Software Applications Training
FGI Training and Consultancy offer a whole range of Software Applications Training services from accredited courses through to bespoke solutions.
As a leading training provider, FGI have access to thousands of courses, and can help reduce the time you spend sourcing training. No matter what your requirements are, be it Photoshop or PowerPoint, we can provide you with the best courses to fit you.
FGI Training and Consultancy have been providing training for over 10 years, and have built up a large network of suppliers to provide you with any training requirement your organisation may have.
Some of our courses
Please find below information about some of the most popular Software Applications courses. If your preferred course is not in this list, please contact us.
Microsoft® Excel is one of the most powerful and widely used spreadsheet applications available today. Excel’s functionality and popularity have made it an essential component on computers in countless organisations, businesses and other institutions throughout the world.
If you are new to Excel, the extensive array of features and capabilities that it provides may seem daunting at first, but don’t worry. The keys to becoming proficient with Excel are patience, practice and a solid foundation built on the basics which we will provide. Find out more about the course.
The Foundation level training course has been designed for all novice computer users. We will cover different features of the interface providing a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, showing users how to print, cover some simple scenarios and the basics of formatting.
By the end of this course users should be comfortable with creating a new spreadsheet, working with basic formulae, making it look professional and presentable and then saving and printing the spreadsheet. Find out more about the course.
Welcome to the Microsoft® Office Outlook 2007 Foundation course. In this course you will learn everything you need to know to get up and running with Outlook. To start off, we’ll learn what Outlook is, what’s new in Outlook and what you need to use it. We’ll also look at how to open and close the program. Outlook 2007 is a versatile e-mail client as well as a personal information manager (PIM).
This means you can create, send and manage e-mail, manage your address book, keep track of your to-do list and schedule appointments all in one place. The different components of Outlook are all integrated, meaning you can use your contacts to address an e-mail, track all contact with a particular person or send your employees group tasks. Basic Windows functions like cutting, copying and pasting are also included. Find out more about the course.
Welcome to Microsoft® Office Outlook 2010, Microsoft’s powerful and easy-to-use personal information management program. This new version of Outlook incorporates some new features and connectivity options in efforts to make managing your e-mail and personal information easier than ever. This level is intended to help all novice computer users get up to speed quickly.
We will cover different features of the interface giving a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, showing users how to set up an e-mail account and perform basic tasks and covering the basics of each Outlook component. By the end of this course users should be comfortable with using all components of Outlook 2010. Find out more about the course.
Microsoft® PowerPoint is one of the leading programs used for creating presentations for business meetings, school projects or creating personal family slideshows.
With PowerPoint you can create any type of presentation or slideshow by customising each slide to your specifications. Find out more about the course.
Welcome to the Microsoft® Office PowerPoint 2010, Microsoft’s powerful and easy-to-use presentation program.
This latest version of PowerPoint incorporates some new features and connectivity options in an effort to make collaboration and production as easy as possible. The Foundation level has been designed to help all novice computer users get up to speed quickly. Find out more about the course.
Welcome to the Foundation level of Microsoft® Office Word 2007. This one day training course we’ll teach you everything you need to know about getting up and running with Microsoft® Office Word 2007, the latest version of one of the world’s most popular word processors.
In this lesson we’ll talk about what Word 2007 is, how to open it, what new features you can expect and how to close it. Microsoft® Office Word 2007 is the twelfth version of Microsoft’s powerful word processing program. With it you can create professional looking documents of nearly any type. Find out more about the course.
You will learn how to open Word, what the basic interface parts are, how to interact with objects and commands in Word and how to close the program. We will cover different features of the interface giving a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, showing users how to print and covering the basics of text formatting.
By the end of this course users should be comfortable with creating a new document, making it look professional and presentable and saving and printing their document. Find out more about the course.
Microsoft® Publisher is used for creative and non-creative individuals who want to get more out of home or business desktop publishing. With the hundreds of templates this program has to offer, anyone has the potential to create dynamic and impressive flyers, newsletters, business cards, websites and much more besides.
Some of the features in Microsoft® Word, Excel and PowerPoint can be incorporated in Publisher. We can assure you that on completion of the Foundation, Intermediate, Advanced and Expert level Publisher courses, you will learn how to use Publisher to its full potential. The Foundation Level will focus on Publisher 2007’s new features within the Publisher environment and instructions on how to open and close Microsoft® Publisher. Find out more about the course.
Microsoft® Office Publisher 2010 is the latest version of Microsoft’s desktop publishing program. Whether you’re using Publisher for the first time or an expert, this Foundation level course will help you make the most of Publisher 2010’s exciting features.
Highlights of the course include a complete review of the new ribbon-based interface, a walkthrough of creating your own ribbon tabs, creating a basic publication, saving a publication as a PDF, using Publisher’s Building Blocks, accessing Publisher’s massive storehouse of templates and setting up your business information. Find out more about the course.