Being an older worker does have some competitive advantages. It also brings valuable resources to the working environment. However, as older workers we should prepare to hone our job working skills for today’s job market. Many office environments use Microsoft applications. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook e-mail are just some of the programs used by office professionals today.
I have come to rely on some very helpful sites to aid me in acquiring competitive skills as an office professional. To support you in finding resources fordeveloping new skills, or upgrading your skills, I have connected my Blog to some of the best HELP around for developing computer skills.
Those sites are listed at the Blogroll on the right side of the screen. All you have to do is click the link, and you will be able to explore what the website has available to help you become proficient or even an expert using various software skills.
Below is a brief description of what those sites can offer.
Certiport offers individuals current and relevant digital skills and credentials for the competitive global workforce. These solutions include the official Microsoft Office certification programs, the Microsoft Technology Associate certification program, the Adobe® Certified Associate certification program, the CompTIA Strata™ IT Fundamentals, the Intuit QuickBooks Certified User certification program and the Certiport Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC³®), delivered by more than 10,000 Certiport Centers worldwide via Certiport | Home – Certify to Succeed.
I have found this word processing help the best of the many sites I visit frequently. If you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced WORD user, I believe you will find this is a very useful resource. Just click the link on my Blogroll to use the Word help.
ERGONOMICS I have covered the reasons for having the correct body language at the computer. Some of you may have already suffered from the stress of working at a computer device all day. If you are new or an experienced computer user, it is important to have the correct posture when working. If you can’t manage the best posture, you may at least find the exercises provided at this site will help you with relieving some discomforts. Just click the body language link on my Blogroll.
I hope this is helpful. See you at the next Post! 🙂
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Judith, enjoyed this post. It looks like we are on similar paths. I learned a long time ago the power, benefits, and value women bring to everything, including the work force. I totally agree that all of us, regardless of age, must keep adding to our technical skill set. My audience will appreciate your point of view. Keep up the good work.
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It also gives me an opportunity to see what other bloggers are doing. I look forward to linking your blog to my livingsenior blog. Looks like you have some good information there.