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89285| University College London| ANTIBODIES: Sequence, Structure & Designing Therapeutics|

An understanding of antibody sequence and structure is essential for exploring the potential of antibody-based therapeutics and for engineering them for suitable use as drugs. This course covers the initial bioinformatics of antibody research to designing therapeutics for patients.

The course will be of interest to Pharma, medics, healthcare professionals and researchers.

The course runs for two days and is based in the UCL in central London.

For more information, go to the website

The cost is £1280 if paid by 30th May

Reduced to £550 for post-doctoral researchers

 

 

 

 

 

89279| Multiple Locations| Writing for the Web|

Run through an Adobe authorised training centre, this course looks at how people actually read copy online and how you need to prepare, write and edit your copy to meet that reality.

The course is editorial rather than technical in emphasis and will cover the principles and techniques involved in getting text right for an online environment.

You are encouraged to bring in examples of your own work in order to put together your own strategy for writing online copy that works. You do not need any previous web writing experience to attend our Writing for the Web course.

Course Content

Introduction

  • How visitors read online and how they scan a page
  • The difference between writing for the web and writing offline copy
  • Putting together a strategy for writing web copy that works

Knowing your Users

  • Who uses your website?
  • Developing the right tone of voice on the web

Style Guides

  • Developing and implementing editorial content style guides

The Principles of Web Writing

  • Techniques to produce targeted, relevant copy
  • Inverted pyramids
  • Using heads and sells in web copy
  • Sentence and paragraph structure
  • Signposting your copy
  • Chunking down copy
  • Self-contained copy units
  • Evergreening online copy
  • Non-linear formatsEditorial styles and formats
  • Developing editorial style guides
  • Creating attention-grabbing structures to standardise and simplify your content

The Art of Webifying

  • Re-purposing or webifying existing offline copy
  • Practical examples of how to take existing offline copy and turn it into accessible online copy that works

Attracting and Retaining Readers

  • Using keywords
  • Using links and site structure to maximise page visits

Language Skills

  • Reducing errors and inconsistencies when writing for the web
  • Practical exercises designed to improve your ability to write clear, concise, user-friendly, brand-focused copy
  • Proofreading online copy

Assessments

Delegates will tackle hands-on exercises at the end of each section to cement their learning, and personal achievement will be assessed throughout the day.

Award & Recognition

On successful completion of a course, delegates are awarded a certificate to demonstrate completing and passing an examination or producing a successful assessment.

*Please note: A marking fee of £50 is to be paid directly to the tutor at the end of the course, for the marking of the examination.

Please contact us on 0207 221 3399 for details, or complete the enquiry form.

89280| Multiple Locations| Writing for the Web|

Run through an Adobe authorised training centre, this course looks at how people actually read copy online and how you need to prepare, write and edit your copy to meet that reality.

The course is editorial rather than technical in emphasis and will cover the principles and techniques involved in getting text right for an online environment.

You are encouraged to bring in examples of your own work in order to put together your own strategy for writing online copy that works. You do not need any previous web writing experience to attend our Writing for the Web course.

Course Content

Introduction

  • How visitors read online and how they scan a page
  • The difference between writing for the web and writing offline copy
  • Putting together a strategy for writing web copy that works

Knowing your Users

  • Who uses your website?
  • Developing the right tone of voice on the web

Style Guides

  • Developing and implementing editorial content style guides

The Principles of Web Writing

  • Techniques to produce targeted, relevant copy
  • Inverted pyramids
  • Using heads and sells in web copy
  • Sentence and paragraph structure
  • Signposting your copy
  • Chunking down copy
  • Self-contained copy units
  • Evergreening online copy
  • Non-linear formatsEditorial styles and formats
  • Developing editorial style guides
  • Creating attention-grabbing structures to standardise and simplify your content

The Art of Webifying

  • Re-purposing or webifying existing offline copy
  • Practical examples of how to take existing offline copy and turn it into accessible online copy that works

Attracting and Retaining Readers

  • Using keywords
  • Using links and site structure to maximise page visits

Language Skills

  • Reducing errors and inconsistencies when writing for the web
  • Practical exercises designed to improve your ability to write clear, concise, user-friendly, brand-focused copy
  • Proofreading online copy

Assessments

Delegates will tackle hands-on exercises at the end of each section to cement their learning, and personal achievement will be assessed throughout the day.

Award & Recognition

On successful completion of a course, delegates are awarded a certificate to demonstrate completing and passing an examination or producing a successful assessment.

*Please note: A marking fee of £50 is to be paid directly to the tutor at the end of the course, for the marking of the examination.

Please contact us on 0207 221 3399 for details, or complete the enquiry form.

89281| Multiple Locations| Writing for the Web|

Run through an Adobe authorised training centre, this course looks at how people actually read copy online and how you need to prepare, write and edit your copy to meet that reality.

The course is editorial rather than technical in emphasis and will cover the principles and techniques involved in getting text right for an online environment.

You are encouraged to bring in examples of your own work in order to put together your own strategy for writing online copy that works. You do not need any previous web writing experience to attend our Writing for the Web course.

