Written by Marjorie Taber, Education Analyst, Learning Services, Planning Informatics and Analytics

Fraser Health Learning Services provides free MS Office classes to all staff in a variety of formats.

Classes are delivered in the following ways:

Instructor led classroom session

The instructor presents the material and provides time for students to practice skills. Classes range from full day sessions to two-hour sessions that focus on specific topics. Register for Microsoft Office classes using CCRS.

Instructor led sessions via Skype (‘Virtual Classroom’)

These one-hour sessions are instructor led, but offer the convenience of eliminating travel time as you participate in the class via computer and telephone. This is an excellent way to learn about a new subject or renew your skills on a topic. Register for Microsoft Office classes using CCRS.

Self-paced online training using Lynda.com

If you prefer to learn on your own, consider using Lynda.com. This site provides training videos on a wide variety of topics that you can access from work or home for your own self-paced learning. Request a free subscription to Lynda.com by emailing computer.training@fraserhealth.ca.

All MS Office classes are delivered free of charge. All you need is a Fraser Health network account.

Course outlines can be viewed on CCRS. There are courses for Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher and Visio.

The Training & Learning Resource Center on FH Pulse has MS Office training schedules, suggested reference books or websites, and Quick Reference Guides.

If you have questions or other training requirements, email computer.training@fraserhealth.ca.

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