Phone: 0456 CAREER (0456 227 337)

Microsoft Word 2010


Please note that this page is for Non-accredited training.  You will receive a Certificate of Participation upon completion of the day.


Duration:     6-8 hours*

Day times:  9.00 am - 5.00 pm (approx.) Monday to Friday

Fee:           $240
Please note prices do not include GST

Class size:  12 students - Max, 4 students - Min, please contact us if you require a quote for a smaller class size or 1 on 1 training


Call now to enrol - 0456 CAREER (0456 227 337) or email - training@myhbc.com.au


Read below for course outlines for Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3


What is Word?


This type of software is called word processing software.  Each document can consist of one or many pages with the same or different layouts and formatting.  It is used to create documents such as letters, electronic forms, invitations, term papers, flyers, resumes, novels, and much more!


  • insert pictures, clip art, SmartArt and tables

  • create different document layouts using columns like a newspaper

  • use different formatting, eg fonts, text colour, italics and bold, etc

  • insert a table of contents or use bookmarks

  • Track changes in a document……


Some business and personal uses include:

  • agendas and minutes
  • certificates
  • fax layouts
  • form design
  • newsletters
  • mail merge
  • manuals
  • letterhead templates
  • and the list still goes on….


*  Number of hours should be used as a guide only.  Actual duration will vary depending upon the skills, knowledge and aptitude of the participants.  Hunter Business College are not responsible if the student enrols for a course higher than their level so if you are not sure which course/level to book into please contact us for advice.  This duration also includes 1/2 hour lunch and 15 min morning and afternoon tea break.


There will be a maximum of 12 students per course and all courses require a minimum 4 students.  Please contact us for a quote if you would like a class of less than 4 students at a reduced number of hours.


Hunter Business College will supply text books and working files.  Students are to supply their own pens, notebooks and highlighters.



Word Introduction - Level 1


Prerequisite:

This course assumes little or no knowledge of word processing or Microsoft Word 2010.  However, it would be beneficial to have a general understanding of personal computers and the Windows operating system environment.


At the completion of this course you should be able to:

  • work with the basic features of Word
  • create a new document
  • find the information you need in Help
  • work with a documents
  • elect and work with text in a document
  • cut and copy information within and between documents
  • use a range of font formatting techniques
  • format paragraphs
  • work effectively with features that affect the page layout of your document
  • create and modify tables
  • print a document


​If you don't know even some of these topics you should consider starting here.  The tips and tricks you will learn will enhance your preparation for moving to Level 2 - Intermediate.  


It is highly recommended that you complete the Introduction course before contemplating the Intermediate course.


Please contact us if you have any questions regarding which level is right for you. 




Word Intermediate - Level 2


Prerequisite:

You must have completed Microsoft Word 2010 Level 1 Introduction to enrol in this course and be competent in the Windows operating system environment.  If you feel that you have the necessary skills please follow the "Read more about this course" link below to the course outline and if there are any topics you don't know you should either begin at the previous level or contact our office to discuss your queries


At the completion of this course you should be able to:

  • modify Word options
  • work with the Navigation pane
  • work with multiple documents
  • use a range of formatting techniques to position text and paragraphs
  • create and work with various types of tabs
  • define and modify lists
  • use table features to improve the layout and format of tables
  • create and use building blocks
  • create and apply styles
  • create and work effectively with themes
  • create and use templates
  • learn how to work with section breaks
  • insert headers and footers into a document
  • use the Mail Merge Wizard to perform mail merges
  • insert and work with pictures in a Word document
  • use the new drawing and illustrating tools in Word 2010
  • insert and work with WordArt and text effects


If you don't know even some of these topics, and have completed the Level 1 - Introduction course,  you should consider this course.


It is highly recommended that you complete the Level 2 - Intermediate course before contemplating the Level 3 - Advanced course.  


Please contact us if you have any questions regarding which level is right for you. 




Word Advanced - Level 3


Prerequisite:

You must have completed Microsoft Word 2010 Level 2 - Intermediate course to enrol in this course and be competent in the Windows operating system environment.  If you feel that you have the necessary skills please follow the "Read more about this course" link below to the course outline and if there are any topics you don't know you should either begin at the previous level or contact our office to dicuss your queries.


At the completion of this course you should be able to:

  • apply various page layout techniques
  • save a document to PDF and view it in a PDF reader
  • customise mail merges
  • insert and work with text boxes
  • create and work with SmartArt
  • create and use building blocks
  • create, use and delete bookmarks
  • create and work with a table of contents in a document
  • create and work with an index in a document
  • understand, insert and work with fields in a document
  • create and use interactive fields.create and work with master documents
  • understand and use the tracking feature in Word
  • create and remove several forms of protection for your document
  • create and work with electronic forms in Word
  • create and work with macros
  • insert content from other sources


If you don't know even some of these topics, and have completed the Level 2 - Introduction course,  you should consider this course. 


Please contact us if you have any questions regarding which level is right for you.