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The Digital Skills Centre: Microsoft Office Specialist

Microsoft Office Specialist Excel 2016

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 MOS: Microsoft Office Excel 2016 

This certification is for those who have an understanding of the Excel environment and can complete tasks independently.

Click here  to see what skills are being measured for this examination.

Microsoft Office Specialist Access 2016

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MOS: Microsoft Office Access 2016

This certification is for those who have an understanding of the Access environment and can complete tasks independently.

Click here  to see what skills are being measured for this examination.

Microsoft Office Specialist

Microsoft Office Specialist is a globally recognised qualification. Having a Microsoft Office Specialist certificate on your CV demonstrates that you have gained the necessary expertise to competently use Microsoft applications, giving you a competitive advantage when job hunting as well as in the workplace. It will significantly increase your confidence, skills and employability. It will serve to objectively validate your IT skills and assist in your advancement in your chosen career. Each certificate is a qualification in its own right, so you can take just one, or as many as you like.

Microsoft refers to it as the "only comprehensive, performance-based certification program approved by Microsoft to validate desktop computer skills".
 

Mac Users - Please Note: Studying for an MOS Exam requires the use of an app called GMetrix. Currently this only works on Windows PCs and so you won't be able to prepare for an MOS exam using a Mac. You may, of course, use a PC on the LSBU Campus if this is convenient for you. Any queries about this, please email digitalskills@lsbu.ac.uk.

For current students there is a a £15 charge, which includes access to online training materials and one exam entry. Each further exam, including resits, costs £15.

This service is exclusive to fully enrolled current LSBU students. You must first attend an Information Session listed below where you will be provided information on how to make your payment and how to download the training software.

 

Funding is available for current LSBU staff to study for the Microsoft Office Specialist course.  Staff must first attend an information session after which they will be provided details on how they can apply for funding. 

 
Alumni

LSBU alumni who have graduated within the last five years can benefit from signing up to Microsoft Office Specialist for the discounted cost of £50. The Microsoft Office Specialist service is delivered by the Digital Skills Training Team, based on the ground floor of the LSBU Business School on Borough Road.  Studying takes place via a dedicated online training program, and each certificate is a qualification in its own right so you can take just one, or as many as you like.

For details on applying, please visit the following link -  https://alumni.lsbu.ac.uk/MOS.

If you have any questions about Microsoft Office Specialist, please:

 Email us at: digitalskills@lsbu.ac.uk

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MOS Word 2016

 

Microsoft Office Specialist Word LogoMOS: Microsoft Office Word 2016
This certification is for those who have an understanding of the Word environment and can complete tasks independently
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MOS PowerPoint 2016

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MOS: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016

This certification is for those who have an understanding of the PowerPoint environment and can complete tasks independently.

Click here  to see what skills are being measured for this examination.

 

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