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£150.00 Course symbols: * IA Q FL
This course is not for the complete beginner and will require practice outside of the classroom.
Successful candidates on this 8-week course will learn how to create and edit professional-looking email messages, maintain calendars across time zones, and schedule tasks for a variety of purposes and situations. Candidates will use Outlook 2016 to enhance professional correspondence, create calendars, and schedule appointments. Application examples include coordinating building resources, sending messages for marketing campaigns, planning staff meetings, and assigning meeting actions
What you need to join the class
a) guidance needed: All students must have attended the Introduction to Digital Skills course in order to progress onto this course. Tthe first session will outline the course details with you. b) entry requirements: Students enrolling on this course will be expected to sit an English and Maths Initial Assessment prior to being accepted onto the course. You can book your Initial Assessment online at www.tlcbexley.ac.uk. It is quick, simple and a confirmation e-mail will be sent to you. Alternatively you can call 020 3045 5176, quoting the course you are interested in and the course code, or visit one of our centres. Initial Assessment is conducted to assess that you have the correct level of English and Maths necessary for the course and where required additional support can be put in place to help you succeed. If you are unsuccessful in your Initial Assessment, guidance will be given to you regarding a more suitable course.
What the course will cover
How to Customize Settings
Customize reply messages; Change text Formats for all outgoing messages; Customize the Navigation Pane; Configure reviews; Manage multiple accounts; Add an account; Print and Save Information; Print message, calendar, contact, or task information; Save message attachments; Preview attachments; Save messages in alternate formats; Export messages to a data file; Perform Search Operations in Outlook; Create new search folders; Search for items in messages, tasks, contacts, or calendars; Search by using advanced find and Search by folder
Manage Messages Manage Schedules
Configure Mail Settings; Set fonts for new messages and responses; Create, assign, and modify signatures; Create and manage rules; Create automatic replies; Create messages by using Quick Parts; Configure junk e-mail and clutter settings; Create Messages; Create a message; Add or remove message attachments ; Add cc and bcc to messages; Add tracking and voting options;5 Forward and reply to messages; Request a delivery or read receipt; Redirect replies; Flag outgoing messages for follow up, importance, and sensitivity; Recall a message; Format a Message; Format text; Insert hyperlinks; Apply themes and styles; Insert images; Add a signature to specific messages; Organize and Manage Messages; Sort messages; Move messages between folders; Add new local folders; Apply categories ; Clean up messages; Mark a message as read or unread; Flag received messages ; Ignore messages; Sort messages by conversation ; delete messages; automate repetitive tasks by using Quick Steps; Configure basic Auto Archive settings; Delegate access
Create and Manage Calendars
Create and add calendars; Adjust viewing details for calendars; Modify calendar time zones; Delete calendars; Set calendar work times; Manage multiple calendars; Manage calendar groups; Display multiple calendars; Share calendars
Create and Manage Contacts
Create a new contact; Delete contacts; Import contacts from external sources; Edit contact information; Attach an image to a contact; Add tags to contacts; Share contacts; Create and manage address books; Create and Manage Contact Groups; Create new contact groups; Add contacts to existing contact groups; Add notes to a contact group; Update contacts within contact groups; Delete contact groups; Delete contact group members
Create Appointments, Meetings, and Events; Create calendar items; Create recurring calendar items; Cancel calendar items; Create calendar items from messages; Set calendar item times; Setup meetings by using the scheduling assistant; Set free or busy status for calendar items; Schedule resources ; Setup meeting location by using Room Finder; Organize and Manage Appointments, Meetings, and Events; Set calendar item importance; Forward calendar items; Configure reminders; Add participants; Respond to invitations; Update individual or recurring calendar items; Share meeting notes; Categorize calendar items
Create and Manage Notes and Tasks
Create and manage tasks; Create and organizing notes
Create and Manage Contacts
Create a new contact; Delete contacts; Import contacts from external sources; Edit contact information ; Attach an image to a contact; Add tags to contacts; Share contacts; Create and manage address books ; Create and Manage Contact Groups; Create new contact groups; Add contacts to existing contact groups; Add notes to a contact group; Update contacts within contact groups; Delete contact groups ; Delete contact group members
1.1 Teaching and learning activities
Demonstration, discussion and explanation from the tutor, group interaction with tutor and peers. Learners will receive instruction sheets, handouts, practice exercises via the VLE and one-to-one tuition. Students will need to do reading and practice exercises outside of class independently.
What you will be able to do by the end of the course (Course objectives)
Examination or qualification (if applicable) including costs. The course fee usually includes examination costs: registration with the exam board, certification and administration fees. If the fees are not included, the brochure will tell you this.
There will be one online exam at the end of the course. The course fee includes the exam fee. There will be an additional charge of £45 for any exam resits during the course. N.B. All Candidates must provide ID prior to registration. Please bring one of the following along to the first session: • Passport. • EC identity card. • Full driver’s licence (with photo).
Work expected outside lesson time (e.g. homework, assignments, etc.)
At least 2 hours’ practice at home or at the College’s Open Study Centre at Brampton Road is essential.
What you need to bring to the first class
Pen and paper.
Books, materials and equipment you need for the course (including additional costs, specialist stockists, etc.) Note: your tutor may recommend additional items during the course.
The course tutor will give details during the first session.
What you can do next
1806S001 or 1806B9191 Microsoft Office Specialist - Word
Additional information - General
At the beginning of the course, you will have an induction to the College and the course. Your tutor will ask you to complete a Student Learning Record (SLR) and agree your personal learning goals. All documents are a requirement of the Funding Agency, who expect that learners who enrol on a course leading to a qualification will take that qualification at the College. All students on courses funded by the ESFA must complete a Learning Agreement and SLR.