Logical Operations announced Microsoft Office 2021 training materials will be available in October and timed to closely release with the software. According to several reports, the consumer version of Office 2021 will release on October 5, 2021, the same date as the launch of Windows 11. Logical Operations Office 2021 courseware will be available starting in mid-October with Excel courses being the first to hit the market.
“Excel is one of our most popular training offerings,” says Jim Gabalski, VP of Sales and Marketing at Logical Operations. “As more and more professionals work with data to help manage business, Excel is the preferred tool, and we continue to see training growth in the data analytics category with Excel leading the way.” Logical Operations provides technology and business skills instructional materials to commercial training centers, universities, and colleges that help professionals upskill and reskill.
“Microsoft Office training is a key offering for many of our customers,” indicates Nancy Curtis, VP of Content at Logical Operations. “Professionals from all callings need Microsoft Office training to effectively participate in the business world. Microsoft Office is always changing to keep pace with the changing needs of the modern worker, so our curriculum needs to evolve as well.” Logical Operations has refined an instructional design approach to ensure that the professional student spends time in class focusing on the highest priority features that MS Office offers. Curtis adds, “Office software continues to get more and more powerful, so we spend a good deal of energy ensuring that students get trained on the software capabilities that will benefit them most.”
The Logical Operations current courseware catalog is available on the website: https://logicaloperations.com/solutions/authored-curriculum/product-catalog/
“For nearly 40 years, Logical Operations has been offering training on all types of technology. But Microsoft Office is the flagship offering and our customers expect us to keep pace with Microsoft. So, we do, and always will,” adds Gabalski.
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Logical Operations develops and publishes the most widely-used and respected training courseware available today. Logical Operations’ curriculum offerings include over 5,500 unique titles that span across major categories including User Productivity, Data Science, Networking and Security, Web Development and Mobile Programming, Project Management and Business Analysis, and Workplace Skills. Its content is designed to be flexible for any learning environment (virtual, in-person, or asynchronous) and is delivered through a multitude of delivery platforms to help expand the student learning experience in and beyond the classroom. For more information, connect with Logical Operations at http://logicaloperations.com, and on Twitter @logicalops.