Although there’s plenty of Microsoft 365 training available, most of it is technically-focused and assumes that delegates have a decent knowledge of the suite before they start.
That makes life tough for internal communicators. As one client said to us recently: “When you’re trying to make decisions about how to implement 365, it’s really difficult when ‘you don’t know what you don’t know’.”
Seeing a gap in the market, Sequel created an insight-led, communication-first approach to 365 training.
As part of our long-term relationship with the Institute of Internal Communications (IoIC), we put together an online training course to help tackle the demand from IoIC members for practical, comms-focused Microsoft 365 training.
While every company’s approach to deploying 365 is different, we’ve developed a robust set of common principles that any organisation can use to match the tools to its own unique requirements.
Building on this experience, we created a four-part course that helps delegates to think Insight before Technology.
Some of the topics covered in the course include:
By spreading the four sessions across two weeks, delegates can use the time between sessions to digest the content, speak to colleagues and complete some light homework.
Attendees have given the course a 92% satisfaction rating, with delegates including IC, HR and Change Communication teams from a wide range of industries.
IoIC members earn six hours of CPD (Continuous Professional Development) points with this training.