How to contact us

 

Email: IT.Training@lse.ac.uk|

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7955 6223

Extension: 6223

Location: ALD.LG.01, Aldwych House

Opening Hours:
09:00 - 16:00 (Monday - Friday)

 

IT Training

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IT Training provides skills training that addresses real world problems. Browse the sections below to see the services we provide.

IT Self-Study Sessions and Resources|

IT self-study sessions are available during Michaelmas and Lent terms for any LSE  to learn a range of Microsoft Office 2010 tools.

 
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Drop-In IT Training Sessions|

Drop-in IT training sessions are available for all staff and students to learn how to solve problems with a range of software.

 
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Formatting an Academic Paper|

The resources aim to help you learn how to use Word styles and templates as well as other tools, techniques and tips.

 
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IT Training Certification of Attendance

Students who actively participate in IT self-study sessions may email the IT Training Team| to request up to one certificate of attendance per term at the end of Michaelmas or Lent term.

 
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Formatting an Academic Paper|

The resources aim to help you learn how to use Word styles and templates as well as other tools, techniques and tips.

 
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Drop-In IT Training Sessions|

Drop-in IT training sessions are available for all staff and students to learn how to solve problems with a range of software.

 

IT Courses and Resources

PhD students are welcome to attend IT self-study sessions| and trainer-led IT courses| to learn a range of Microsoft Office 2010 tools.

 
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One-to-One IT Training|

PhD students can arrange individual sessions to address a specific training need in Microsoft Office 2010 or Microsoft Office 2003.

 

IT Courses and Resources

Staff members are welcome to attend IT self-study sessions| and trainer-led IT courses| to learn a range of Microsoft Office 2010 tools.

 
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One-to-One IT Training|

Staff can arrange individual sessions to address a specific training need in Microsoft Office 2010 or Microsoft Office 2003.

 
centreDropIn

Drop-In IT Sessions|

Drop-in IT sessions are available for all staff to learn how to solve problems with a range of software.

 
centrePhDSurgery

Formatting an Academic Paper|

The resources aim to help you learn how to use Word styles and templates as well as other tools, techniques and tips.

 
 
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