Course Content

Introduction

  • How visitors read online and how they scan a page
  • The difference between writing for the web and writing offline copy
  • Putting together a strategy for writing web copy that works

Knowing your Users

  • Who uses your website?
  • Developing the right tone of voice on the web

Style Guides

  • Developing and implementing editorial content style guides

The Principles of Web Writing

  • Techniques to produce targeted, relevant copy
  • Inverted pyramids
  • Using heads and sells in web copy
  • Sentence and paragraph structure
  • Signposting your copy
  • Chunking down copy
  • Self-contained copy units
  • Evergreening online copy
  • Non-linear formatsEditorial styles and formats
  • Developing editorial style guides
  • Creating attention-grabbing structures to standardise and simplify your content

The Art of Webifying

  • Re-purposing or webifying existing offline copy
  • Practical examples of how to take existing offline copy and turn it into accessible online copy that works

Attracting and Retaining Readers

  • Using keywords
  • Using links and site structure to maximise page visits

Language Skills

  • Reducing errors and inconsistencies when writing for the web
  • Practical exercises designed to improve your ability to write clear, concise, user-friendly, brand-focused copy
  • Proofreading online copy

Assessments

Delegates will tackle hands-on exercises at the end of each section to cement their learning, and personal achievement will be assessed throughout the day.

Award & Recognition

On successful completion of a course, delegates are awarded a certificate to demonstrate completing and passing an examination or producing a successful assessment.

*Please note: A marking fee of £50 is to be paid directly to the tutor at the end of the course, for the marking of the examination.

Please contact us on 0207 221 3399 for details, or complete the enquiry form.

89282| Multiple Locations| Writing for the Web|

Run through an Adobe authorised training centre, this course looks at how people actually read copy online and how you need to prepare, write and edit your copy to meet that reality.

The course is editorial rather than technical in emphasis and will cover the principles and techniques involved in getting text right for an online environment.

You are encouraged to bring in examples of your own work in order to put together your own strategy for writing online copy that works. You do not need any previous web writing experience to attend our Writing for the Web course.

Course Content

Introduction

  • How visitors read online and how they scan a page
  • The difference between writing for the web and writing offline copy
  • Putting together a strategy for writing web copy that works

Knowing your Users

  • Who uses your website?
  • Developing the right tone of voice on the web

Style Guides

  • Developing and implementing editorial content style guides

The Principles of Web Writing

  • Techniques to produce targeted, relevant copy
  • Inverted pyramids
  • Using heads and sells in web copy
  • Sentence and paragraph structure
  • Signposting your copy
  • Chunking down copy
  • Self-contained copy units
  • Evergreening online copy
  • Non-linear formatsEditorial styles and formats
  • Developing editorial style guides
  • Creating attention-grabbing structures to standardise and simplify your content

The Art of Webifying

  • Re-purposing or webifying existing offline copy
  • Practical examples of how to take existing offline copy and turn it into accessible online copy that works

Attracting and Retaining Readers

  • Using keywords
  • Using links and site structure to maximise page visits

Language Skills

  • Reducing errors and inconsistencies when writing for the web
  • Practical exercises designed to improve your ability to write clear, concise, user-friendly, brand-focused copy
  • Proofreading online copy

Assessments

Delegates will tackle hands-on exercises at the end of each section to cement their learning, and personal achievement will be assessed throughout the day.

Award & Recognition

On successful completion of a course, delegates are awarded a certificate to demonstrate completing and passing an examination or producing a successful assessment.

*Please note: A marking fee of £50 is to be paid directly to the tutor at the end of the course, for the marking of the examination.

Please contact us on 0207 221 3399 for details, or complete the enquiry form.

89283| Multiple Locations| Writing for the Web|

Run through an Adobe authorised training centre, this course looks at how people actually read copy online and how you need to prepare, write and edit your copy to meet that reality.

The course is editorial rather than technical in emphasis and will cover the principles and techniques involved in getting text right for an online environment.

You are encouraged to bring in examples of your own work in order to put together your own strategy for writing online copy that works. You do not need any previous web writing experience to attend our Writing for the Web course.

Course Content

Introduction

  • How visitors read online and how they scan a page
  • The difference between writing for the web and writing offline copy
  • Putting together a strategy for writing web copy that works

Knowing your Users

  • Who uses your website?
  • Developing the right tone of voice on the web

Style Guides

  • Developing and implementing editorial content style guides

The Principles of Web Writing

  • Techniques to produce targeted, relevant copy
  • Inverted pyramids
  • Using heads and sells in web copy
  • Sentence and paragraph structure
  • Signposting your copy
  • Chunking down copy
  • Self-contained copy units
  • Evergreening online copy
  • Non-linear formatsEditorial styles and formats
  • Developing editorial style guides
  • Creating attention-grabbing structures to standardise and simplify your content

The Art of Webifying

  • Re-purposing or webifying existing offline copy
  • Practical examples of how to take existing offline copy and turn it into accessible online copy that works

Attracting and Retaining Readers

  • Using keywords
  • Using links and site structure to maximise page visits

Language Skills

  • Reducing errors and inconsistencies when writing for the web
  • Practical exercises designed to improve your ability to write clear, concise, user-friendly, brand-focused copy
  • Proofreading online copy

Assessments

Delegates will tackle hands-on exercises at the end of each section to cement their learning, and personal achievement will be assessed throughout the day.

Award & Recognition

On successful completion of a course, delegates are awarded a certificate to demonstrate completing and passing an examination or producing a successful assessment.

*Please note: A marking fee of £50 is to be paid directly to the tutor at the end of the course, for the marking of the examination.

Please contact us on 0207 221 3399 for details, or complete the enquiry form.

89284| Multiple Locations| Writing for the Web|

Run through an Adobe authorised training centre, this course looks at how people actually read copy online and how you need to prepare, write and edit your copy to meet that reality.

The course is editorial rather than technical in emphasis and will cover the principles and techniques involved in getting text right for an online environment.

You are encouraged to bring in examples of your own work in order to put together your own strategy for writing online copy that works. You do not need any previous web writing experience to attend our Writing for the Web course.

