Courses Word

Word for Windows training

With Word on your PC, Mac, or mobile device, you can:

  • Create documents from scratch, or a template.
  • Add text, images, art, and videos.
  • Research a topic and find credible sources.
  • Access your documents from a computer, tablet, or phone with OneDrive.
  • Share your documents and work with others.
  • Track and review changes.

Create a document
Add and format text
Add Pictures, Shapes, SmartArt, Chart, and more

What is Microsoft Word?

Microsoft Word, which is also called MS Word, or simply just Word, is commercial word processing software that Microsoft includes in their Office suite with Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Unlike a simple text editor, Word features grammar check, spell check, text formatting, HTML support, image support, advanced page layout, and more. The Word editor offers a WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) editor that displays the text on screen the same way it will look in print as you type it—simplifying creating professional-quality documents, letters, reports, and resumes. Since 2017, the default file format of Word has been .docx, replacing the older .doc files, though Word can export your work in multiple formats, including PDF, plain text, and others. Word is available as a desktop app and as a web-based app in Office 365.

What careers use Microsoft Word?

Microsoft Office gets used in a wide variety of businesses, and in those businesses, Word is one of the most used apps in the Office suite. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word is required in a large percentage of office jobs. The most practical careers using Word include those involving writing, for example, editor, technical writer, content creation specialist, copy editor, blogger, literary editor, staff writer, web content writer, grant writer, communications officer, executive assistant, public relations manager, columnist, reporter, and typist. Word is also used frequently in jobs that require reports, memos, or proposals to be written, like project manager, director, office manager, and more.

What you’ll learn

Setup Microsoft 365 Account
Learn Microsoft Word
Learn Microsoft Word Menu and Interface
Learn Main Menu
Learn Toolbar Menu and …


Willingness to Have Fun and Learn!
Setup Microsoft Office


Have you always wanted to learn Microsoft Word but don’t know where to start?
Would you like to create Docs and bring your ideas to life?
Then Microsoft Word 2022 Ultimate Course is for you!
Microsoft Word is an in-demand skill in 2022.
The course begins with the basics.
I’ll take you through everything you need to know to start creating Docs like an expert with Microsoft Word.
You’ll learn all the fundamentals of Microsoft Word.
This is great for students starting or for IT Personal that needs a refresher course on Microsoft Word.
There are no requirements necessary to enroll I only ask that you come open-minded and ready to learn
Feel Free to look through the course description and checkout some of my preview videos
The course is packed with over 5-6 hours of hands-on tutorials

Here is what you will Learn:

01. Introduction
001. Overview
02. Products
03. Word – Desktop App
002. Overview
003. Install Word Desktop App
004. Summary
05. Main Menu
005. Overview
006. File
007. Edit
008. View
009. Insert
010. Format
011. Tools
012. Table
013. Window
014. Help
015. Summary
06. Menu & Tools
016. Overview
017. Setup Project
018. Home
019. Insert
020. Draw
021. Design
022. Layout
023. References
024. Mailings
025. Review
026. Share
028. Summary
and more…
So what are you waiting for? I look forward to going through the course with you I’ll see you inside!
Who this course is for:
Beginner to Advanced Students wanting to Learn Microsoft Word

Courses WordPress

WordPress Tutorial

WordPress is an open-source Content Management System (CMS), which allows users to build dynamic websites and blogs. WordPress is the most popular blogging system on the web and allows updating, customizing, and managing the website from its back-end CMS and components. This tutorial will teach you the basics of WordPress using which you can create websites with ease. The tutorial is divided into various sections for convenience. Each of these sections contains related topics with screenshots explaining the WordPress admin screens.


This tutorial has been prepared for those who have a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS and have an urge to develop websites. After completing this tutorial, you will find yourself at a moderate level of expertise in developing sites or blogs using WordPress.


Before you start with this tutorial, we are assuming that you are already aware of the basics of HTML and CSS. If you are not aware of these concepts, then we suggest you go through our short tutorial on HTML and CSS.

If you want to do it by yourself, then please continue to follow our step-by-step guide on how to make a website.

Here is an overview from start to finish of all the steps we’ll walk you through in this guide.

How to find and register a domain name
Choosing the best web hosting
How to install WordPress
Installing a template to change your site’s design
Creating pages in WordPress
Customizing WordPress with add-ons and extensions
Resources to learn WordPress and get support
Taking it further, building websites with more features (eCommerce stores, membership sites, selling online courses, and more).
Before we start creating a website, let’s cover some of the most commonly asked questions that we get.

