Following a number of updates to our Microsoft Office range of courses, we now have a new 2017 brochure. This handy resource details each course and gives a brief overview of the syllabus for each. You can download the latest Microsoft Training Courses Brochure 2017 here.
Microsoft Training at Your Own Offices From £55 Per Person
We are a UK leading Microsoft Office course provider, established in 2009 and specialising in onsite training.
Using laptops (which we can supply) we can deliver the complete range of Microsoft Office training at your own premises anywhere the UK from as little as £55 per person (please see our Onsite Training page for price details).
Fully Qualified Trainers
Our tutors are all certified Microsoft professionals and have many years of industry experience of both teaching and using Microsoft Office in business.
Relevant Skills Based Training
Our courses are very ‘hands on’ and take the form of tutor-led demonstrations, followed by practical exercises using either your own equipment or laptops which we can supply. We concentrate on skills-based training and our courses have been designed and refined over more than 10 years to cover all the major features in Excel which will help your staff perform spreadsheet tasks more quickly and efficiently.
Full Range of Microsoft Courses at All Levels
Our range of courses covers the full Microsoft Office suite and we can deliver training from Foundation right up to Advanced levels, including VBA.
Free Training Needs Analysis
We can also supply a free Training Needs Analysis service to help you choose the correct level for your staff and we’re always very happy to customise a course to suit your particular needs.
We Provide the Equipment
No special facilities are required for onsite training, we bring all the training equipment needed and can also supply laptops if necessary. Our onsite daily rates can be as little as £55 per person (based on a group of 10). This including personal training manuals and a course completion certificate. You can read full details including pricing on our Onsite Training page.
To enquire about a Microsoft course at your offices, please use our Contact Form. Alternatively you can call us free on 0800 2922842.
We can deliver the following courses onsite at your own offices anywhere in the UK:
- Microsoft Access – view course details…
- Microsoft Excel – view course details…
- Microsoft Outlook – view course details…
- Microsoft PowerPoint – view course details…
- Microsoft Project – view course details…
- Microsoft Excel VBA – view course details…
- Microsoft Word – view course details…
We offer the above courses on all versions of Microsoft office and at levels from Foundation right up to Advanced.
We act as trusted partners for some of the biggest public course providers in the UK and can secure big discounts on their normal prices. Prices vary depending upon the training required and it is always worth asking us for a quote before booking a course. Typically we could save you up to 25% on the listed course price.
Regular Courses at Local Venues
Public open Microsoft training events are regularly conducted at all the major cities in the UK. For more details please visit our Public Courses page.
Microsoft Office Excel training delivered onsite at your offices in Nottinghamshire from £55 per person
If you are a Nottinghamshire based business looking to train members of staff on Excel, we can help. Paul Brown Training Ltd are specialists in onsite training of Microsoft Office software. Our team of highly qualified trainers have many years of experience in delivering relevant Excel training to Companies right across Nottinghamshire.
Our courses are very ‘hands on’ and take the form of trainer-led demonstrations, followed by practical exercises using either your own equipment or laptops which we can supply. We concentrate on skills-based training and our courses have been designed and refined over the last 8 years to cover all the major features in Excel which will help your staff perform spreadsheet tasks more quickly and efficiently.
Microsoft Excel training courses in Nottinghamshire are delivered at three levels: Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced. To assist you in choosing the correct level of Microsoft training for your employees we can provide you with a training needs analysis service. This consists of a simple and quick tick-box form which can be completed in just a minute or two. We will then advice on suitable Excel training for each staff member. The needs analysis service is provided free of charge.
Please feel free to enquire without obligation using the ‘quick form’ at the top of the page. Alternatively you can call free to discuss your requirements on 0800 2922842, 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday.
As official partners with QA, we are able to offer a wide range of public courses at discounted rates. QA are the biggest providers of classroom-based training in the UK, with centres right across the Country. As resellers for QA’s courses, we can typically obtain 10% – 20% discounts on their usual rates. As an example, a 1 day classroom Microsoft Excel course would normally costs £330. However, booking training through us brings the price down to £280, saving £50 per person.
You can see an overview of training venues and courses on our Public Classroom Training Courses page.
For a public training quote, call 0800 2922842 or visit our contact page.