Course Content

Introduction

  • How visitors read online and how they scan a page
  • The difference between writing for the web and writing offline copy
  • Putting together a strategy for writing web copy that works

Knowing your Users

  • Who uses your website?
  • Developing the right tone of voice on the web

Style Guides

  • Developing and implementing editorial content style guides

The Principles of Web Writing

  • Techniques to produce targeted, relevant copy
  • Inverted pyramids
  • Using heads and sells in web copy
  • Sentence and paragraph structure
  • Signposting your copy
  • Chunking down copy
  • Self-contained copy units
  • Evergreening online copy
  • Non-linear formatsEditorial styles and formats
  • Developing editorial style guides
  • Creating attention-grabbing structures to standardise and simplify your content

The Art of Webifying

  • Re-purposing or webifying existing offline copy
  • Practical examples of how to take existing offline copy and turn it into accessible online copy that works

Attracting and Retaining Readers

  • Using keywords
  • Using links and site structure to maximise page visits

Language Skills

  • Reducing errors and inconsistencies when writing for the web
  • Practical exercises designed to improve your ability to write clear, concise, user-friendly, brand-focused copy
  • Proofreading online copy

Assessments

Delegates will tackle hands-on exercises at the end of each section to cement their learning, and personal achievement will be assessed throughout the day.

Award & Recognition

On successful completion of a course, delegates are awarded a certificate to demonstrate completing and passing an examination or producing a successful assessment.

*Please note: A marking fee of £50 is to be paid directly to the tutor at the end of the course, for the marking of the examination.

Please contact us on 0207 221 3399 for details, or complete the enquiry form.

89217| British Institute of International and Comparative Law| Legal Practice in International Law|

Legal Practice in International Law

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23rd May 2016Time: 17:30-19:00Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Council Chamber, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP

The dynamic development of international law across so many areas has required more international lawyers. International lawyers are found working on refugee camps, managing international financial organisations, on a government trade mission, in transactional and litigation areas of law firms, arguing and deciding human rights cases, drafting tax legislation, advising environmental non-governmental organisations, enthusing students at universities, and doing a wide variety of other legal and non-legal jobs. Despite this, there are still uncertainties about what is an international lawyer, and what type of careers there can be in international law.

This seminar aims to provide an insight into a range of possible careers as an international lawyer. The speakers have a diversity of backgrounds and experiences, which is of assistance to all those considering a career in international law - whether at the beginning of their professional life or part-way through it.


Speakers

  • Yasmine Ahmed, Human Rights Watch
  • Richard Meeran, Leigh Day
  • Kate Parlett, 20 Essex Street
  • Constantine Partasides QC, Three Crowns
  • Qudsi Rasheed, FCO

Event convened by Professor Robert McCorquodale , Institute Director, British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL).


Download the Event Flyer

Join the conversation @BIICL #legalpractice


 

CPD points

This event is accredited for 1.5 CPD hours.


Pricing and Registration

BIICL Members:

  • Individual - £15
  • Full-time Academic - £10
  • Full-time Student - Free

Non-members:

  • Individual - £30
  • Full-time Academic - £20
  • Full-time Student - £10

N.B. The Academic rate also applies to staff of government and non-profit organisations.


Contact

If you have any queries, please contact the Events team

89209| University of Manchester| Clinical Bioinformatics: Unlocking Genomics in Healthcare (free online CPD course)|

This free five-week online course in Clinical Bioinformatics: Unlocking Genomics in Healthcare aims to raise awareness among healthcare professionals of the role of clinical bioinformatics and genomics in healthcare today.

Run by The University of Manchester in partnership with FutureLearn, this course is led by Dr Angela Davies and Professor Andy Brass and has been developed in conjunction with the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences and the Manchester Centre for Genomic Medicine

We will illustrate how the discipline of clinical bioinformatics provides an important bridge between the cutting edge science and delivery of genomic medicine in clinical practice.

By understanding the role of a clinical bioinformatician, it will become clear how integral they are to ensuring the beneficial opportunities of genomic medicine are fully realised in patient care.

More information on the content of the course can be found on the FutureLearn website.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

This course is aimed at current healthcare professionals who are interested in learning more about the role of clinical bioinformatics, and will also be applicable to people with an interest in the application of genomics in healthcare.

It is not essential to have previous experience or knowledge of bioinformatics or genomics, although medical terminology is used and the course is designed to be applicable to practising healthcare professionals.

Unique features

The course is completely free, although you will have the opportunity to purchase a Statement of Participation that will provide both a physical and digital record of your participation.

You might find this useful for demonstrating evidence of informal CPD, commitment to your career, or of your awareness of the issues in a particular subject.

Course duration, fees and how to book

This five-week course starts on 6 June 2016 and consists of two hours of learning each week.

There are no fees to pay and you can sign up online on the FutureLearn website.

89208| University of Manchester| Retinal Vascular Disease (CPD course unit)|

This Retinal Vascular Disease CPD unit at The University of Manchester provides a grounding in the epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of common retinal vascular pathologies such as diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusions. 

You will learn through a variety of methods, including lectures, tutorials, workshops, practical sessions and self-directed learning. 

Students will earn 15 postgraduate credits upon completion of the course, which can be used to progress towards the full Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science MSc

Who the course is for and entry requirements

All applicants need to be qualified optometrists or healthcare professionals with ophthalmic experience.

Students whose first language is not English also need an IELTS score of 6.5 or higher.

Unique features

Peer review discussions and the opportunity for staff-student feedback will be provided during tutorials. Formal and informal feedback will be provided by the unit lead and clinical lecturers throughout the course. 

Course duration, fees and how to book

The fee for this course is £650 for UK/EU students and £1,300 for international students.

The course will start in October 2016 and will consist of ten face-to-face sessions lasting between one and two hours each, running over a period of ten weeks up until the end of the year. These sessions will be supplemented by online learning.

