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The Microsoft Office 2016 Conversion Course is an introductory guide to the new features of the Microsoft Office 2016 suite of software products.  It is designed to support skills already gained using previous versions and introduces some of the main changes in Microsoft Office 2016 with a particular focus on Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.  It also takes a look at some of the short-cut and helpful features of the Windows 7 Operating system.

Who should attend:

  • Existing Microsoft Office users who have upgraded to the 2016 Office suite of software products and need a guided tour of the new features and differences.
  • Existing Microsoft Office users who have some experience of Microsoft Office Outlook (ver. 2003 or 2007) and want to see the new features or note the new differences.
  • Existing Microsoft Office users with little or no experience of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Self-taught or casual users who would like to improve their skills, knowledge and confidence.
The Microsoft Outlook 2016 course is for inexperienced or occasional users.  It is designed to provide the skills to use Microsoft Outlook confidently and competently.  It looks at the work environment, creating and managing emails, calendars, meeting requests, maintaining contacts along with using notes and tasks to manage daily work.

Who should attend:

  • New users of Microsoft Office Outlook 2016 or those with limited experience of Microsoft Outlook from previous versions.
  • Self-taught or occasional users who are looking to improve their skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook 2016.
Level 1 of the Microsoft Excel 2016 course is designed for inexperienced users.  It is designed to give a basic understanding of Excel and its business uses.  The course covers the electronic worksheet, entering and copying formula, printing, creating basic graphs and charts, as well as formatting features.

Who should attend:

  • New users with limited (or no) experience of Microsoft Excel 2016.
  • Self-taught or casual users who would like to improve their skills, knowledge and confidence.
Level 2 of the Microsoft Excel 2016 course is designed for the experienced Excel user. Looking at more complex formula, it covers a wide range of menu commands, enhancing spreadsheets using multiple worksheets, database capabilities, conditional formatting and other functions.

Who should attend:

  • Users who have previously attended the Microsoft Excel 2016 level 1 course.
  • Self-taught users who would like to improve their skills.
  • Users wanting to update or add to their existing skills and pick up new methods.
Level 1 of the Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 course is designed to equip the new user with a full understanding of the functions and features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2016. Users will be taken step-by-step through the process of creating a slideshow and presentation material. It looks at text input and editing, use of text proofing tools, creating/editing drawings and importing graphics, setting up a slideshow and printing slides.

Who should attend:

  • New users with limited (or no) experience of Microsoft PowerPoint 2016.
  • Self-taught or casual users who would like to improve their skills, knowledge and confidence.
Level 2 of the Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 course is aimed at the more frequent users of PowerPoint.  It is designed to teach advanced features in PowerPoint such as ‘tailoring’ the look of a presentation, including modification of the Slide Masters, using tables, organisation charts, speaker’s notes and outlines.  The course also looks at Object Linking & Embedding (OLE) between Word and PowerPoint, importing text outlines and exporting presentations as outlines.

Who should attend:

  • Users who have previously attended Level 1.
  • Self-taught users who would like to improve their skills.
  • Users wanting to update or add to their existing skills and pick up new methods.
Level 1 of the Microsoft Word 2016 course is designed for inexperienced users wishing to gain the skills to use Microsoft Word 2016 confidently and competently. It looks at the work environment, creating and formatting documents, using standard features such as tables, bullets, page breaks, headers and footers, as well as file management.

Who should attend:

  • New users with limited (or no) experience of Microsoft Word 2016.
  • Self-taught or casual users who would like to improve their skills, knowledge and confidence.
Level 2 of the Microsoft Word 2016 course is designed for previous users of Microsoft Word 2016. It is designed to give a more in-depth look at other word-processing features such as templates and styles, document enhancements, creating tables of contents, an index, forms and macros. The course also covers a range of more complex menus and features to confidently create professional documents in an efficient manner.

Who should attend:

  • Users who have previously attended Microsoft Word 2016 level 1.
  • Self-taught users who would like to improve their skills.
  • Users wanting to update or add to their existing skills and pick up new methods.
Level 1 of the Microsoft Access 2016 course is designed for inexperienced or occasional users wishing to gain the skills to use the program confidently and competently. On completion of the Level 1 course, users should be able to create their own database to store and process information and be able to build and manage tables, queries, forms and reports within their database.

Who should attend?

  • New users of Microsoft Access 2016 or those with limited experience of Microsoft Outlook from previous versions.
  • Self-taught or occasional users who are looking to improve their skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Access 2016.