Computer Training

We deliver computer training in Milton Keynes and across the UK…

Training MK Ltd offers IT training in both classroom or workshop settings.  We also offer drop-in clinics, refresher training, 1:1 coaching, e-learning solutions, and online/virtual training. From Excel to Microsoft Office upgrades, we are there for you! Please click the links below to view course outlines. The outlines are a suggestion of course content to be covered – please contact us to discuss your requirements so that you can receive a customised course to meet your specific objectives.

Courses include…

Microsoft® Excel | Microsoft® Word | Microsoft® PowerPoint | Microsoft® Outlook |  Microsoft® Visio | Microsoft® Publisher | Microsoft® Project | Microsoft® Access | Microsoft® OneNote | Office 365 | Articulate Storyline | Using the iPad in a business environment

Computer Training Pricing Structure

For classroom-based computer training in Milton Keynes and across the UK, we have an easy pricing structure depending on the size of the group:

1 to 6 delegates – £395 per day

7 to 10 delegates – £495 per day

This fee is inclusive of the Training Consultant teaching at your own premises for a standard day of learning (normally 9:30am until 4:30pm with breaks included), with learners being on the organisation’s own computers/laptops and in a suitable room. If you require laptops to be provided, an alternative venue to be sourced, or anything else outside of the standard provision, this is no problem but additional costs may be incurred.

Keeping up to date…

Image of computer training in Milton KeynesHow do the Consultants at Training MK keep up with the ‘ever-changing’ world of learning and new systems?

Good question! It’s essential to keep up with new products which are arriving all the time. Microsoft Office updates its software on a pretty regular basis and we train on all versions. We’re the first to get stuck into the new software when it arrives, quickly exploring the new features offered. We’re members of forums and groups, and constantly read blogs and white papers (particularly with changes in business processes). And, as we’re trainers, we love being learners and are always looking for new skills to develop so that we are constantly evolving. It’s essential that we put ourselves into the position of a learner regularly so that we remember what it feels like to go on a course and learn something new.