Google Docs allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating in real-time with other users.
Structure of the training
This course starts with a short instruction-video about the learning system. In addition to the theory you will also find videos and simulations.
The subjects in this course are:
Create a Document
Share & Collaborate
Download and Print
Simulations are an application of the theoretical curriculum.
You don’t need a special education to follow this training. However, it assumes that you have some knowledge of the use of your computer.
This course contains five modules which are divided in paragraphs. Each paragraph will take about 10 to 15 minutes. This may be more or less depending on existing knowledge and your method of study.
Trial lesson and start training
You can follow a free trial lesson by using the ‘Try’ button above. You can also start your training immediately via this button.
Research shows when knowledge exclusively is transferred by a classroom training, only 5% of the knowledge has a lasting impact. Our digital learning system and our courses are designed to take you through different ways of knowledge with a very high impact.
Digital learning system
Our digital learning system works on any PC or tablet with an internet connection. We recommend a high-broadband connection such as cable. It is particularly easy to use. Each training begins with a short video showing the functioning and controlling of our system.
We love to learn from you
At the end of the course you will be asked to fill in a feedback form. We will use this to improve our products.
We offer you technical support via our learning system integrated support button. We aim to Answer your question within 2 days. At selected trainings you will be guided by our built-in simulator. We offer no content-related support.
Digital certificate of participation
After filling out a feedback form you will receive a digital certificate at the end of the training.
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