate magazine, Horizons 27, and designed their logos, recruitment brochures, and other publications.
"During the 2008 Government of Canada charitable campaign, a number of fund-raising efforts were made in our Department. Although each one was as innovative as the other, one particular project stood out in our sector: the production of a calendar with photos of management members, which was very successful and generated a tidy sum. This project would not have been possible without the invaluable volunteer contribution of TechHelp Ottawa. Because we did not have a production budget, they graciously designed a custom layout and produced a beautiful calendar in record time and at no charge, and for this we are very grateful. Thank you!"
Nicole L., Federal Civil Service