To apply, please follow the instructions on our website.

89207| University of Manchester| Macular Degeneration (CPD course unit)|

This blended learning Macular Degeneration CPD unit at The University of Manchester will provide optometry professionals with a core understanding of the basic pathophysiology of age-related macular degeneration and the role of modern investigative techniques.

The course includes an overview of the pathophysiology of macular degeneration, incorporating aetiology, genetics and epidemiology.

You will also review the latest research findings in clinical practice, including evidence-based treatment guidelines, before discussing the use and utility of the latest investigative techniques in applying management decisions.

Students will earn 15 postgraduate credits upon completion of the course, which can be used to progress towards the full Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science MSc.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

All applicants need to be qualified optometrists or healthcare professionals with ophthalmic experience.

Students whose first language is not English also need an IELTS score of 6.5 or higher.

Unique features

The course content will primarily be delivered through face-to-face lectures and practical sessions involving key staff from the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital.

Course duration, fees and how to book

The fee for this course is £650 for UK/EU students and £1,300 for international students.

The course will start in October 2016 and will consist of ten face-to-face sessions lasting between one and two hours each, running over a period of ten weeks up until the end of the year. These sessions will be supplemented by online learning.

To apply, please follow the instructions on our website.

89206| Kinesio UK| Certified Kinesio Taping Courses - KT1/2 Manchester|

 

‘Great instructors who use their breadth of knowledge to help explain concepts, practical application and clinical practice – excellent’ – Premiership Physiotherapist

Kinesio UK offer the only training courses in the UK and Ireland endorsed by the KTAI (Kinesio Taping Association International), founded by Dr Kase, and recognised worldwide. The KTAI is a group of medical professionals dedicated to advancing the science of the Kinesio Taping method through education, clinical practice and research ensuring Kinesio Taping remains at the forefront of fascial, lymphatic and muscle taping.

On an approved Kinesio Taping course (KT1 & KT2), participants receive the most up-to-date instruction available on the Kinesio Taping Method. Each of our highly qualified certified instructors (CKTI) has undertaken an extensive training program, taught by Dr Kase, to ensure practitioners learn the skills to provide their patients with the most effective treatment. Each course follows a specific curriculum set by the KTAI and practitioners receive certification which is recognised worldwide, as well as obtaining 60 day trial access to a reference database, research library and forums.

Kinesio courses are designed for practitioners in an advanced healthcare setting. Our attendees are professional healthcare practitioners, including – but not limited to - physiotherapists, sports therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, occupational therapists, massage therapists and lymphoedema specialists. Our objective is to provide every practitioner with Kinesio Taping skills through expert instruction, including using the tape for:-

• Re-education of the neuromuscular system
• Support and relaxation for muscles
• Muscle injury prevention
• Swelling and pain reduction
• Improved functional movement and positioning

 

KT1 – Fundamental Concepts, Screening/Muscle Test & Muscle Applications (taken in conjunction with KT2 course)
8 hour - Day 1 Overview

Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts (2 hrs)
History of Kinesio Taping technique
Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts
Benefits and limitations of Kinesio Taping
Physical characteristics and qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
Application of tape to learn proper ‘feel’ and how to remove tape from backing
Examine difference between longitudinal and cross-wise stretching of the tape
Stretch properties of Kinesio Tape
Basic application techniques of how tape is cut and applied, preparation of body part to be taped and maintenance of tape once it is applied
Apply the Kinesio Taping Method to relax overuse syndromes, stimulate weak muscles and decrease pain and swelling
Basic Upper Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)
Basic Lower Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)

KT2 – Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques
8 hour - Day 2 Overview

Corrective Kinesio Taping Techniques (2 hrs)
Mechanical, Functional, Space, Fascia, Ligament/Tendon, Functional and Lymphatic
Corrective Technique Applications (6 hrs)
Ample time to practice applying these techniques to a variety of upper and lower body conditions.
Ability to discuss and apply the Kinesio Taping Method to orthopaedic and neurological conditions

KT1 & KT2 Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

• Correctly describe the fundamental concepts of Kinesio Taping Method
• Accurately describe the unique qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly to relax and stimulate muscles
• Correctly apply the 5 corrective techniques of the Kinesio Taping Method in guided laboratory sessions
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly for pain, swelling, joint mobility, and stability
• Correctly apply Kinesio Taping techniques for treatment of select clinical conditions using the concepts and principals of the Kinesio Taping Method

89205| Kinesio UK| Certified Kinesio Taping Courses - KT1/2 Edinburgh|

 

‘Great instructors who use their breadth of knowledge to help explain concepts, practical application and clinical practice – excellent’ – Premiership Physiotherapist

Kinesio UK offer the only training courses in the UK and Ireland endorsed by the KTAI (Kinesio Taping Association International), founded by Dr Kase, and recognised worldwide. The KTAI is a group of medical professionals dedicated to advancing the science of the Kinesio Taping method through education, clinical practice and research ensuring Kinesio Taping remains at the forefront of fascial, lymphatic and muscle taping.

On an approved Kinesio Taping course (KT1 & KT2), participants receive the most up-to-date instruction available on the Kinesio Taping Method. Each of our highly qualified certified instructors (CKTI) has undertaken an extensive training program, taught by Dr Kase, to ensure practitioners learn the skills to provide their patients with the most effective treatment. Each course follows a specific curriculum set by the KTAI and practitioners receive certification which is recognised worldwide, as well as obtaining 60 day trial access to a reference database, research library and forums.

