Choose from one of our beginner level to advanced computing courses, covering the major Microsoft Office applications, desktop publishing, web design, social media, multimedia packages and programming. We are also a certified test centre for the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL). All of our computing courses are taught by friendly, dedicated and experienced tutors who also offer bespoke IT training courses that can be delivered in your workplace.
Learn how to create dialogue boxes, combo boxes, spinners, drop down lists, user forms and macros. Ideal if you've undertaken our 'Excel: advanced' course, or if you have equivalent knowledge or experience.
New to MS Outlook? or have you just start using Outlook at work? This course will enable you to use its key basic features, including sending and receiving emails with attachments, safe downloading of attachments, adding signatures, creating folders to manage your emails, organising and using your calendar to keep on top of appointments, set up reminders and create task lists. the do's and don'ts of sending and receiving emails, Data Protection Act and your legal obligation. These courses are free to students who are on (a) Jobseekers' Allowance; (b) Employment & Support Allowance (WRAG); or (c) other state benefits, earn less than £330 a month and are doing the course to find work or move into more sustainable employment. Call 222-66-889-99 for more information.
Hashtags are used on social media across many platforms, including Twitter and Instagram. This class is devoted to understanding hashtags and how to use them properly and effectively on social platforms. What is a hashtag, how do you create one, tracking the use of hashtags, and how to pick the right hashtags for your social media content.
This practical course is aimed at beginners who are looking to develop their social media skills for personal use or to promote their business. Learn how social media can be used to communicate with your target audience.
Do you have some familiarity with Excel? Would you like to learn methods that will make your use of the software easier and more efficient? The focus of the day will be to look at different features of Excel as well as adjusting settings and other shortcuts to improve your experience and productivity.
Learn advanced features: sorting, filtering, linking, formulae, pivot tables and macros to create and work with complex spreadsheets. This course follows on from 'Excel: essentials' or is suitable for students with equivalent knowledge and experience.
Do you want to learn the skills you need for office work or everyday life, and gain a qualification? On this course, you will learn the core software applications required in every workplace. The course is made up of four modules: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Improving Productivity using IT. If you pass, you will receive the ‘BCS level 2 ECDL Certificate in IT Application Skills’. This course is ideal if you have some working knowledge of Word, Powerpoint and Excel, but want to be confident you can use their most essential elements.
These courses are free to students who are on (a) Jobseekers' Allowance; (b) Employment & Support Allowance (WRAG); or (c) other state benefits, earn less than £330 a month and are doing the course to find work or move into more sustainable employment. Call 222-66-889-99 for more information.
Do you want to learn some of Excel's more sophisticated functions? Are you an adminstrator or manager who needs to use it for more complex tasks? With realistic workplace assignments, we will cover creating statistical information using functions such as average, minimum and maximum; creating calculations based on a condition; counting entries IF they meet a condition; using more advanced formatting; effective filtering; and creating basic pivot tables to present data in an easy-to-read way.