Study Mode: Part Time
Course Level: DL
This distance learning course pack is designed to help learners to develop their expertise in accomplishing essential job tasks across Office 2010 applications.
Also help prepare for the following MOS Microsoft Office 2010 Specialist certification exams:
77-881 Word; 77-882 Excel; 77-883 PowerPoint; 77-884 Outlook; 77-885 Access
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Sharing and Maintaining Documents
- Formatting Content
- Apply Page Layout and Reusable Content
- Include Illustrations and Graphics in a Document
- Proofreading documents
- Apply References and Hyperlinks
- Performing Mail Merge Operations
All of these skills will demonstrate to employers that you are someone who can be trusted to present professional content both within the business and to external clients.
- Manage the Worksheet Environment
- Create Cell Data
- Format Cells and Worksheets
- Manage Worksheets and Workbooks
- Apply Formulas and Functions
- Present Data Visually
- Share worksheet data with other users
- Analyse and Organising Data
These skills will demonstrate to employers that you are a candidate who can handle and present data in an efficient and professional manner.
- PowerPoint is the most commonly used business tool for constructing presentations.
- Manage the PowerPoint Environment
- Create a Slide Presentation
- Working with Graphical and Multimedia Elements
- Create Charts and Tables
- Apply Transitions and Animations
- Collaborating on Presentations
- Prepare Presentations for Delivery
These skills will demonstrate to recruiters that you are someone who can be tasked with becoming the face of their business; presenting on their behalf to both internal and external stakeholders in an impressive and professional fashion.
- Manage the Access Environment
- Build Tables
- Build Forms
- Create and Managing Queries
- Designing Reports
- Manage the Outlook Environment
- Create and Formatting Item Content
- Manage Email Messages
- Manage Contacts
- Calendar Objects
- Work with Tasks, Notes, and Journal Entries
Please refer to the relevant Microsoft MOS exam preparation guide for further details of objectives covered.
This course is one of the 'Distance Learning' Office 2010 series from the Microsoft IT Academy at Solihull College. Providing you access to the latest Microsoft Office courses with high quality and flexible learning systems.
The 'Distance Learning' courses facilitate effective self-directed learning, on-line, at home or work with flexible start dates to meet your individual needs.
The student resources include relevant comprehensive digital Microsoft Curriculum 'task based' workbook(s) and on-line learning materials.
The comprehensive Microsoft Official Academic Course provides Learners with the conceptual understanding and real-world experience they need to be ready for the work force and to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams for Microsoft Office 2010.
Microsoft Office 2010 and Digital Literacy on-line e-learning courses.
Distance learning Remote tutor support, on-line dialogue/chat, email and daytime telephone call-back.
Each Microsoft Official Academic Course is aligned to existing MOS exam objectives using an instruction strategy that provides:
Authentic business scenarios
Immediate introduction of hands-on practice in each lesson
Highlighted skills that apply to the workplace and the MOS exam
Microsoft's e-learning course materials
Vocational study not leading to a recognised academic qualification.
Students may elect to take the relevant Microsoft Office Specialist exam.
You will need to pass a minimum of three MOS exams to achieve the Microsoft Office Specialist certification.
The course includes continual assessments using business scenario exercises and topic quizzes. Course certificates of completion are provided.
This course will help prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist 2010 exams, which may be taken at an external Certiport test centre.
You may enrol directly, once you have reviewed the course details and are satisfied the course content and structure meets your needs. If however, you would like to discuss your requirements with the tutor, please contact the enquiries team before enrolling.
There are no specific entry requirements.
To ensure your success, you must have a basic understanding of your computer's operating system. For example, you should know how to launch an application, create and save files, and copy files.
Minimum system requirements:
Windows XP, or Windows 7 or higher
Mac OS-X 10.8.3 or higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or newer
Chrome 25.0.1364.172 or higher
Firefox 19.0.1 or higher
Broadband Internet Connection
Adobe Flash Player 10.0 or higher
Adobe PDF reader
Microsoft Office 2010 including Access
Remote tutor support availability based on college study calendar, over 32 week course duration, from course start date.
Have you got a question about this course?
Please contact the Microsoft IT Academy co-ordinator, Mr Robin Foster via the enquiries team.
Optional, printed 'MOAC Study textbooks' may be purchased.
This course is not eligible for fee concession.
Course Fee (p.a)