Kinesio courses are designed for practitioners in an advanced healthcare setting. Our attendees are professional healthcare practitioners, including – but not limited to - physiotherapists, sports therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, occupational therapists, massage therapists and lymphoedema specialists. Our objective is to provide every practitioner with Kinesio Taping skills through expert instruction, including using the tape for:-

• Re-education of the neuromuscular system
• Support and relaxation for muscles
• Muscle injury prevention
• Swelling and pain reduction
• Improved functional movement and positioning

 

KT1 – Fundamental Concepts, Screening/Muscle Test & Muscle Applications (taken in conjunction with KT2 course)
8 hour - Day 1 Overview

Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts (2 hrs)
History of Kinesio Taping technique
Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts
Benefits and limitations of Kinesio Taping
Physical characteristics and qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
Application of tape to learn proper ‘feel’ and how to remove tape from backing
Examine difference between longitudinal and cross-wise stretching of the tape
Stretch properties of Kinesio Tape
Basic application techniques of how tape is cut and applied, preparation of body part to be taped and maintenance of tape once it is applied
Apply the Kinesio Taping Method to relax overuse syndromes, stimulate weak muscles and decrease pain and swelling
Basic Upper Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)
Basic Lower Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)

KT2 – Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques
8 hour - Day 2 Overview

Corrective Kinesio Taping Techniques (2 hrs)
Mechanical, Functional, Space, Fascia, Ligament/Tendon, Functional and Lymphatic
Corrective Technique Applications (6 hrs)
Ample time to practice applying these techniques to a variety of upper and lower body conditions.
Ability to discuss and apply the Kinesio Taping Method to orthopaedic and neurological conditions

KT1 & KT2 Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

• Correctly describe the fundamental concepts of Kinesio Taping Method
• Accurately describe the unique qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly to relax and stimulate muscles
• Correctly apply the 5 corrective techniques of the Kinesio Taping Method in guided laboratory sessions
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly for pain, swelling, joint mobility, and stability
• Correctly apply Kinesio Taping techniques for treatment of select clinical conditions using the concepts and principals of the Kinesio Taping Method

89204| Kinesio UK| Certified Kinesio Taping Courses - KT1/2 Norfolk|

 

‘Great instructors who use their breadth of knowledge to help explain concepts, practical application and clinical practice – excellent’ – Premiership Physiotherapist

Kinesio UK offer the only training courses in the UK and Ireland endorsed by the KTAI (Kinesio Taping Association International), founded by Dr Kase, and recognised worldwide. The KTAI is a group of medical professionals dedicated to advancing the science of the Kinesio Taping method through education, clinical practice and research ensuring Kinesio Taping remains at the forefront of fascial, lymphatic and muscle taping.

On an approved Kinesio Taping course (KT1 & KT2), participants receive the most up-to-date instruction available on the Kinesio Taping Method. Each of our highly qualified certified instructors (CKTI) has undertaken an extensive training program, taught by Dr Kase, to ensure practitioners learn the skills to provide their patients with the most effective treatment. Each course follows a specific curriculum set by the KTAI and practitioners receive certification which is recognised worldwide, as well as obtaining 60 day trial access to a reference database, research library and forums.

Kinesio courses are designed for practitioners in an advanced healthcare setting. Our attendees are professional healthcare practitioners, including – but not limited to - physiotherapists, sports therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, occupational therapists, massage therapists and lymphoedema specialists. Our objective is to provide every practitioner with Kinesio Taping skills through expert instruction, including using the tape for:-

• Re-education of the neuromuscular system
• Support and relaxation for muscles
• Muscle injury prevention
• Swelling and pain reduction
• Improved functional movement and positioning

 

KT1 – Fundamental Concepts, Screening/Muscle Test & Muscle Applications (taken in conjunction with KT2 course)
8 hour - Day 1 Overview

Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts (2 hrs)
History of Kinesio Taping technique
Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts
Benefits and limitations of Kinesio Taping
Physical characteristics and qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
Application of tape to learn proper ‘feel’ and how to remove tape from backing
Examine difference between longitudinal and cross-wise stretching of the tape
Stretch properties of Kinesio Tape
Basic application techniques of how tape is cut and applied, preparation of body part to be taped and maintenance of tape once it is applied
Apply the Kinesio Taping Method to relax overuse syndromes, stimulate weak muscles and decrease pain and swelling
Basic Upper Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)
Basic Lower Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)

KT2 – Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques
8 hour - Day 2 Overview

Corrective Kinesio Taping Techniques (2 hrs)
Mechanical, Functional, Space, Fascia, Ligament/Tendon, Functional and Lymphatic
Corrective Technique Applications (6 hrs)
Ample time to practice applying these techniques to a variety of upper and lower body conditions.
Ability to discuss and apply the Kinesio Taping Method to orthopaedic and neurological conditions

KT1 & KT2 Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

• Correctly describe the fundamental concepts of Kinesio Taping Method
• Accurately describe the unique qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly to relax and stimulate muscles
• Correctly apply the 5 corrective techniques of the Kinesio Taping Method in guided laboratory sessions
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly for pain, swelling, joint mobility, and stability
• Correctly apply Kinesio Taping techniques for treatment of select clinical conditions using the concepts and principals of the Kinesio Taping Method

89202| University of Manchester| Molecular Diagnostics (CPD unit)|

The Molecular Diagnostics CPD unit at The University of Manchester will introduce you to the principles, development and application of current molecular techniques, both laboratory-based and bioinformatics, and explores their potential as diagnostic and research tools.

Modern diagnostic laboratories are now expanding their repertoire of laboratory techniques to exploit the capability of molecular methods for sensitive and specific detection of pathogens - revolutionising the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases. 

You will receive 15 credits upon completion of this course. The unit forms part of Manchester's IBMS-accredited Medical Microbiology MSc.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

This course is aimed at graduates and professionals requiring training in microbiology and virology.

