Desktop Applications and End-User Training Courses
Investing in new software is only one factor for realising staff efficiency and capability gains. Successful user adoption requires training specifically designed for end-users to ensure they understand new software features and how they relate to their job function.
Power Cloud offers Desktop Applications training for End-Users for a range of popular software applications.
- Microsoft Excel 2010/2007 Training
- Microsoft Outlook 2010/2007 Training
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2010/2007 Training
- Microsoft Project 2010 Training
- Microsoft Word 2010/2007 Training
Training for Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2007/2010 Software Rollouts
An increasing number of organisations are realising the benefits of Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2007/2010(ref). Power Cloud provides scalable training solutions for Microsoft software rollouts such as Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2007/2010.
Additional Software Training
Microsoft Office Training Courses
- Microsoft Office Excel
- Microsoft Office Word
- Microsoft Office PowerPoint
- Microsoft Office Outlook
- Microsoft Office Project
- Microsoft Office Access
- Microsoft Office Visio
- Microsoft Office Publisher
- Microsoft Office SharePoint
- Microsoft Office OneNote
- Microsoft Office InfoPath
- Microsoft Office Communicator
- Microsoft VBA
Adobe Training Courses
- Adobe Acrobat
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe InDesign
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Pagemaker
- Adobe PhotoShop
- Adobe Dreamweaver
- Adobe Fireworks
- Adobe ColdFusion
- Adobe Flash
Other Training Courses
- Lotus Notes
- Crystal Reports
- Filemaker Pro
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
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Software Rollout Training Options
Super User Training (Hands On)
Training to develop advanced users that other staff will go to for assistance.
A useful compliment to other methods, staff may ask questions specific to their needs and get up and running quickly.
Staff Familiarisation Sessions
Short training sessions to help staff adjust to dramatically new software.
Train the Trainer
Training to effectively up-skill internal trainers to be able to deliver necessary training back into the organisation.