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The first time you login to your University of Worcester student account, you will be prompted to register for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).
Alongside supporting staff, researchers and students in technology rich services, we have a variety of training resources available to help you learn and make the most of IT services and resources at the University of Worcester.
You are required to complete online essential training via the LearnUpon e-learning platform however you are encouraged to utilise the additional training resources available.
LearnUpon is our e-learning platform. This is where you’ll find our mandatory online security courses.
The Microsoft Learning Pathways portal provides all University faculty, staff, and students access to official, always up-to-date, Microsoft 365 training content.
LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform that offers a wide range of courses to enhance professional skills and knowledge.
The University of Worcester works hard to secure your devices, data, infrastructure to create a safe secure learning experience but security starts with you.
Whether you’re a technophobe, looking to build confidence or just learn some new tricks, we’ve collated some training resources to help you develop your IT skills.
Develop your skills in the classic Office apps Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Make the most of our productivity and collaboration hub Microsoft Teams.
Learn and stay up to date with the development to Microsoft Outlook.
Microsoft Planner is a Microsoft 365 task management feature (similar to Slack or Trello) that integrates with Microsoft Teams.
SharePoint as service at the University of Worcester is defined as a document storage and collaboration area.
OneDrive is an integral part of Microsoft 365, it provides a place in the cloud where University staff can store, share and sync personal work files.
With Microsoft Forms you can create a form, such as a survey or quiz, invite others to respond to it and more.
Microsoft Stream is an Enterprise Video service where people in your organization can upload, view, and share videos securely.
Microsoft Lists is a Microsoft 365 app that helps you track information and organise work.
Microsoft Bookings is an online scheduling tool that integrates with your calendar as part of Microsoft 365.
Power Automate is a powerful cloud-based service provided by Microsoft that enables you to automate and streamline processes across various applications and services.
Power BI is a business intelligence tool that enables organisations to visualise and analyse their data.
If you can’t find the training resources you’re looking for, please contact us via the IT Service Desk on 01905 85 7500, live chat or by logging a ticket on the self-service portal.