I'm not aware of any online tutors for this program, although there are a lot of online tutorials.
I've written a number of books on using the program, and they're available on Amazon and on the products page at http://Muvipix.com. In fact, Muvipix.com is an excellent resource for tutorials, tips and other resources including DVD templates, stock footage, licensed music and motion backgrounds. Many of these items are free and even more are available with an affordable subscription to the site.
I'm not sure at what level you edit or even at what level you use the program, but I'm also willing to help you as much as I can. Obviously, there's a danger to my agreeing to work directly with you, as I'm not by any means equipped to help dozens of people one-on-one over the internet. But if you'd like, you can contact me by private message and we'll see if we can work out a deal for some basic lessons.
How much I can help depends on what your current skill level is, what kind of equipment you're using and what your ultimate goals are.
Hope I can help you out!
I stongly believe that Steve has given you the best advice. Actually, it's the same advice that I would have given you, if I had seen your post first!
I can verify that his books will give you more info, and in a more usable form, than tutoring, or even in-class, hands-on schooling will. Almost anything that can be done with the program (he also has a companion book for Photoshop Elements, which is often bundled with PrE) is covered in easy to understand detail.
After reading through, and working along, his second bit of advice, Muvipix, is also sound. Between this, and Muvipix fora (Community tab), there have been very few questions that could not be answered. Muvipix also is a great resource for additional articles on how things are done, plus tutorials.
I also recommend that one take an hour and read through both the FAQ and Tips & Tricks articles, found to the right of the PrE forum main page. I would read Steve's book first, so terms, etc. would be most clear.
There are two on-line training sites, that get great reviews: www.lynda.com and www.ltotaltraining.com. I have not subscribed to either, but have used the materials furnished from them with various Adobe programs. I also have several of the lynda.com books on various programs, and they are well-written. Now, they are NOT one-on-one tutoring, which is what you are looking for. They also probably do not cover PrElements, but that is just my guess. If they do, they would be another good source of training, though it's through tutorials, and not direct instruction.
This is just my 02¢'s worth of thought.
Thank you so much for taking the time to give me your generous advise! I highly appreciate it.
You made a real contribution and I'm grateful for it.