I went to your website looking for the Basic Training Tutorial for Premier Elements 9 and didn't see it. Do you have it for Version 9?
The Basic Training video was created with version 8 -- but 9 and 8 function virtually identically, so the only part I updated for version 9 was the first tut, setting up a project (which is significantly different).
You can find this 8-part tutorial series through this link.
And you can find a couple of extra bonus tutorials on the promo site for my books:
Hope they help you get started!
To follow up to what Steve said, there are a couple of levels of instruction in video editing. First, there is the base - how things work in video editing, and these translate from NLE (Non Linear Editor) to NLE. There may be some "mechanics" that take the instruction into the second part, but in general these instructions are pretty much the same. That is why a tutorial for an early version of Premiere Pro, can be useful to a user with PrE 9 - the concepts are nearly identical. Second, come the pure mechanics, and these can be, or are, version specific. This amount to the exact tersm/names used and the buttons to push, click, or otherwise use. As Steve points out, where things were different, he covered those changes in additional tutorials.
Even for PrE 9, I often link to tutorials from, say Premiere 6.5, which was the precursor of Premiere Pro. The concepts are the same, and then I present how the mechanics might have changed for PrE 9.
Good luck, and do not hesitate to view tutorials on how things can be done in other versions, or even in PrPro. If there are mechanical differences, and there will be, just drop by here, and someone can tell you how to change the mechanics to suit your version of PrE.
The exact same thing happens, when one has been working on another NLE, say Pinnacle Studio. They know the concepts, but will drop by here, to find out how to implement those concepts in PrE, the NLE that they are now using. Usually, there is a translation available, though there can be exceptions due to the mechanical differencs.