Self-led training links
We recently worked on a skills audit to identify areas that you could improve by undertaking some training. Keeping your skills updated and working on improving your work is something that we all do, and it's something that we can do almost 100% for free now with the Internet.
Please see below some links to some helpful websites that offer free tutorials, articles and tasks for improving your confidence with different aspects of the job. It is important that you commit to this self-led training programme. Developing your ability to learn independently is a very important skill for work and life generally.
You can choose which areas you would like to do first or spend the most time on and you don't have to complete each of the individual training links. Find one that works best for you and go with it. It is imp[ortant that you try and complete as many of the subjects as you can (i.e., one each from different Office programmes.)
Alison Training contains a number of useful tutorials for learning about Word including basics. Their basics course will get you nicely re-acquainted some of the critical functions. It may use out of date software but the principles are the same.
This is a basics course. I would suggest starting from section four if you feel comfortable with the very basics (fonts etc). The pages here are useful to refer back to as you progress using Word.
There are a number of free tutorials and videos on YouTube for doing lots of different tasks using Microsoft Word. The video linked here will only scratch the surface of what you will need to know.
Microsoft offers tutorials for its programmes which will be up to date and accurate. You can also refer back to this at any time.
Skills you need to know
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