MICROSOFT OFFICE MICRO-CREDENTIAL
This comprehensive 60-hour course is designed to equip participants with the essential skills and knowledge required to efficiently use popular Office 365 applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook. The course is structured to cater to beginners and those with intermediate-level proficiency, gradually progressing to more advanced concepts. In addition to mastering individual applications, students will learn how to integrate these tools for improved productivity and collaboration. The course concludes with a final assessment to evaluate the skills acquired throughout the program.
This course will ensure you have competent and effective skills using Office 365 for the workplace;
By the end of this micro-credential learners will be able to:
File Management: efficiently manage files and folders, consistently apply file naming conventions, and proficiently navigate Windows Explorer for file management tasks
Word: create, format, and edit documents using Microsoft Word, apply basic and intermediate formatting and styling to text and documents, utilize templates and styles effectively, and incorporate images and graphics into documents
Excel: create, format, and manage spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel, perform basic calculations and use essential functions, implement data validation and sorting techniques, create clear and informative charts and graphs, and utilize data analysis tools. Apply advanced functions and formulas to complex data, master PivotTables and PivotCharts for data analysis, use What-If Analysis tools to model scenarios and forecasts, automate tasks using macros, and create advanced charts for data visualization.
OneNote: Create and organize digital notebooks, taking comprehensive and well-structured notes, collaborating with others using OneNote's collaborative features, and integrating OneNote with other Office applications.
PowerPoint: develop the ability to create engaging and visually appealing presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint, select appropriate slide layouts, transitions, and animations, incorporate multimedia elements and interactive features, and utilize presenter tools effectively.
Outlook: manage emails, contacts, and calendars efficiently using Microsoft Outlook, organizing and filtering emails effectively, scheduling and managing tasks and appointments, and applying email etiquette and productivity strategies.
Integration: integrate various Office 365 applications for enhanced productivity, link data from Excel into Word and PowerPoint documents, use OneNote as a central hub for collaborative work, and manage Outlook emails and tasks within other Office applications.