Designed for both first-time clickers and computer pros, these online courses equip learners with all the skills needed to master Microsoft Office. Training bundles take participants through the essentials of Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook 2010 (usually £400) or 2013 (£500). Courses on all the new features of the 2010 or 2013 software (£100 each), plus Publisher and Access, are also available.
|What’s new in Microsoft Office 2010||What’s new in Microsoft Word 2010||What’s new in Microsoft Excel 2010||What’s new in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010||What’s new in Microsoft Outlook 2010||What’s new in Microsoft Access 2010|
|What’s new in Microsoft Office 2013||What’s new in Microsoft Word 2013||What’s new in Microsoft Excel 2013||What’s new in Microsoft PowerPoint 2013||What’s new in Microsoft Outlook 2013||What’s new in Microsoft Access 2013||What’s new in Microsoft Publisher 2013|
|Microsoft Access training||MS Excel training||MS PowerPoint training||MS Word training||MS Outlook training|
|Basic, intermediate and advanced training in: Word||Excel||PowerPoint||Outlook|
Choose from the following options:
£9 for MS office 2010 new features course (91% off)
£9 for MS office 2013 new features course (91% off)
£19 for MS office 2010 training bundle (95% off)
£29 for MS office 2013 training bundle (94% off)
Established in 2002, e-Careers.com offers an array of online training programmes that enable students to work in their own way and at their own pace. The company’s expertise in skill development has helped to shape careers in various sectors, through courses covering areas such as computer skills, first aid and digital photography.
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