Microsoft Office and Basic End User Training
ACTT Hawaii is one of the leading training companies in Honolulu Hawaii for Microsoft Office Application Training. Providing focused, hands on practice using Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook and Project applications in a instructor-led classroom setting.
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In Microsoft Word Basic, students will cover the basic functions and features of Word, this includes learning how to enter and edit text, and save and browse documents. Students will learn how to enhance the appearance of a document by using various formatting options and will be able to create tables, insert headers and footers, proof and print documents, and insert graphics.
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Introduction to Computers
The Introduction to Computers course is designed to take an individual with little to no computer experience and give them the confidence to set up, navigate, and do other useful day-to-day activities on their personal computer.
Exercises include learning how to properly set up a computer, the parts of the computers and their functions, and how to operate a mouse.
Students will study the basics of the Windows operating system and the basics of internet use.
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows offers an overview of one of the most popular operating systems.
Students will learn to identify and open objects on the desktop, utilize the Help and Support Center, navigate and manage folders using My Computer and Window Explorer.
Other exercises include managing the Recycle Bin, creating simple word processing documents and drawings using the Control Panel, browsing the Internet, using Internet Explorer, and proper power down.
Typing/Week 1 - Home Keys
In Section A, students will learn the basic computer keyboard layout, practice the use of the home keys, and perform exercises and drills designed to increase keyboarding skills. Students will be monitored and tested on the use of proper techniques and knowledge of the keyboard.
Typing/Week 2 - Accuracy and Speed
In Section B, students will participate in speed and accuracy drills as well as timed typing. Students will also explore business and personal letter styles, form letters, and basic formatting techniques.
Securing Assets For End-users (SAFE) training focuses on the use of computers and mobile devices to securely access organizational data on private networks to include personal resources over the Internet. Topics and concepts presented will engage students’ awareness through discussions regarding the risks involved in using the cyberspace medium. Among various data security-related issues, concepts regarding organizational compliance with industry standards, recognizing social engineering attempts, and protection against malicious software infections are accentuated as the primary course objectives.
This course is the compilation of the knowledge and skill attained through the Microsoft Office and Basic End-user training program. Applying the fundamentals of keyboarding and the Office Word and Excel courses, students prepare resumes and cover letters to achieve their final benchmark—applying and interviewing for employment. Tips, recommendations, and “do's and don’ts” are presented as well as resources such as the use of the Internet to search for available job positions.