Information Sessions and Workshops

Upcoming Training Events to be held at DOME, Leve7 East, 50 Grenfell St., Adelaide

Do you feel that your computing skills are holding you back from applying for jobs?
Would you like to learn Word, Excel, MYOB or XERO to increase your chances of securing that job?
If the answer to either of these questions is “yes” DOME has got a short computing course to suit you.
Perhaps you’d like help with professional resume writing and interview techniques?  DOME has a workshop to teach you those skills as well.

For enquiries or enrolment information phone Deb on 8410 4344 or send an email to deb.schneider@dome.org.au

May

  • 1 – Social Media for Employment

*What is social media?  *Why use it for employment?  *How to create an online profile using Facebook and LinkedIn.  *How to connect with the right people.  *Tips for using social media in your job hunt.

  • 3 & 4 – MYOB (participants should have some bookkeeping knowledge)

This 2 day course covers:  *Purchasing.  *Paying for purchases.  *Selling.  *Receivables.  *Working with Inventory. *Cheques. *Reconciliations. *Working with Reports. *GST. *BAS.  *Creating a new MYOB entity and importing Inventory. *Debtors, Creditors and Balances

  • 24 & 25 – Introduction to Microsoft Word

This course will show you how to:  *Write letters.  *Edit and proof documents.  *Work with tables.  *Correctly format a document.  *Insert and edit headers and footers.  *Work with graphics.

June

  • 5 – Understanding Xero (participants should have bookkeeping knowledge)

This workshop will cover:  *The Dashboard.  *Menus.  *Bank Accounts.  *Bank Statements.  *Bank Reconciliation.  *Bank Rules.  *Bank Transfers.  *Chart of Accounts.  *Contacts.

  • 14 & 15 – Introduction to Excel

Learn the following skills in Excel:  *Entering Labels & Values.  *Totals made easy.  *Working with dates.  *Creating IF and PMT functions.  *Creating charts.  *Formatting data.  *Linking worksheets.

  • 21 & 22 – Introduction to Computing

Course designed for people with little or no computing skills.  *Learn to create, edit and save documents.  *Use the internet safely for job searching.  *Create and use an email account.  *Upload files to job sites.
*Create and use a MyGov account and connect to government services

  • 28 & 29 – Intermediate Word (suitable for people who have completed the Introductory course)

Increase your skills in Word and learn the following:  *Mail merge.  *Styles.  *Creating “forms”. *Tables of Contents.  *Special Effects.  *Creating brochures.  *Linking Word and Excel. *Creating invoices with formulas

 

Workshop attendess will receive a Statement of Attendance.