Fee waiver may apply. Find out more about the distance learning funding options.
Flexible start dates throughout 21/22
This Microsoft Outlook distance learning unit has been specifically designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed for the successful use of Outlook. You will learn simple techniques needed to create mail and schedules, and to keep track of appointments and tasks.
This course covers the following topics:
At the end of the course you will test your knowledge via an end of course test.
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For non-Scottish residents – the College will confirm fees payable for your chosen course on booking and these may differ from the advertised fee
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If you are eligible for Remission of Fees then you must complete this booking form and supply the relevant fee waiver documents to one of our Campuses or Centres. Some courses are not eligible for fee waiver applications. For further information please contact our Student Advice Centre.
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