An honours degree (minimum Upper Second) or overseas equivalent is required for direct entry to the units.

Non-standard applicants for the courses will be considered on an individual basis.

More information on entry requirements can be found on our website.

Unique features

On completion of this course, you will understand the principles and application of molecular biology tools in medical microbiology.

You will also be able to apply your molecular biology skills in the laboratory with confidence.

Course duration, fees and how to book

The fee for this unit is £1,100.

The course runs over three weeks between 28 November and 9 December 2016.

You can apply by completing the form on our website.

89201| University of Manchester| Practical Microbiology (CPD unit)|

The Practical Microbiology CPD course unit at The University of Manchester examines the theoretical and practical aspects of bacteriology, virology or mycology, with much of your time being spent in the laboratory to learn and perfect technical skills.

Lectures provide the background you need to understand which aspects of an organism's structure and growth characteristics permit identification, along with the principles behind recognised diagnostic procedures.

You will receive 15 credits upon completion of this course unit. This unit forms part of Manchester's IBMS-accredited Medical Microbiology MSc.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

This course is aimed at graduates and professionals requiring training in microbiology and virology.

An honours degree (minimum Upper Second) or overseas equivalent is required for direct entry to the units.

Non-standard applicants for the courses will be considered on an individual basis.

More information on entry requirements can be found on our website.

Unique features

You may apply to only study during one of the course unit's themed weeks, rather than the whole unit. The individual weeks are:

  • Practical Virology (7-11 November)
  • Practical Bacteriology (14-18 November)
  • Practical Mycology (21-25 November)

Course duration, fees and how to book

The fee for this course unit is £1,100.

The course runs over three weeks between 7 and 25 November 2016. You may apply to only study during one of the course unit's themed weeks, rather than the whole unit. 

You can apply by completing the form on our website.

89198| Multiple Locations| Clinical Flow Cytometry (CPD)|

Our 2.5-day Clinical Flow Cytometry CPD course enables biomedical scientists who use flow cytometry in industry or academia to improve their practical experience.

This course can form part of the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) CPD eportfolio, under the Self-Directed Learning/Educational Activities category.     

Through our training, you will develop the skills needed to design standard operating procedures and develop an in-depth understanding of the principles, troubleshooting and applications of flow cytometry in a clinical setting.

The course consists of 2.5 days of face-to-face training, plus additional e-learning activities.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

Our Clinical Flow Cytometry CPD course is open to biomedical scientists - including Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) members - who are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). We will ask for your registration details when you apply.

Please visit our website for more information on entry requirements.

Unique features

You will benefit from:

  • hands-on learning in the Manchester Collaborative Centre for Inflammation and Repair's fully-equipped flow cytometry facility;
  • building up your knowledge of flow cytometry through e-learning, including discussion boards and other online resources;
  • the chance to learn from experts in the field.

Course duration, fees and how to book

The fee for this course is £500. 

The course runs three times a year in January, June and September. There are 24 places available per intake. 

You will spend 2.5 days on practical learning in Manchester, with additional time to be spent on e-learning activities. 

Specific dates will be published once they have been confirmed for each event.

You will be able to apply by completing the form on our website.

89199| Multiple Locations| Clinical Flow Cytometry (CPD)|

Our 2.5-day Clinical Flow Cytometry CPD course enables biomedical scientists who use flow cytometry in industry or academia to improve their practical experience.

This course can form part of the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) CPD eportfolio, under the Self-Directed Learning/Educational Activities category.     

Through our training, you will develop the skills needed to design standard operating procedures and develop an in-depth understanding of the principles, troubleshooting and applications of flow cytometry in a clinical setting.

The course consists of 2.5 days of face-to-face training, plus additional e-learning activities.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

Our Clinical Flow Cytometry CPD course is open to biomedical scientists - including Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) members - who are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). We will ask for your registration details when you apply.

Please visit our website for more information on entry requirements.

Unique features

You will benefit from:

  • hands-on learning in the Manchester Collaborative Centre for Inflammation and Repair's fully-equipped flow cytometry facility;
  • building up your knowledge of flow cytometry through e-learning, including discussion boards and other online resources;
  • the chance to learn from experts in the field.

Course duration, fees and how to book

The fee for this course is £500. 

The course runs three times a year in January, June and September. There are 24 places available per intake. 

You will spend 2.5 days on practical learning in Manchester, with additional time to be spent on e-learning activities. 

Specific dates will be published once they have been confirmed for each event.

You will be able to apply by completing the form on our website.

89200| Multiple Locations| Clinical Flow Cytometry (CPD)|

Our 2.5-day Clinical Flow Cytometry CPD course enables biomedical scientists who use flow cytometry in industry or academia to improve their practical experience.

This course can form part of the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) CPD eportfolio, under the Self-Directed Learning/Educational Activities category.     

Through our training, you will develop the skills needed to design standard operating procedures and develop an in-depth understanding of the principles, troubleshooting and applications of flow cytometry in a clinical setting.

The course consists of 2.5 days of face-to-face training, plus additional e-learning activities.

Who the course is for and entry requirements

Our Clinical Flow Cytometry CPD course is open to biomedical scientists - including Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) members - who are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). We will ask for your registration details when you apply.

Please visit our website for more information on entry requirements.

Unique features

You will benefit from:

  • hands-on learning in the Manchester Collaborative Centre for Inflammation and Repair's fully-equipped flow cytometry facility;
  • building up your knowledge of flow cytometry through e-learning, including discussion boards and other online resources;
  • the chance to learn from experts in the field.

Course duration, fees and how to book

The fee for this course is £500. 

The course runs three times a year in January, June and September. There are 24 places available per intake. 

