Specialists in Training Microsoft Office Products
RCC Training offers training in each of the Productivity Applications from within the Microsoft Office family including all Desktop apps and the new Microsoft 365 apps such as Teams and Power Automate. Training is also available for Microsoft Power BI, Database Design, Project Management and Data Analysis. Transitioning to Microsoft 365? We can help with that too!
We are excited to announce the launch of our revised Microsoft Office training courses! Designed to help you develop your skills and increase your productivity in the workplace, our courses cover everything from basic document creation to advanced data analysis.
Our courses are tailored to fit your needs, so you can learn on your schedule. Plus, with both online and in-person classes available, you can choose the option that best suits your learning style.
To learn more about our Microsoft Office training courses, or to register for a course, visit our website at https://www.rcctraining.ca. We’re excited to help you take your skills to the next level!
We have been providing training in Microsoft Office products since 2001
Microsoft Office was launched by Microsoft on August 1, 1989 as a bundling of several of its Office Productivity tools. These included Word for word processing, Excel to manage spreadsheets, PowerPoint to allow creation of presentations and later (1993) Access to manage data in a database. Over the years, additional products have been added to the Office family including Publisher which has specific tools for creating signs, brochures and office stationery, Outlook for email, calendaring and contact management, Visio for diagramming, organizational charts and flowcharts, and Project for project management.
More recent additions include OneNote for note taking and sharing, and Sway for interactive reports and presentations. SharePoint also deserves special mention as it is often used in larger businesses as a way of sharing data among the various Office products. Office 365 was introduced in 2011 which included “cloud” storage and online versions of the most popular desktop office products. The most recent incarnation of Office 365 (now called Microsoft 365) is Office 365 for Business (now Microsoft 365 for Business, of course) which includes an Outlook Web App (server-based email) and more collaboration opportunities than the original Office 365 release.
We offer training in OneNote and Sharepoint for our corporate clients. In addition, we now offer Teams training for customers using Microsoft 365 for Enterprise.
Contact us for details and a quote!