Acend Corporate Learning Toronto - Mississauga are computer training centers located in Toronto and Mississauga, ON. This computer training facility in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) of Ontario provides computer classes and computer certifications like Microsoft and Cisco certification classes and courses to the Toronto, North York, Richmond Hill, and Markham areas.

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  Microsoft Office

  Design & Graphics

Microsoft Office

Understanding and optimizing the power of Excel, Word, and other applications to maximize employee productivity is an ongoing and challenging task. Acend Corporate Learning offers a full range of software application training specifically designed to enhance user productivity. From "How to Build and Use Word Tables" to "Building Macros for Excel," Acend Corporate Learning can customize and deliver interactive training to assist students with their specific problems or questions.

With the evolution of the Microsoft Office System, new and familiar products, features and functionality have been enhanced to improve how people and organizations connect to co-workers, information and business processes. All of this enables your organization to easily transform information into business value.

Have you ever asked yourself...

  • How much faster could your employees complete projects with real-time access to business information, colleagues and data?
  • What is the cost of not protecting your business documents from intentional or accidental changes without your knowledge?
  • Are your people making the most of your existing investment in business systems?

All This and More is Possible Using the Software that is Already Familiar to Your Employees

More than a product upgrade, Microsoft Office System is a complete solution to achieve your business goals. And with the right training provided throughAcend Corporate Learning, you can instantly impact your organization’s bottom line.

What Will You Gain from Implementing Microsoft Office System Training Throughout Your Organization?

  • Immediately respond and manage changes in the marketplace through streamlined and automated processes
  • Increase the speed and agility of information received and distributed to improve communication and collaboration among teams, organizations, partners and customers
  • Make better decisions and take more effective action by providing people throughout your organization with better visibility and deeper insights into business information
  • Transform information into business impact by empowering individuals to contribute in an increasingly demanding business environment, with easy-to-use tools and access to information on-demand

But We’ve Been Using Microsoft Office for Years, Why Would We Need Training Now?

Over the last two decades, organizations have changed the way they do business, but not necessarily the way they use their software. In order to succeed in the world of high volume information, individuals, teams and organizations need to find new ways to maximize the impact of this information. Microsoft reacted to this need and revolutionized Microsoft Office to help you succeed in today’s business environment.

With these new capabilities, functions and enhancements provided in the Microsoft Office System, your business needs to get up to speed quickly on how to use them to create real business value. You can eliminate training downtime and create more productive employees through effective Microsoft Office System training offered by Acend Corporate Learning.

Who Should Take Training on Microsoft Office System?

Every individual and company currently using the Microsoft Office Suite; every individual entering or re-entering the workforce or just needing to update their desktop skills.

Design, Media & Graphics Courses

Design and Media courses address both the print- and Web-publishing industries, and those software applications used by graphics, multimedia, print and Web professionals to create print and electronic publications, original art, graphics, images, and animation. Students will learn how to design printed materials and Web sites, author Web pages, design user interfaces and navigation tools, create multimedia applications and presentations, and edit graphics, video, audio and animation.

These courses covers the design and media applications of industry giants Adobe, Macromedia, Corel, Lotus, Quark, and Microsoft. Multiple application levels and versions are included to accommodate the broadest base of design specialists – and the career path of each student as he or she faces new assignments and encounters new technologies. Typical design roles that are supported include:

Web Designer Graphic Designer Page Layout or Prepress Expert Animator / Multimedia Designer
Uses sound design techniques and UI (User Interface) best practices to create web pages with text and graphics. Fundamental skills include web authoring with HTML, creating web-suitable imagery (objects), applying Cascading Style Sheets, and planning website navigation. Typical applications and programming languages include: HTML, FrontPage, Cascading Style Sheets, and a number of Adobe and Macromedia products that meet specific Web design objectives. Uses sound design techniques to create graphical elements and objects for Web, print, or multi-media output. Fundamental skills include drawing and editing dynamic graphics, adding text to graphical elements, applying styles, and manipulating color. Typical applications include: Photoshop, Illustrator, FreeHand, and Fireworks. Uses artistic techniques to layout pages in advance of Web or print publishing. Fundamental skills include arranging text and graphics on a page to meet marketing objectives, developing and managing templates, applying styles, and preparing documents for publication. Typical applications include: QuarkXPress, InDesign, and FrameMaker. Uses artistic techniques to create dynamic objects that mix elements of text, graphics, sound, and motion. Fundamental skills include drawing and editing graphics, manipulating film or video images, and employing applications to enhance the spatial, temporal, or acoustical qualities of graphical objects. Typical applications include: Flash, Director, LiveMotion, and After Effects.