We deliver Managing your Time with the Help of Microsoft Outlook training across the UK.
What’s the Managing your Time with the Help of Microsoft Outlook training course about?
Our days are becoming busier, the demands upon us more intense than ever before and we’re surrounded by Time Thieves, pinching our precious hours and minutes. It’s easy to become overwhelmed, tired and stressed. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
This course explores useful Time Management strategies and techniques to help you take back some control, but with a twist. It has the added bonus of getting into the nitty gritty of Microsoft® Outlook which offers a whole range of tools and features to further help you manage your time more efficiently. Time Management theory and Microsoft® Outlook work brilliantly together.
‘Managing your Time with the Help of Microsoft® Outlook’ can’t give you more than 24 hours in a day, but it can help you become more organized, efficient and protective of your precious hours and minutes.
What’s the cost?
The cost of a day’s training is £450 (plus VAT). This is for the training to take place in your own business premises, with a maximum of 8 delegates, using your own computers and facilities. So, there’s no travel costs for the learners, in terms of both mileage and time. (Alternative premises and equipment hire can be arranged at an additional cost – contact us for more information).
Why choose Training MK for this course?
Time Management training has always been very popular and, when we combined it with Microsoft Outlook skills and techniques, things really took off! From apprentices to CEOs, and within a wide range of businesses, we have delivered this course multiple times and it always receives the same positive feedback.
Managing your Time with the Help of Microsoft Outlook Course Outline
Note: Pre-Requisites: Attendees need a basic understanding of Microsoft Outlook – more information about Microsoft Outlook can be found at Office.com. Completion of a pre-course questionnaire (which attendees will bring to the course) will benefit the learner by challenging their current working methods and habits