Apple Productivity Tools Training

If you’re using a Mac and you’re not already using Pages and Keynote, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity. Pages gives your reports, fliers, brochures and documents a designer edge. Keynote knocks spots off Powerpoint and will wow any audience. These courses are designed to help you get to grips with Apple’s awesome applications and teaches you how to use them like a pro. It could be the best training budget you ever spent.

Introductory and Application Training Courses

Introductory Courses Explained

As a new Mac user you may need some guidance in learning to use Apple software. Our courses are designed for professionals and home users who need to use MacOS or Apple’s Productivity Suite. Getting Started with MacOS teaches you how to get the most out of the MacOS operating system, we can give an overview or cover specific details in more depth. Our courses in Pages, Numbers or Keynote will teach you how to create professional and engaging documents with hands on practice and demonstrations.

Apple Software

iWork is Apple’s productivity suite. It consists of three apps that are available on Mac, iOS and iCloud.

Pages is a powerful word processor. Built in templates enable you to quickly create beautiful documents and the collaborative features enable you to work seamlessly with others on a single file. Pages is compatible with Apple Pencil and Microsoft Word.

Numbers is an impressive spreadsheet application. Easily calculate complex data and use the built in templates to change the look. Interactive graphs and dynamic charts help you visualise data with advanced collaborative features. Numbers is compatible with Apple Pencil and Microsoft Excel.

Keynote is a presentation program with 30 themes to start you off. Add photos, charts and cinematic effects to your slides and easily select, edit and organise objects. Rehearse mode lets you practice your presentation and collaborative features mean other people can watch your presentation in real time. Keynote is compatible with Apple pencil and Microsoft Powerpoint.