Software and Management Training Brochure

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Software and Management Training Brochure

Training Overview
Ashbury Training work in partnership with our corporate clients maximising the return from their investment in training by providing a comprehensive service which goes beyond the provision of courses alone.
We dedicate ourselves to an approach that is innovative, flexible and of the highest quality. Our experience is one of our greatest assets. Since being established in 1999, we have implemented highly successful training projects for blue chip clients such as Marks & Spencer and Ernst & Young.
As an Accredited Training Provider Ashbury Training is bound by the Institute of IT Training Code of Practice - a quality-assurance document, governing areas such as trainer qualifications, training course value, publicity and complaints procedures.
We are continually updating our services to offer training solutions encompassing the latest technologies and ideas including the creation of our pioneering Ashbury Dashboard. This will allow you to view your full training history, download free manuals and current project status on a personalised online site.
All proposals and programmes are designed specifically to suit individual client needs so no 'off the shelf' programmes here. We do not run 'open' courses where the focus of the course is diluted across many organisations.
Where appropriate we can also supply our clients with our mobile classroom. This includes a suite of laptops that can be setup in any meeting room on your premises allowing you to keep your people on-site and your equipment free for business use.


Click on any course below to see the full details of that specific course:

Microsoft Word Introduction 4

Microsoft Word Intermediate 6

Microsoft Word Advanced 8

Microsoft Excel Introduction 10

 Microsoft Excel Intermediate 13

Microsoft Excel Advanced 15

Visual Basic for Excel 17

Microsoft PowerPoint Introduction 18

Microsoft PowerPoint Advanced 20

Microsoft Access Introduction 21

Microsoft Access Intermediate 22

Microsoft Access Advanced 23

Visual Basic for Access 25

Dreamweaver 26

FrontPage Introduction 27

FrontPage Advanced 29

Photoshop 30

Flash 32

Fireworks 33

Adobe Acrobat 35

Illustrator 36

PageMaker 38

Publisher 40

Visio 41

Lotus Notes 43

Quark Xpress 44

Occupational Health and Safety Training 46

Time Management 48

Facilitation Skills Course 49

Report Writing 50

Anger Management 51

Stress Management Training 53

Negotiation Skills 54

Selling Skills 55

Disciplinary Skills 57

Leadership and Management 58

Appraising Performance 59

Presentation Skills 60

People Management 61

Assertiveness 62

Telephone Skills 63

Cisco 64

Lotus Professional 67

Introduction to Visual Basic 68

Visual Basic Advanced Programming 71

Additional Programming Courses 74

Contact Details 75

Microsoft Word Introduction

Our training in Microsoft Word is in modular form, so that you select specific modules for groups of users who do not require full course.

The approximate time to teach each module is included with details of the content. Accordingly you will be able to gauge fairly accurately the training time required for your specific needs.

The full course comprises approximately three training days:

  • the first day is an introductory course aimed at first-time users

  • the second and third days are intended for experienced users wishing to attain intermediate or advanced proficiency levels.

Module 1.1: Word Basics

Lesson A. Introduction to Word

  • A-1: Starting Microsoft Word

  • A-2: Exploring the application window

  • A-3: Orientation to the toolbars
  • A-4: Orientation to the menus

  • A-5: Using Tools, Options to adjust some default features

Lesson B. Creating a New Blank Document and the Basics of Entering Text

  • B-1: Creating a new document, entering text, and identifying formatting marks

  • B-2: Using Tab, AutoComplete, Backspace, and the word-wrap feature while entering text

Lesson C. The Save As command

  • C-1: Saving a document for the first time and closing a document

Lesson D. Opening and Editing a Document

  • D-3: Replacing selected text

  • D-4: Saving changes to a document

Lesson E. Getting Help in Word

  • E-1: Exploring Help

Module 1.2: Navigating in a Document

Lesson A. Scrolling within a Document

  • A-1: Using the different Views options in the Open dialog box

  • A-2: Navigating a document using the vertical scroll bar and keyboard techniques

  • A-3: Determining which page you’re looking at; locating the insertion point

Lesson B. Searching a Document

  • B-4: Using the Select Browse Object button

Module 1.3: Additional Editing Techniques

Lesson A. Using AutoCorrect

  • A-1: Using the AutoCorrect feature

  • A-2: Creating an AutoCorrect entry

  • A-3: Deleting an AutoCorrect entry

Lesson B. Techniques for Selecting Text

  • B-1: Using various selection techniques

  • B-2: Using the Undo and Redo commands

Lesson C. Moving Text

  • C-3: Copying text from one document to another using Copy and Paste

Module 1.4: Character and Paragraph Formatting

Lesson A. Basic Character Formatting Techniques

  • A-1: Using the Formatting toolbar to apply and remove character formats

  • A-2: Changing the font and font size

Lesson B. Additional Character Formatting Techniques

  • B-1: Using the Font dialog box; repeating character formatting

  • B-2: Using the Format Painter button to copy character formatting

  • B-3: Using Paste Special to remove character formatting

Lesson C. Paragraph Formatting

  • C-1: Experimenting with paragraph alignments

Lesson D. Working with Indents, Numbered Lists, and Bulleted Lists

  • D-1: Setting and repeating indents

  • D-2: Creating numbered lists; adjusting a hanging indent

  • D-3: Adding bullets to selected text; customizing bullets

Lesson E. Line Breaks and Line Spacing

  • E-1: Comparing new paragraphs and new lines

  • E-2: Changing line spacing

  • E-3: Using non-breaking spaces

Module 1.5: Introduction to Tabs and Tables

Lesson A. Working with Tabs

  • A-1: Using the default tab stops

  • A-2: Using the ruler to set, move, and delete a tab stop

  • A-3: Using different types of tab stops

  • A-4: Setting a tab with a leader character

Lesson B. Creating a Table

  • B-1: Creating a table

  • B-2: Entering text in a table

Lesson C. Editing Tables

  • C-1: Adding a row and a column

  • C-2: Changing column width by dragging column boundaries

  • C-3: Deleting a row and a column

Module 1.6: Controlling Page Appearance

Lesson A. Headers and Footers

  • A-1: Creating a header and footer

  • A-2: Editing the header and footer

Lesson B. Modifying Margins

  • B-1: Changing the margins

  • B-2: Using Zoom to change the magnification

Lesson C. Page Breaks

  • C-1: Inserting manual page breaks

  • C-2: Deleting a manual page break

Module 1.7: Tools and Printing

Lesson A. Using Proofing Tools

  • A-3: Using the thesaurus and the Word Count tool

Lesson B. Printing a document

  • B-1: Using Print Preview to view multiple pages

  • B-2: Editing the document in Print Preview

  • B-3: Printing a finished document

Lesson C. Envelopes and Labels

  • C-1: Creating and printing envelopes

  • C-2: Creating and printing labels

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