In this foundational Microsoft skills training, Simona Millham advances technical and non-technical professionals' knowledge about Office 2016.
After completing this Microsoft training, you'll know how to understand and apply the new features in the 2016 release of Microsoft Office. Focusing on Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook, this course will enable learners to maximize the potential of Office 2016 through real-world examples.
For anyone who manages productivity tools training, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new technical and non-technical professionals, curated into individual or team training plans, or as deployed as a Microsoft reference resource.
Office 2016: What You Need to Know
For any technical and non-technical professionals looking to improve their proficiency with productivity tools, this Microsoft course covers topics such as:
- Introduction to Microsoft Office
- New chart types
- Collaborative tools
- New features in Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Excel
- Excel forecasting and business analytics
- Other general new features of Microsoft Office
Who Should Take Office 2016 Training?
This Office 2016 training is considered foundational-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for technical and non-technical professionals with three to five years of experience — or no experience at all. This Office 2016 course is valuable for new or aspiring IT professionals, experienced technical and non-technical professionals looking to validate foundational skills, and non-technical professionals.
Productivity tools user training. Microsoft Office is an overwhelmingly common office management tool. Companies of every size all over the world use it for managing communication, word processing, data and spreadsheets, and presentations. It stands to reason that someone interested in a career in nearly any company should master the tools, functionality and capabilities that Microsoft Office 2016 has. With this training, you’ll be ready for all of it.
New or aspiring IT professionals. If you’re a new or aspiring IT professional, hopefully it won’t shock you to learn that a huge percentage of your job won’t be spent doing the work you’ve trained to do. Part of working for a company in today’s world is writing and sending emails, setting up meetings, drawing up presentations or crunching numbers. You’ll end up doing a lot of work throughout your career you won’t be trained in -- but this course in Microsoft Office 2016 can prepare you for it all.
Experienced IT professionals. If you’ve been working in the IT field for some time you already know how important knowledge of Microsoft Office tools are for everyday work. Whether it’s using Word for paperwork, Excel for data analysis, Outlook for collaboration or PowerPoint for assembling presentations, much of the work you need to be a master of isn’t a part of most IT training. Enhance your career and round out your workplace expertise with this Office 2016 training.