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Touch typing


Touch typing is not an area of expertise within my area, but i have recently received a request for guidance/coaching on how to touch type. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Kerrie Milner

5 Responses

  1. E-learning solution
    I’m not a touch-typist myself but I remember some years ago seeing a demo of a touch typing e-learning package called Mavis Beacon. I’m not sure where you would find out more but if you type Mavis Beacon into your web search engine, I’m sure you will find a supplier.

    good luck


  2. Typequick
    Also try Type-Quick / Typequick (can’t remember how this product is named). It is excellent and I learned to touch-type from scratch (about 12 years ago) in about five weeks at a half-hour per day.

    Good luck.

  3. TypeQuick the way to go
    Typequick definately did it for me.

    Went from uncoordinated to about 60wpm using the program for about 15-20 minutes a day for a month or so.

  4. touch typing
    learndirect have a Keyboard A-Z course which deals with touch typing. (

    You can also pick up CDs for less than £10 which ‘teach’ touch typing

    Or there are a number of providers who advertise on the internet, some with free trials

  5. Touch Typing software for free download
    If you go to or websites you can download a full version of the Touch Typist typing tutor software on a free trial basis.

    The software is fully functioning and unrestricted.

    The only limitation is that it’s supplied for a trial period only.

    If you work hard then you gain some skills before the end of the trial period.


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