You will spend 2.5 days on practical learning in Manchester, with additional time to be spent on e-learning activities. 

Specific dates will be published once they have been confirmed for each event.

You will be able to apply by completing the form on our website.

89203| Kinesio UK| Certified Kinesio Taping Courses - KT1/2 Watford|

 

‘Great instructors who use their breadth of knowledge to help explain concepts, practical application and clinical practice – excellent’ – Premiership Physiotherapist

Kinesio UK offer the only training courses in the UK and Ireland endorsed by the KTAI (Kinesio Taping Association International), founded by Dr Kase, and recognised worldwide. The KTAI is a group of medical professionals dedicated to advancing the science of the Kinesio Taping method through education, clinical practice and research ensuring Kinesio Taping remains at the forefront of fascial, lymphatic and muscle taping.

On an approved Kinesio Taping course (KT1 & KT2), participants receive the most up-to-date instruction available on the Kinesio Taping Method. Each of our highly qualified certified instructors (CKTI) has undertaken an extensive training program, taught by Dr Kase, to ensure practitioners learn the skills to provide their patients with the most effective treatment. Each course follows a specific curriculum set by the KTAI and practitioners receive certification which is recognised worldwide, as well as obtaining 60 day trial access to a reference database, research library and forums.

Kinesio courses are designed for practitioners in an advanced healthcare setting. Our attendees are professional healthcare practitioners, including – but not limited to - physiotherapists, sports therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, occupational therapists, massage therapists and lymphoedema specialists. Our objective is to provide every practitioner with Kinesio Taping skills through expert instruction, including using the tape for:-

• Re-education of the neuromuscular system
• Support and relaxation for muscles
• Muscle injury prevention
• Swelling and pain reduction
• Improved functional movement and positioning

 

KT1 – Fundamental Concepts, Screening/Muscle Test & Muscle Applications (taken in conjunction with KT2 course)
8 hour - Day 1 Overview

Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts (2 hrs)
History of Kinesio Taping technique
Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts
Benefits and limitations of Kinesio Taping
Physical characteristics and qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
Application of tape to learn proper ‘feel’ and how to remove tape from backing
Examine difference between longitudinal and cross-wise stretching of the tape
Stretch properties of Kinesio Tape
Basic application techniques of how tape is cut and applied, preparation of body part to be taped and maintenance of tape once it is applied
Apply the Kinesio Taping Method to relax overuse syndromes, stimulate weak muscles and decrease pain and swelling
Basic Upper Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)
Basic Lower Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)

KT2 – Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques
8 hour - Day 2 Overview

Corrective Kinesio Taping Techniques (2 hrs)
Mechanical, Functional, Space, Fascia, Ligament/Tendon, Functional and Lymphatic
Corrective Technique Applications (6 hrs)
Ample time to practice applying these techniques to a variety of upper and lower body conditions.
Ability to discuss and apply the Kinesio Taping Method to orthopaedic and neurological conditions

KT1 & KT2 Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

• Correctly describe the fundamental concepts of Kinesio Taping Method
• Accurately describe the unique qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly to relax and stimulate muscles
• Correctly apply the 5 corrective techniques of the Kinesio Taping Method in guided laboratory sessions
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly for pain, swelling, joint mobility, and stability
• Correctly apply Kinesio Taping techniques for treatment of select clinical conditions using the concepts and principals of the Kinesio Taping Method

89197| Kinesio UK| Certified Kinesio Taping Courses - KT1/2 Birmingham|

 

‘Great instructors who use their breadth of knowledge to help explain concepts, practical application and clinical practice – excellent’ – Premiership Physiotherapist

Kinesio UK offer the only training courses in the UK and Ireland endorsed by the KTAI (Kinesio Taping Association International), founded by Dr Kase, and recognised worldwide. The KTAI is a group of medical professionals dedicated to advancing the science of the Kinesio Taping method through education, clinical practice and research ensuring Kinesio Taping remains at the forefront of fascial, lymphatic and muscle taping.

On an approved Kinesio Taping course (KT1 & KT2), participants receive the most up-to-date instruction available on the Kinesio Taping Method. Each of our highly qualified certified instructors (CKTI) has undertaken an extensive training program, taught by Dr Kase, to ensure practitioners learn the skills to provide their patients with the most effective treatment. Each course follows a specific curriculum set by the KTAI and practitioners receive certification which is recognised worldwide, as well as obtaining 60 day trial access to a reference database, research library and forums.

Kinesio courses are designed for practitioners in an advanced healthcare setting. Our attendees are professional healthcare practitioners, including – but not limited to - physiotherapists, sports therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, occupational therapists, massage therapists and lymphoedema specialists. Our objective is to provide every practitioner with Kinesio Taping skills through expert instruction, including using the tape for:-

• Re-education of the neuromuscular system
• Support and relaxation for muscles
• Muscle injury prevention
• Swelling and pain reduction
• Improved functional movement and positioning

 

KT1 – Fundamental Concepts, Screening/Muscle Test & Muscle Applications (taken in conjunction with KT2 course)
8 hour - Day 1 Overview

Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts (2 hrs)
History of Kinesio Taping technique
Introduction to Kinesio Taping Concepts
Benefits and limitations of Kinesio Taping
Physical characteristics and qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
Application of tape to learn proper ‘feel’ and how to remove tape from backing
Examine difference between longitudinal and cross-wise stretching of the tape
Stretch properties of Kinesio Tape
Basic application techniques of how tape is cut and applied, preparation of body part to be taped and maintenance of tape once it is applied
Apply the Kinesio Taping Method to relax overuse syndromes, stimulate weak muscles and decrease pain and swelling
Basic Upper Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)
Basic Lower Body Kinesio Taping Techniques (3hrs)

