Career Step, an online provider of career-focused education and professional training, has updated its Microsoft Office curriculum, available in stand-alone Microsoft Office courses and in a variety of other Career Step programs, to reflect changes in the 2016 software released by Microsoft earlier this year. The updates cover the new Microsoft Office 2016 features designed to maximize productivity and collaboration.
“We put our students first, and that means offering up-to-date training to keep them relevant in today’s high-tech job market,” said Ben Hartman, Vice President of Enrollments. “We work to respond to an ever-evolving business world so that our students have the tools they need to improve their lives and find the career that that works best for them.”
The updated Microsoft Office course includes 24/7 online access to in-depth training in the five core applications: Microsoft Access 2016, Microsoft Excel 2016, Microsoft Outlook 2016, Microsoft PowerPoint 2016, and Microsoft Word 2016. Taken as a bundle, these courses will prepare students to earn the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Master credential. The courses can also be taken individually.
In addition, Microsoft Office training in all Career Step programs now reflects the new 2016 curriculum, keeping Career Step graduates ahead of the curve regarding vital expertise needed to be competitive in administrative and tech fields.
“High-quality education is essential for students to have a competitive edge in their careers,” said Jerolyn Robertson, Career Step Vice President of Academics. “We make sure the courses we offer keep pace with industry advances so our graduates are ready to contribute to their organizations from day one. Improved skills result in improved job performance.”
For over 20 years, Career Step has trained students to work in fast-growing industries like healthcare, technology and administration. Its flexible online career-training programs allow students to study whenever and wherever is best for them, helping them start exciting new careers in one year or less.
To learn more about Career Step’s Microsoft Office 2016 program, visit CareerStep.com/microsoft-office-training. For more information about Career Step’s other programs, visit CareerStep.com or call 1-800-411-7073.
About Career Step
Career Step is an online provider of career-focused education and professional training. The company has trained over 100,000 students for new careers as well as more than 100,000 healthcare professionals through its various continuing education courses. More than 150 colleges and universities nationwide have partnered with Career Step, and the company provides training for several of the largest and most respected healthcare employers in the nation. Career Step is committed to helping students and practicing healthcare professionals alike gain the skills they need to be successful in the workplace—improving lives, advancing careers and driving business results through education. More information can be found at www.careerstep.com or 1-800-246-7836