Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Improve your Desktop Skills with LatitudeU

Organizations of every size need desktop computer skills as a basic building block of success. More than just increasing productivity, proficiency with desktop software facilitates better business results. Your employees can create more effective spreadsheets, better reports and more dynamic presentations. They will not only use the tools provided, they will utilize them to the fullest extent possible. SkillSoft's Desktop Courseware Collection provides a broad array of courses to meet the needs of end users throughout your organization. Using standards-based architecture, SkillSoft courseware incorporates a diverse mix of learning objects interactive lessons, workshops, task-based simulations and assessment questions to impart the necessary knowledge and skills.


  • Improve productivity through mastery of key software applications
  • Maximize learning's effectiveness by placing corporate initiatives in context of the needs of individual employees
  • Train more learners, in more subjects in less time than ever before
  • Teach users the features and navigation of the most popular and recent suite of office productivity applications

Support rollout of Microsoft Office 2007

  • Manage facility wide conversions to Microsoft Office 2007
  • Provide experience level appropriate training on all Office applications, including Access, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, and Vision

Teach computing fundamentals to non-technical users

  • Turn novice users into savvy computer users through fundamental skills that a non-technical user needs to become familiar with Microsoft operating systems
  • Empower users to more effectively use the Internet with basic training on industry leading web browsers
  • Improve users competence and working use of Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft's leading email application
  • Prepare users for certifications
  • Provide curriculum that maps to the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification
  • Prepare users for the ECDL/ICDL certifications

Click here for Desktop Skills courses

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