I'm really not sure how to correctly use consulting.
The business offers consulting for(?) programming.
Their employees consult their customers for(?) programming.
In sentences like these, I'm not certain what words to use.
Is for, the correct term? Or is it rather consult with?
edit: Maybe I'm using the completely wrong term. Consulting in terms of giving advice, is what I meant.
edit2: According to this source, it should be used like this:
Consult somebody about/on something:
I expect to be consulted about major issues.
So the initial statements would be:
The business offers consulting about programming.
Their employees consult their customers about programming.
Is that correct?