KT2 – Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques
8 hour - Day 2 Overview

Corrective Kinesio Taping Techniques (2 hrs)
Mechanical, Functional, Space, Fascia, Ligament/Tendon, Functional and Lymphatic
Corrective Technique Applications (6 hrs)
Ample time to practice applying these techniques to a variety of upper and lower body conditions.
Ability to discuss and apply the Kinesio Taping Method to orthopaedic and neurological conditions

KT1 & KT2 Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

• Correctly describe the fundamental concepts of Kinesio Taping Method
• Accurately describe the unique qualities of Kinesio Tex Tape
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly to relax and stimulate muscles
• Correctly apply the 5 corrective techniques of the Kinesio Taping Method in guided laboratory sessions
• Apply the Kinesio Taping Method correctly for pain, swelling, joint mobility, and stability
• Correctly apply Kinesio Taping techniques for treatment of select clinical conditions using the concepts and principals of the Kinesio Taping Method

89196| Neal's Yard Remedies School of Natural Health| Essential Oil Science & Therapeutics Diploma for Existing Practitioners - IFPA accredited|

NEAL'S YARD REMEDIES

Essential Oil Science & Therapeutics Diploma for Existing Bodywork Practitioners

As one of the UK's leading trainer in Aromatherapy and Essential Oil Science, NYR have developed a new diploma course that is specifically tailored towards existing qualified practitioners and body workers who want to integrate Aromatherapy into their current practice.

  • Enhance your current practice
  • Gain additional professional training
  • Learn the therapeutics of over 70 essential oils

We've trained over 300 professional Aromatherapists over the years, many of whom go on to practice from our Therapy Rooms across the country. This course is accredited by the IFPA, International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists, one of the largest professional aromatherapy practitioner organisations in the world. The IFPA sets extremely high standards for its schools and has a strong, respected voice in the field of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). In addition, the IFPA also ensure that any individual who undertakes training within an IFPA accredited scheme will qualify to an approved standard that exceeds National Training Standards.

Upon completion of the course you will be able to join the IFPA, depending on your prior training and whether it meets the level of clinical science and massage that IFPA require. This can be discussed in your interview. As an existing practitioner, you might already be part of a governing body and might therefore not decide to take up full membership with the IFPA. Joining the IFPA is optional once you complete the course. The Aromatherapy and Essential Oil Science components would in most cases be sufficient for you to be able to add existing cover for Aromatherapy to your insurance.

Additional benefits of IFPA membership:

  • Listed on their register
  • Annual conference
  • Quarterly highly respected journal
  • Network of qualified practitioners

The course is classroom based in our School of Natural Health, Covent Garden, London, which will give you great access to our flagship store. As a Diploma student you will receive 20% discount on all Neal's Yard Remedies products and 40% discount on essential oils and carrier oils in our Covent Garden store for the duration of the course.

This course includes a field trip to Kew Gardens, guided by our botany expert Niki Lawrence from the University of Westminster.

Please contact us if you would like to receive our Essential Oil Science & Therapeutics Diploma prospectus.

Length: 10 months
Course start date: Monday 27th March 2017
Location: Neal's Yard Remedies School of Natural Health in Covent Garden
Cost: £2000 - fee can be paid in full or in 3 equal instalments
Entry requirements: An adequate A&P qualification is required. Suitable for massage therapists, reflexologists, osteopaths, physiotherapists, holistic practitioners and bodyworkers
Benefits: Each student will receive a Neal's Yard Remedies Privilege Card entitling them to a 20% discount on NYR products and 40% discount on essential oils in our Covent Garden store for the duration of the course.
Further Information: Please call 020 3119 5904 or email courses@nealsyardremedies.com

The attendance for this course is alternate Mondays (sometimes the variable falling of Bank Holidays may change this pattern).

The course is held in our purpose built studio in the calm oasis of Neal's Yard in Covent Garden, where the company began over 30 years ago, a wonderful central London location giving great access to our flagship store.

We interview for this course to make sure that you have as much information as possible before embarking on this wonderful journey. To attend an interview please download and fill in an application form and e-mail it to courses@nealsyardremedies.com

89084| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

89085| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

89086| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

89087| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

89088| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

89089| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

89132| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

89133| Multiple Locations| Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Office365 (End user)|

MBIT TRAINING LTD INVITES YOU TO MAKE IT FROM "ZERO TO HERO" IN ONE DAY! CERTIFY WITH A MOS COURSE AND GAIN MICROSOFT ACCREDITCATION!

NB: Did you know that it will be a requirement from September 2014 to hold awareness training for your staff in "Building Information Models". IT Training towards the Office suite will meet this  requirement, particularly SharePoint, Excel and Access courses. Take your training and get certified today!

This course is designed as an entry point for all IT users. This 1-day, highly practical course is intended for IT professionals wishing to demonstrate their experience with:

  • Navigate Office 365 software
  • Explore Office 365 integration with Outlook Web App, Lync collaboration, SharePoint online and Office web apps.
  • Simultaneously edit documents with colleagues
  • Conduct online meetings with colleagues, partners, and customers, including audio, video, and screen sharing
  • Share calendar with colleagues, partners, and customers
  • Manage and share documents, task lists, and schedules to keep workgroups in sync using My Sites and TeamSites.

Jobs that use MOS Office 365:

  • Project Officer
  • Researcher
  • Website Designer
  • IT User
  • IT Operator
  • IT practitioner
  • Student
  • Personal Assistant

MOS Office 365 is now an expected and integral part of an administrator or IT operator's portfolio. This would be of practical benefit to people who wish to work with Microsoft Outlook on a daily basis.

NB: There is no longer a proctored exam for this course - the exam has been retired.

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