One note: if you're a total MS Project beginner, he might not be the best tutor for you. You should have a firm grasp of what MS Project can do, how to use it, and what you need/want it to do for his knowledge to be useful. Otherwise, it'd be like Mozart teaching you how to play Mary Had a Little Lamb. Yes. Jason is the Mozart of MS Project. You heard it here first.
Joe was an extremely knowledgeable and helpful tutor. He is extremely patient and does his best to help you comprehend everything before moving on. He helped me with MS Project, and explained every question I had in great detail until I understood it. If I ever need help with MS Project, Joe would be the first person I would go to! He taught me more in one day than my professor did in a quarter of a semester.
As a professional who works and has a family paying someone who has the experience and is flexible is truly priceless. I went into our first lesson with just a basic plan and she quickly pointed out the pitfalls to save me agonizing hours and showed me lots of neat tricks. Everything we accomplished was relevant to what I needed to do my job. Don't try to learn MS Project on your own, you really need to take advantage of this robust tool and let it work for you.