First, nope you DO NOT need to be a web developer to create a custom website. Our guide is written for non-techy users, and we will show you a no-code solution to creating a website.

With that said, let’s look at all the things you need to build a website.

What do I need to build a website?

You’ll need the following three things to start your WordPress site.
A domain name – this is the name of your website such as
WordPress hosting – this is where your website files are stored.
45 minutes of your undivided attention.

How much does a WordPress website cost?

The answer to this question really depends on what kind of website you are trying to build. We have written a 2000 word guide explaining how much does it really cost to build a website.

A typical business website can cost as low as $100 per year and can go as high as $30,000 per year.

We recommend all our users start small and then add more features to your website as your business grows. This way you will save money and minimize potential losses while avoiding overspending.

In this guide, we’ll show you how to build a website for less than $100.

We will also show you how to take it further by adding more features to it in the future.

Which is the best website platform?

There are many website builders available that will help you set up a website. We recommend using self-hosted WordPress as your website platform.
WordPress is the most popular website platform in the world. It powers nearly 43% of all websites on the internet.
WordPress is free, open-source, and comes with thousands of pre-built website designs and extensions. It is extremely flexible and works with almost every third-party tool and service available to website owners.
We use WordPress to build all our websites.

How to make the most of this create a website tutorial?

This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to make a website. We have divided it into different steps, and we’ll walk you through everything from start to finish. Just follow along with the instructions, and you’ll have a professional-looking website in the end.
We will also point you in the right direction to take your website to the next level based on your needs.

Have fun creating your website.

Remember, if you need help, you can contact us and we will set up your website.

Let’s get started.

Courses powerpoint

PowerPoint for Windows training

With PowerPoint on your PC, Mac, or mobile device:

  • Create presentations from scratch or a template.
  • Add text, images, art, and videos.
  • Select a professional design with a PowerPoint Designer.
  • Add transitions, animations, and motion.
  • Save to OneDrive, to get to your presentations from your computer, tablet, or phone.
  • Share and work with others, wherever they are.
What careers is PowerPoint useful for?

A wide range of professions across multiple industries depend on PowerPoint, as it’s one of the most effective ways to communicate data, messages, and ideas, deliver reports and project updates, persuade or engage an audience, and impart instructions. Business professionals might use the program to show off performance metrics to clients, while researchers may find it useful to present new findings to their colleagues. Educators often use it as a visual aid while teaching their lessons, and sometimes require their students to do the same when working on projects that require an oral presentation. Other careers that commonly rely on PowerPoint are administrative and executive assistants, graphic designers, customer service reps, salespeople, project managers, writers, consultants, public and motivational speakers, corporate trainers, marketers, human resources managers, financial analysts, and investment bankers.

Is PowerPoint hard to learn?

PowerPoint is very easy to learn, especially if you’re already familiar with Microsoft Word (the two programs share quite a few editing and formatting tools). One of the best ways to get more familiar with the program is through online courses. These will allow you to follow along at your own pace at a level of expertise that you’re most comfortable with. Many find TUA’s PowerPoint courses helpful, as they show you how to build and design slideshows step-by-step.

What you’ll learn

  • Complete startup and design of a presentation in the first section so you can use it immediately
  • Design Themes
  • AutoSaving Features for Safeguarding
  • Image styling and artistic effects
  • Template Customization and Creation
  • Font and Paragraph formatting
  • How to get FREE templates
  • How to upload videos
  • Do’s and Don’t of Presenting
  • Quick Access Toolbar and Productivity Training via Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Transitions and Animations – Delay and Click Activated
  • Table Construction and Formatting
  • Chart Design using PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel Chart Import
    Review Functions
  • Master Views and Whole Template Quick Editing
  • Header and Footer Customization
  • Printing Layout Options
  • Document Emailing and Sharing


Paper and pen to take notes
Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
Microsoft Excel 2016 to generate table data for some sections
Access to a computer and the Internet
No prior knowledge required