Microsoft OneNote 2013 training courses at your offices anywhere in the UK from £55pp
Microsoft OneNote 2013 gives you the ultimate place to store and share your notes in a single, easy-to-access location. Capture text, photos, and video or audio files with OneNote 2013 to keep your thoughts, ideas and important information readily available. By sharing your notebooks, you can quickly swap notes with other people on your network, keeping everyone in sync and up-to-date. You can use OneNote 2013 for Personal, Business or School use.
WHAT KIND OF NOTES CAN I KEEP?
OneNote 2013 uses containers and they can contain the following:
- Typed notes – just click and type
- Lists i.e. bullets or numbered
- Images such as clipart, digital photos etc
- Information copied and pasted from the Internet or other programs on your PC
- Ink notes for use with a Tablet PC
- Screen shots again from your PC or the Internet
- File attachments
Once created, notes can be moved around simply by clicking and dragging. Press the Shift key while dragging if you want to merge note containers. Containers can be moved to different pages, pages can be moved to different sections, sections can be moved to different notebooks. Sections can also be grouped together to create a multi-level hierarchy.
- Module 1 – Introduction
- What is OneNote?
- What Kind of Notes can I Keep?
- The OneNote 2013 Environment
- Other Features of OneNote 2013
- Searching OneNote 2013
- Module 2 – Getting Started
- Creating a New Notebook
- Saving Notebooks
- How Information is Stored in OneNote 2013
- Colour Coding Notebooks and Sections
- Quick Notes
- Module 3 – Working with Pages
- Working with Pages
- Using Page Templates
- Managing Pages
- Modify the Page Setup
- Adding Information to Pages
- For Typewritten Notes
- For Lists (Bullets & Numbering)
- For Handwritten Notes
- Adding Text from a Document in Word
- Send to OneNote
- Adding Tables to a Page
- Adding Files
- Module 4 – Keeping Track
- Tasks and To-Do Lists
- Tagging a OneNote 2013 To-Do List
- Sharing Notebooks online
The Microsoft OneNote training course is over 1 day and can be delivered onsite at your own offices anywhere in the UK. Prices start from just £55 per person (based on a group of 10 delegates onsite). For further details or a quotation please call 0800 2922842 or use the contact form at the top of the page.
Overview of the new features in Microsoft Office 2013
New Workspace Environment
Office 2013 applications share a common user interface, as with previous versions. So, when you’ve learned how to navigate around one application, you can apply the same concepts and a lot of the commands to the other applications in the suite. But the workspace environment has changed dramatically in version 2013.
SkyDrive – save and share files in the ‘Cloud’
Office 2013 makes it easier to save your workbooks to your own online location, like your free SkyDrive or your organization’s Office 365 service. It’s also simpler to share your worksheets with other people. No matter what device they’re using or where they are, everyone works with the latest version of a worksheet— and you can even work together in real time.
The new version supports PDF and XPS support. This is quite important. With Office Access 2013 you can save a report as a Portable Document Format file (PDF) or in XML Paper Specification (XPS) format for printing, posting, and e-mail distribution. By saving your report as a PDF or XPS file, you can capture report information in a form that retains all of your formatting characteristics yet does not require others to have Access 2013 to print or review your report.
Create professional-looking charts more easily with a completely redesigned charting engine. Apply rich visual enhancements to your chart, such as 3-D, soft shadowing, and transparency. Create and interact with charts the same way, regardless of the application you are using, because the Office Excel 2013 charting engine is consistent in Microsoft Office Word 2013 and Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013
Office Groove 2013
When you create a Groove ‘workspace’, everyone can share information and work together. You can participate by posting messages and responses, sharing files, and tracking projects and meetings on your shared space. There are three kinds of workspaces:
- File sharing, which is a workspace for synchronizing a selected Windows folder across computers.
- Standard workspace, which is a workspace with a Files tool and a Discussions tool.
Template workspace, which offers a workspace with tools you select from a list, such as Calendar, where you can mark important dates and build collaborative schedules with workspace members; Sketchpad (where you can use drawing tools); and even Chess Game.
