Training for Technology Success

Ensure your staff have the skills they need to succeed.  Tech Networks of Boston offers a full spectrum of training programs to develop your organization’s capacity to use your software.  Your staff will be happier and more productive when they are using Microsoft Office and accompanying business productivity suites as intended.  That’s where TNB training can help.

A typical training engagement includes a structured skills assessment that enables us to design a tailored training program for your staff.  Training sessions can be formatted as one-hour “lunch and learn” series, seminars, or longer workshops.  Training sessions can take place with any desired frequency from weekly to monthly.

Training topics focus on Microsoft products, from remedial to advanced Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, and more.  We are available to design custom training sessions on using office productivity products for common tasks in your organization’s workflow.  Here is a sample of some recent sessions TNB has conducted for clients:

  • Creating Better Documents Faster
  • Customizing Microsoft Office
  • Time Management and Team Collaboration Using Outlook and SharePoint
  • Hidden Functions of Word and Excel
  • Peer Review and Publishing with Office 2010 Collaborative Tools

Let TNB help you work more productively with the tools you already own.  For more information on training, contact us today.

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About TNB

Founded in 1994, Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) delivers people-oriented IT support and care through service desk, remote monitoring and maintenance, staff augmentation, onsite support, strategic planning, training and project IT services to non-profits and businesses in greater Boston with a focus on non-profit health care and human service providers.

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