Microsoft® Office 365 Training
Bespoke training on the use of Microsoft® Access, Excel and Word and programming in VBA.
For the time-being on-site courses are unavailable under the rules applying during the pandemic. So in the meantime you might consider receiving mentoring.
On this page:
- Company-Specific Training
- Bespoke Course Content
- Workplace Training
- Microsoft Access Training
- Microsoft Excel Training
- Microsoft Word Training
- Microsoft Office 365 Conversion Courses
- VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) Training
- Special Courses
Last updated on 2021-06-14 by David Wallis.
Your needs for training at all levels from beginner to advanced user and programmer/developer are catered for.
Varying in size from sole-proprietor, through SMEs to corporates, DMW’s clients span a wide range of business types, including advertising, banking, catering, construction, consultancy, forestry, HR, insurance, investment, landscaping, manufacturing, motor industry, pharmaceuticals, research and transport.
On-the-Job Workplace Training
Our On-Site Training page presents a full explanation of why DMW considers bringing the training to you offers the best approach to meeting your training needs. An approach that keeps costs down and disruption to people's daily schedules to a minimum.
Though most of DMW’s bookings are in London, Kent, Sussex and the M25 area, your trainer will travel anywhere in the UK if you kindly provide B&B for an overnight stay to make certain the training day starts on time.
Bespoke Course Content
To provide the training that suits your specific needs, you agree with DMW an appropriate pick-and-mix of topics from our introductory, intermediate and advanced level course content.
DMW matches practical aspects of any course to the activities for which you will use the software in your day-to-day work.
As added value to pass on to you, DMW brings to the training sessions experience of developing business applications using Microsoft Office. Understanding gained from such experience is central to the effective application of the software to the objectives of your business and your users.
As an alternative to courses, DMW workshops for individuals and groups present great flexibility over how a half-day or a full-day of training is targeted across combinations of the Microsoft 365 programs.
Microsoft Access Training Courses
The Access training overview page explains the DMW approach to on-site Access 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019 courses and workshops.
Your course presenter has years of experience in developing relational databases for DMW’s clients. Such experience is invaluable when your database people seek assistance addressing their most pressing issues.
Microsoft Excel Training Courses
The Excel training overview page explains the DMW approach to on-site Excel courses and workshops.
Since Excel first became available in the UK, your course presenter has been developing business spreadsheets for DMW clients; and, even in its early days trained, personnel at Microsoft's UK headquarters in their use of Excel.
Microsoft Word Training Courses
The Word training overview page explains the DMW approach to on-site Word courses and workshops, an approach in which the emphasis is on whole-document composition and not simply on sentences and paragraphs.
VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) Training
DMW can support you in your pursuit of programming skills in ways explained on our VBA Training Courses, Workshops and Mentoring page.
Microsoft Office 365 Conversion Courses
A number of DMW clients have their newest PCs and laptops equipped with recent versions of Office 365, while their other workstations run earlier versions.
If you are in this situation, DMW has a Conversion Workshop for users making the change to office 365, then please call +44 (0)1732 833085 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
From time to time there is demand for training that does not fit the regular pattern. Examples of special-focus courses DMW designed to meet this demand include:
- Good Spreadsheet Design and Practice
- Coping with Legacy Spreadsheets
- Linking Access, Excel and Word
- Programming Microsoft Office using VBA
- Upgrading an Existing Database
- Relational Database Design for Access Developers
- Data Modelling for Access Developers.