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  • Multiply - Introduction to the Digital Office course

    Created: 17/04/2024
    News/Events Category: Employability


    This free course is for anyone who wants to work from the comfort of their own home in an administrative or digital role, but need to update their digital skills first. 

    Join WEA tutor, Stephen McGuire, to build your digital knowledge, skills, and confidence. 

    Over six online Zoom sessions, they'll cover: 

    • The basis of cloud-based technologies like Word, Excel and Outlook on Microsoft 365 
    • Artificial Intelligence for work - find new ways to get AI to work for you in the workplace
    • How to update your CV and get ready for interviews

    Who Should Attend?

    The course is free to anyone who lives, works or volunteers in Fife, who does not have Nat 5 maths C+ or equivalent, and is age 19+.

    Course Details 

    Date: Friday 31 May - Friday 05 July 2024 (6x 2-hour sessions each week) 

    Time: 10.00-12.00

    Location: Zoom 

    How To Enrol

    Enrol here:

    Contact Bex if you have any questions: [email protected]

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