Are you a business professional needing to up-skill?
Are you struggling to get a pay-rise and/or promotion?
Are you a recent graduate with an empty-looking resume and no job experience?
Have you recently been laid off, fired, or had a contract end?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above then having “Expert Microsoft Office Skills” will get you closer to your goal of either landing your first job, a new job, or progressing further in your current role. Here’s why.
The job market has never been more volatile. Statistically, people are changing jobs more often now than they ever have before and that also means people are also losing jobs to newcomers who are far more skilled. So if you’re not up-skilling, you’re falling behind. It’s scary I know. I’ve experienced this myself.
A study released by Microsoft and the IDC showed that among 14.6 million job postings, proficiency in Microsoft Office was ranked 2nd as the most desired skill by employers leading up to 2020. Microsoft Office proficiency ranked higher than Project Management skills, Sales Experience, Time Management, Analytical Skills, Interpersonal Skills, and Work Ethics.
This is because we live in the digital age, meaning employers are looking for proficient data handlers who process data faster, are more data-organized, and can communicate effectively via digital channels. These are skills everyone should have no matter the discipline because they are transferable skills. It makes you more adaptable and more valuable in the long term. This brings us back to Microsoft Office. It is the oldest, most well-known, most affordable, and most trusted data management tool available and hence everyone uses it. So to be noticed and taken seriously in your job or job application, proficiency in these programs is compulsory.


One of the most common problems with online learning content is that there is so much of it now and it’s difficult to know where to start or who to turn to. Many go the YouTube route and piece together videos from hundreds of tutorials from hundreds of tutors hoping to become an expert at the end of it all. This simply won’t happen and will just waste your time.
Many take the route you’re about to take, they decide to enroll in an online training course. Many charge hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars for their courses which is simply unaffordable for university students, recent graduates, the unemployed, or those looking for a career change. That is the reason why I have decided to keep this course as low as possible.


I built this course so that you can immediately use PowerPoint once you finish the first section. It contains all the basic elements you need to build and present your presentation. Following that section, each section will get progressively harder until you become an expert. I will show you:

All basic elements of PowerPoint slide design

Image Control and Manipulation, Artistic Effects, Shapes, and SmartArt
How to help yourself when you encounter a specific problem
Standard Printing, PDF Printing Options, Email, and Sharing
Quick Access Toolbar Setup, Productivity Techniques, and Keyboard Shortcuts
Slides Transitions, Object Animations, and Complete Effect Customization
Post Review Functions including Spell Checking, Thesaurus, Researching, Window Duplication, and Password Protection Protocols
Video Uploading from your Computer and YouTube, Video Trimming, Audio Recordings, and Screen Casting
Presentations Do’s and Don’ts which teaches you Slide Design and Structure, Sequencing, Logistics, and Communication Tips
Table Design, Object Linking, and Excel Connections
Complete Chart Design including Elements, Styling, and Control
Header and Footer Design for Document Tracking
Master Views for Template Control
And much more…

Courses English Courses

English International Tourism

This course has got three levels; pre-intermediate, intermediate & upper-intermediate. Each book has
ten units overall + workbook and case study at the end of each unit. The best syllabus will be to divide
the coursebook in half and cover the first five units in one term and the rest of the book in the other.
– Pre-intermediate Book
✓ The first term: units 1 to 5 will be covered.
✓ Number of sessions: 10 sessions (with the exception of case studies and workbooks).
✓ Duration of each session: 90 minutes.
✓ The second term: units 6 to 10 will be covered.
✓ Number of sessions: 10 sessions (with the exception of case studies and workbooks).
✓ Duration of each session: 90 minutes.

– Intermediate Book
✓ The first term: units 1 to 5 will be covered.
✓ Number of sessions: 10 sessions (with the exception of case studies and workbooks).
✓ Duration of each session: 90 minutes.
✓ The second term: units 6 to 10 will be covered.
✓ Number of sessions: 10 sessions (with the exception of case studies and workbooks).
✓ Duration of each session: 90 minutes

– Upper-Intermediate Book
✓ The first term: units 1 to 5 will be covered.
✓ Number of sessions: 10 sessions (with the exception of case studies and workbooks).
✓ Duration of each session: 90 minutes.
✓ The second term: units 6 to 10 will be covered.
✓ Number of sessions: 10 sessions (with the exception of case studies and workbooks).
✓ Duration of each session: 90 minutes

Overall, 60 SESSIONS will require at least to cover the whole syllabus and books. It is highly
recommended to (somehow) include the case studies in the syllabus as they include useful tips and can
raise the student’s understanding of the materials covered.