Office InfoPath 2013
Gather information using Microsoft Office Outlook 2013 e-mail messages. With Office InfoPath 2013, you can complete forms without leaving the familiar Office Outlook 2013 environment, helping you complete your forms quickly and efficiently.
Two-way, automatic task synchronization with 2003 and 2013 versions of Outlook, which lets you keep your busy life well ordered and highly productive.
RSS! You can now fully subscribe to and interact with Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds right from Office Outlook 2013, the most natural place to manage this kind of information. No more hunting around for just the right kind of client to get your RSS content. Get your daily dose of news along with your daily dose of e-mail.
Dramatically modify shapes, text, and graphics with new tools and effects. You can now manipulate and work with your text, tables, charts, and other presentation elements in much richer ways than ever before. Office PowerPoint 2013 makes these tools readily available through the streamlined user interface and contextual tabs, so that in just a few clicks, you can add impact to your work
Microsoft Project 2013
There are a couple of important new features:
1) You can use Top-Down Budgeting to define a budget at a high level (entire program or project) so the project manager can allocate funds and track costs against the budget, and…
2) Planned and actual costs can be assigned to a task with Cost Resources, which also supports integration of Project with accounting systems. Both these items make dealing with costs and accounting a whole lot simpler.
The addition of PDF capability. You can now save Office Publisher 2013 files in a fixed file format, such as Portable Document Format file (PDF) or XML Paper Specification (XPS), for easy sharing. PDF settings within Office Publisher 2013 include options for online viewing, desktop printing, and commercial press-ready printing.
Connect shapes without drawing connectors. New connector functionality in Office Visio 2013 connects shapes, distributes them evenly, and aligns them for you — with only one click. When you move the connected shapes, they stay connected and the connectors automatically reroute between the shapes.
In a phrase: Building Blocks. This new feature is a way to add frequently used content to your documents. Select from a predefined gallery of cover pages, pull quotes, headers, and footers to make your documents look more professional. You can even create your own Building Blocks to simplify the addition of custom text, like legal disclaimer text or other frequently used materials.
Microsoft trainers required in the South West, Wales, Scotland and across the UK
As part of our continuing expansion, we are looking for further Microsoft trainers to join our team. We welcome enquiries from all over the UK, but particularly the South West, Wales and Scotland. You will need a suitable adult teaching qualification such C&G 7303 or higher and Microsoft accreditation in you chosen field. We need trainers to deliver Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project and Word. If you would like to join our team, please use the contact page in the first instance detailing your specialties and preferred working location.
Onsite OneNote training courses at your own offices anywhere in the UK
OneNote was designed by Microsoft as a handy tool for note taking, information gathering and multi-user collaboration. Yet despite the versatility of the application, relatively few people are using it regularly. This is perhaps down to a misunderstanding of the software and our new OneNote course has been designed to make it easy to get get the most from this useful business application.
What is OneNote?
OneNote is essentially an electronic notebook where you can write down notes, thoughts, ideas, scribbles, reminders and all kinds of other information. Unlike traditional document page formats, OneNote offers a free-form canvas where you can type, write or draw notes in the form of text graphics and images, wherever and however you want them. You may be wondering why you need to bother with another program when you can take perfectly adequate notes in Word, Outlook, even Notepad — or on paper. But imagine the convenience of having all your notes together in one place, with no need to remember file names or locations — and of being able to create a task in Outlook directly from your notes.
How Does OneNote Work?
OneNote uses ‘containers’ which can include a variety of different data types:
- Typed notes – just click and type
- Bulleted and numbered lists
- images such as photos, clipart etc.
- Ink notes for use with Tablets, smart phones etc.
- Screenshots from PC or Internet
- information copied and pasted from other sources e.g. Internet or other applications
- File attachments
Once created, notes can be moved around simply by clicking and dragging. Press the Shift key while dragging if you want to merge note containers. Containers can be moved to different pages, pages can be moved to different sections, sections can be moved to different notebooks. Sections can also be grouped together to create a multi-level hierarchy. For extra space on a page, simply click the Insert Extra Writing Space button to extend the page.
For further information on OneNote training courses delivered at your own offices anywhere in the UK, please use the quick contact form at the top of the page. If you would like to discuss your requirements with one of our advisers, please call 0800 2922842. Calls are free from a UK landline.