Digital Skills

Digital construction comprises of new technology hardware and software, data-led processes and equipping staff with the skills needed to maximise digital applications. Here are some links to commonly used software that we think are the basis of digital requirements.  We will add more here in due course!

Microsoft Excel

This link will take you to a host of useful support to improve your knowledge in using Excel including how to include, formulae and function and access to template.

Microsoft Teams

This has become an invaluable tool for so many of us who have been working from home due to the pandemic.  Where would we be without it?  This is a useful resource to getting started and knowing how to run a meeting on Teams.

Microsoft Powerpoint

This has become an invaluable tool for so many of us who have been working from home due to the pandemic.  Where would we be without it?  This is a useful resource to getting started and knowing how to run a meeting on Teams.

Staying connected with Zoom

Zoom is another tool for keeping us in contact with each other via video links.  It’s an alternative to MS Teams and the first 40 minutes is free to use and you can host up to 100 participants!

Webinar hosting

Gotowebinar says what is is.  If you are planning a webinar during lockdown then this may be the software for you.  CWIC hasn’t used it yet but if we do, we’ll let you know how it goes!

The Skills Toolkit

Free digital and numeracy courses to build your skills. HM Governent have curated a range of course for beginners, intermediate and advance digital learners.  There’s also one for how to Thrive in a Digital Workplace!

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