New Microsoft Office, Excel and Power BI half-day virtual courses are now available:
What End-User Application courses do we offer?
No matter what applications you use at work – we’ve got your training covered.
Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power BI, Microsoft Project, SharePoint, Adobe Creative Suite, Google G-Suite, AutoCad, Learn to Code, PC Fundamentals – and more. With over 300 current courses and more added regularly, we cover both the latest and greatest technologies and older platforms and applications that are still commonly used (we’re very thorough).
Our training courses start at the basics – and reach advanced levels. So you can progress your knowledge as far as you want.
We also offer bespoke learning options that can be tailored to suit your company’s needs, including developing and delivering content on any in-house systems and are happy to train at your location where required.
Our learners have given us an average NPS score of 9.0 out of 10 for our End-User Applications training [Jan-Nov 2020]. And we’re always trying to improve it so that our learners have the best possible experience.
Microsoft Office has become a global standard for communications, text documents, spreadsheets, presentations and databases.
Microsoft Excel is the world's most commonly used spreadsheet programme and a critical tool in business decision making.
Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Office 365 provides web-based versions of the traditional Microsoft Office suite of applications through the cloud.
Microsoft SharePoint End-user
SharePoint is a platform providing a business solution that can be 100% customised.
Teams is an Office 365 app and teamwork hub that fuses group chat software with collaboration tools.
Google Workspace promotes a collaborative working environment with the ability to share or work in real-time.
The Adobe suite of applications includes a wealth of programs for those who want to improve their creative, design and digital media skills.
Apple is synonymous with innovation. Their products have revolutionised the consumer technology market, and the impact of this revolution is increasingly being felt in the corporate world.