The remote and home working toolkit for beginners new

The remote and home working toolkit for beginners


  • A reasonably new computer

  • Internet connection of 5Mbps or better

  • A device with good a microphone and front-facing camera


COURSE NOTICE: This is course was intended to be completed by now, but due to work commitments the turnaround is going to longer than planned, so until the course is complete I am offering it free of charge .

If the course isn’t currently covering content you are expecting, please drop me a suggestion as I am still adding content in the next few weeks, and would love to know what content to prioritise.

Please go easy on the reviews in the meantime, I will be working as hard as I can to provide creative content for happy students :slight_smile:

Please Note: This is a new course and we will be adding content over the next few weeks. The final course will be between 2-3 hours of content. If you have any lecture requests for this course, feel free to leave us a message and we will add it if it is a good fit with our curriculum.

Whether you are a small business owner, part of a remote team, or a freelancer, you’ve probably heard of remote working by now. Video conferencing tools, live chat, cloud storage and screen recorders are not new options available to us, the technology has been around for many years. However, only recently has our networking and internet infrastructure caught up to ensure that we can now get as close to a seamless integration like never before.

I’m Elwyn Davies, founder of PixelHaze academy, and I have been harnessing various aspects of remote working for more than a decade, from using G Suite for email, cloud storage and collaborative note-taking apps like Evernote, and whilst it’s almost impossible to get the definitive solution to home working, partly due to differences in requirements from business to business and of course, the sheer amount of software available. Therefore I have collated some of the most effective communication hacks and software solutions into this course. In short, I’ve done a lot of the legwork, so you don’t have to.

This course is for newcomers to the remote working environment as well as for those who are inexperienced with the requirements for efficient and successful home working.

Who this course is for:

  • Small business owners needing to start remote working
  • Freelancers looking to work from home
  • Employees who need to self isolate