Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office is one of the most widely used cloud-based applications.

Course Description

In this course, you will gain knowledge on the advantages of using Office apps in the cloud environment and how to best communicate with your fellow employees and share documents with them easily and efficiently through using OneDrive, SharePoint and other applications. Have trouble keeping your notes organised and tidy? With OneNote, you will be able to organise them effectively, as well as communicate better with your co-workers using Microsoft Teams.

 If you use Microsoft Office daily and want to gain a deeper understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, Notes, and more, this is the perfect course for you to take.

  •  Understand the basics of Office 365.
  •  Find the most efficient ways to share documents with your co-workers and storing them virtually.
  •  Understand how to use Microsoft Teams and the different tools to organise meetings easier.
  •  Gain a better understanding of Notes, Email Communicator, and much more, all within this course package.

Modules Covered

This package includes the following courses:

  •  Office 365 Basics
  •  Virtual Storage and Document Sharing
  •  MS Teams
  •  Basic Applications in Office 365 Plans
  •  Notes and Email Communicator 

Office 365 Basics

This course will help you familiarise yourself with the environment of the standard Microsoft Office 365 applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. You will also learn the difference between online and desktop apps.

Virtual Storage and Document Sharing

Learn how to manage files and folders in the environment of OneDrive for enterprises and individuals. Explore the basic functionalities of this service and learn how to work with sites. 

MS Teams

Learn how to communicate effectively with your colleagues via Teams. Understand how to organise a group chat, web conference, and share documents. Explore how to communicate with others easily without seeing them in person. 

Basic Applications in Office 365 Plans

Become familiar with the environment of the Microsoft Office 365 applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Learn the difference between online and desktop apps. 

Notes and Email Communicator

Learn to communicate easily with your colleagues and friends via Outlook 365 and examine the differences between desktop and online versions. Understand how to use OneNote 365 to organise your notes more effectively.

Accreditation

Fully Accredited

This course is nationally accredited by Microsoft - Training and Certification Courses

To many of us, Microsoft is a company that requires no introduction! Microsoft has been in our lives for over four decades and during that time, Microsoft has consistently worked towards transforming the way we live, work, and connect using technology. Microsoft certifications are globally recognised qualifications, validating an individual’s competency and ability in technical knowledge of Microsoft technologies.

Benefits

  • Study anytime, anywhere
  • 24/7 access
  • Join a community of over 615,000
  • Experience Level: Beginner & Intermediate

Eligibility

Please note this is a paid qualification, therefore you will have to pay the course fee in order to start studying.

Is the Microsoft Office 365 course suitable for you?

This is the ideal Microsoft course for those wanting to improve their knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 applications and improve communication with their co-workers effectively and efficiently.

There are no requirements for joining this course.

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Course fee

£ 15 £ 30
Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office is one of the most widely used cloud-based applications.

12 Months
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Online Based
Accredited

Course fee

£ 15 £ 30
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