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Instructor-led courses

An extensive portfolio of IT skills training for the University and its affiliated institutions.

Subject areas covered include:

  • Bibliographic software
  • Computer systems (Windows, Macintosh and Unix)
  • Databases
  • Graphics and photo editing
  • Presentation software
  • Programming
  • Project management
  • Spreadsheets
  • Statistical and mathematical software
  • Scientific computing
  • Web publishing and website management
  • Word processing and desktop publishing
  • General/special topics
  • UIS-supported systems, e.g. CHRIS, Moodle, Falcon, Drupal.
  • Bespoke training for Institutions and Colleges e.g. for system roll-outs.


Eligibility and costs

Most courses are free to eligible members of the Collegiate University. For other attendees, including Cambridge University Press (CUP) and some MRC staff, there is a charge – please see the UIS training eligibility policy.

Where can I find the UIS IT training timetable?

Browse and book all instructor-led IT training courses online

Download the IT training programme brochure

Enquiries

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Delays in email delivery between PPSW and Exchange Online tenancies

Jan 22, 2020

Several institutions reported to us that messages to their Exchange Online tenancies were being blocked following routine maintenance to the central email switch (PPSW) on Monday 20 January. We believe we've discovered the cause and implemented a workaround that has cleared the backlog and will prevent this from happening again.

Phone system maintenance on Saturday 1 February

Jan 16, 2020

We're planning to update the University phone system on Saturday 1 February. Desk phones may reboot several times during this process, but there should be no effect on calls.

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