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IT Training Services

Information Services provides a full schedule of training courses for staff and students of the University and Colleges, most of which are free of charge.

IT skills training

Information Services' staff provide IT training courses in the following:

  • General/special topics
  • Bibliographic software
  • Computer systems (Windows, Macintosh and Unix)
  • Databases
  • Graphics and photos
  • Presentation software
  • Programming
  • Project management
  • Spreadsheets
  • Statistical and mathematical software
  • Web publishing and website management
  • Word processing and desktop publishing

In addition, self-taught training courses are available for loan.

You can see further details of these courses and book online:

UIS Training Timetable

 

UIS training and teaching facilities hire

UIS operates several fully-equipped IT training rooms available around the University, complete with MCS workstations (Windows, Linux, Mac platforms), which can accommodate between 15 and 80 participants. These are available to hire.

UIS training facility hire

IT training courses

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Apr 18, 2019

There will be some brief disruption to University websites, including www.cam.ac.uk, today while we carry out essential maintenance. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

All University members will get automatic access to Google G Suite@Cambridge on 2 May

Apr 18, 2019

UIS is enrolling all members of the University in our Google G Suite account, known as G Suite@Cambridge, on 2 May.

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