.
Time Till Event

our next event in

2 November 2017 09:30:00
  • 00

    days

  • 00

    hours

  • 00

    minutes

  • 00

    seconds

Microsoft Office 2016 Bite Size Sessions Workshop (Introductory)

Saturday, 4 November, 2017 - 10:15 to 13:15

The purpose of this workshop is to provide users with a taster of some of the useful features that are available in Microsoft Office 2016. The workshop will be delivered in 5 bite sized sessions (25 minutes each) and will cover some key topics in
Microsoft office Excel, Word and PowerPoint

Attendees will:
• Get knowledge of some new features in Microsoft Office 2016
• Get a review of some timesaving tips and tricks in Excel, Word and PowerPoint
• Get a taster of some of some powerful tools in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Speaker: 
Nnesochi image
Nesochi Awujo
Training & Learning Development Consultant
Presentation Title: 
Microsoft EXCEL WORKSHOP – Intro/intermediate
Bio: 

Nesochi has over fifteen years of experience in providing quality training, coaching and mentoring to a wide range of learners - from apprentices and job seekers to managers and executives. She has also worked with organizations across different sectors including: Equitable Life Assurance Society, Lloyds Banking Group, QA, Reed learning PLC, Network Rail, Hertfordshire County Council, Acer, Associated Press, Subsea7, Imperial College, Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust, Milton Keynes College, Thomson Reuters Elite, Tickets.com, River Island, MK Dons Football Club, Royal Mail, A4e and The Baytree Centre.

She holds a B.Eng. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and an MA in Coaching and Mentoring practice from Oxford Brookes University. In addition to this, she is a Microsoft Office Master Specialist and qualified assessor, she holds a Certificate in Training Practice and is an affiliate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Nesochi is passionate about developing people and making knowledge as simple and accessible as possible. She loves helping people learn, motivating them and helping them achieve their goals.

Presented at the 12th Annual Coaching and Mentoring Research conference hosted by The International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University Business School in January 2016.

Room: 
RUIC Room
Registration: 

Send a message