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Microsoft Training

Technology is rapidly changing. Are your employees keeping up?

The Downtown Campus offers a variety of computer training on a complete line of Microsoft products for employees at all levels of expertise, from intro to advanced. Scheduling private sessions, when it's convenient for your organization, lowers your per-person training cost. Plus, we provide all the necessary equipment.

Training your team all at once also ensures consistency and enables collaboration and communication. This learning experience is invaluable and stretches far beyond your time in the classroom. Your team will be prepared to use their new skills right away.

You set the date. Bring your entire staff in groups of 10 and enjoy a different training environment than you've ever experienced before. With lots of one-on -one instructor interaction, all classes are a full day and include lunch.

On-site training at your location is another flexible solution the Downtown Campus can tailor to meet your specific business needs. This option is beneficial for deploying a company-wide training initiative.

Microsoft for Executives

If you have executives, leaders or managers who need to polish their skills using specific Microsoft software, please explore our popular Microsoft for Executives program. Sessions increase your competitive advantage by taking a deeper into the latest tools and functions that apply to your work environment, while the classroom structure enables candid participation about any learning areas with room for growth. You can either register for a regularly scheduled class, set your own time for an individual session, or enroll a group of up to 10 people.

Microsoft Crash Courses

Many business professionals have used Microsoft Office for years, but would really like to learn specific Office skills, such as Excel functions, databases and dashboards; PowerPoint beyond bullet points; persuasive communications with Word; and collaboration using OneNote. We've rounded up these "most asked for" topics for a series of intense, three-hour mini-courses we call Crash Courses.