Boost your Office skills with this CPD approved course

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Thanks to the tech boom, today’s businesses are becoming more digital across every industry. As such, employers are likely to give your resume more consideration if you can demonstrate some level of understanding with today’s top office software.

Fortunately, a lifetime subscription to eLearnExcel + eLearnOffice is all you need to get there, and you can sign up for more than 90 percent off.

Taught by Microsoft-approved experts, this training delivers bite-sized videos and exclusive quizzes to assess and increase your skills in eight Microsoft Office applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive and more. What’s more, this collection’s Excel training is Continuing Professional Development-certified, meaning you’ll emerge from the course with an industry-approved certification to validate your training.

Now, you can sign up for a lifetime subscription to eLearnExcel + eLearnOffice on sale for $63 AUD [$50 USD].

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