Whether you are a business or home user, a financial analyst, an enthusiast or an administrator, we offer Microsoft Office training that is comprehensive and enjoyable. Yes, computer training doesn’t have to be a grind, when approached in the right way the whole learning experience can be … well, fun!
All of our training is hands-on and uses real-life examples that will make the learning experience effective and increase retention. Classes range from beginner to advanced level and can be customized.
Our trainers are real, experienced practitioners, who use the software in their everyday lives. We do not have trainers who learn a course just before they have to train it.
If you would like to find out more, we can meet with your company to define your unique training needs. A training plan can be developed. Training can take place at any suitable venue – your place or ours, bring your laptop and lets get started. You decide which option will work best for you!
- PowerPoint 2007
- Excel 2007
- Outlook 2007
- Publisher 2007
- Word 2007
We develop powerful, interesting, and relevant training events. Our custom training solutions ensure your employees gain the knowledge, have experiential exercises, and achieve the desired leaning objectives:
Every organization has unique training situations. Timely training for new products, services, business processes or new equipment will help your organization quickly realize the benefit of new technologies and systems.
Real Time Solutions
We assess your business objectives and organizational learning needs and design real time solutions. Whether you want to improve your skills, projects or resume, Adobe training can help you achieve your goals. Our courses feature hands-on tasks and real-world scenarios—in just a short period of time, you’ll be more productive and embrace new technology standards.
|Word processing Skills||Spreadsheets Skills|
|Database Skills||Electronic Presentation Skills|
|Web Navigation Skills||Web Site Design Skills|
|E-Mail Management Skills||Digital Cameras|
|Computer Network Knowledge Applicable to your School System||File Management & Windows Explorer Skills|
|Downloading Software From the Web (Knowledge including eBooks)||Installing Computer Software onto a Computer System|
|Computer-Related Storage Devices (Knowledge: disks, CDs, USB drives, zip disks, DVDs, etc.)||Scanner Knowledge|
|Educational Copyright Knowledge||Computer Security Knowledge|
1. Word Processing Skills
You should be able to use some type of word processing program to complete written tasks in a timely manner.
2. Spreadsheets Skills
You should be able to use some type of spreadsheet program to compile Reports, budgets, grades and chart data.
3. Database Skills
You should be able to use some type of database program to create tables, store and retrieve data, and query data.
4. Electronic Presentation Skills
Educators should be able to use electronic presentation software to create and give electronic presentations.
5. World Wide Web Navigation Skills
Educators should be able to navigate the World Wide Web and search effectively for data on the Internet.
6. Web site Design Skills
Educators should be able to design, create, and maintain a faculty/educator Web page/site.
7. E-Mail Management Skills
Educators should be able to use e-mail to communicate and be able to send attachments and create e-mail folders.
8. Digital Cameras Knowledge
Educators should know how to operate a digital camera and understand how digital imagery can be used.
9. Network knowledge applicable to your organization.
Educators should know the basics of computer networks and understand how their business network works.
10. File Managwmt & Windows Explorer Skills
All educators should be able to manage their computer files and be able to complete the following tasks; create, and delete files and folders, move and copy files and folders using the My Computer window and Windows Explorer.
11. Downloading Software from the Web Knowledge – including e-Books
All educators should be able to download software from the web and know of the major sites that can be used for this purpose.
12. Installing Computer Software onto a Computer System
You should be able to install computer software onto a computer system.
13. Computer Related Storage Devices Knowledge
You should understand and know how to use the following data storage devices: disks, CDs, USB drives, zip disks & DVDs.
USB Drives (also known as pen drives, flash drives, key chain drives, portable hard drives)
14. Scanner Knowledge
You should know how to use a scanner and what OCR capacity is.
15. Educational Copyright Knowledge
You should understand the copyright issues related to education including multimedia and Web-based copyright issues.
16. Computer Security Knowledge
You should know about basic computer security issues related to education.Contact Geraldine to find out more about this exciting training opportunity!
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