IT courses for end users
Becoming more effective in IT programmes and software requires you having a deeper and more thorough knowledge of the most commonly used IT programs and understanding how they work together.
IT courses will help you be better at using IT programs, allowing you to manage office jobs more effectively, run a home office, manage simple spreadsheets, and to improve your documents’ and letters’ formatting.
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Microsoft Office training
While certain courses will focus specifically on individual software applications, Microsoft Office courses will give you a great overview of the different applications in the MS Office suite. These courses can be more cost-effective when you need to improve your skills in the different MS Office programs.
Varying in length, MS Office courses will begin by covering the MS Office basics, such as learning how to send and receive emails, create documents in word processing and create spreadsheets with simple calculations. Courses then take you through the more in-depth functions of the various Office applications.
Microsoft Office courses & training
Access & databases courses
Database courses will aid you in your use of Microsoft Access and other database software packages. Databases consist of organised collections of data for one or more uses; typically in digital form. Microsoft Access training takes you through the basics of Access through to the more advanced functions.
Access courses can vary in their focus, some courses focussing more on database theory, practical use of databases, or more advanced database programming training.
Microsoft Access training & courses
Microsoft Excel is the powerful and widely used spreadsheet software that effectively simulates a paper, accounting worksheet. Microsoft Excel training will help those who use Excel on a daily basis or who want to use Excel’s more advanced functions to create formulae, perform calculations, manage tables and records, manipulate & analyse data, plus much more.
Lotus 1-2-3, Apple Numbers and Google Spreadsheets are other leading spreadsheet programs.
Microsoft Excel training & courses
Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager that while most often used as an e-mail client, also includes a Calendar, Task Manager, Contact Manager, note taking, a journal and web browsing.
Microsoft Office courses will take introduce you to the basics of sending and receiving emails, teach you how to manage tasks, book meetings, integrate third-party add-on applications (such as BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Skype synchronisation) plus lots more.
Microsoft Outlook training & courses
Learn how to create great looking presentations that you can display on the computer screen, via projection screen or send via email. PowerPoint training can teach you how to create interactive presentations and user pick files from other Office programs.
Microsoft PowerPoint training & courses
Microsoft Project courses teach you how to understand and use this leading project management software, taking you from the basic tasks, such as creating a project and developing a plan, to more advanced MS Project tasks such as assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing budgets and analysing workloads.
Microsoft Project training & courses
Microsoft Windows is the most popular graphical operating system for computers, with client versions, server versions and mobile OS versions. Microsoft Windows training will instruct you on how to use the different versions available, from beginner to advanced levels.
Microsoft Windows training & courses
Microsoft Word training will show you how to create documents in this popular word processing program, which is part of the Microsoft Office software suite. Courses will take you through creating documents, inserting images & charts, creating tables, running a spell-check, creating bullet and numbered lists plus lots more.
Microsoft Word training & courses