Microsoft 365 Training Centre
This page is your University of Toronto resource for Microsoft 365 training for employees: EASI wants to connect you and your division to the knowledge you need to successfully use the University’s Microsoft 365 tools.
On this page, you can find information on:
- Online and instructor-led University of Toronto Microsoft 365 class offerings.
- Downloadable train the trainer materials for divisions who would like to adapt EASI’s training materials to lead their own divisional Microsoft classes.
- Upcoming training events.
- Additional resources.
These training sessions are specifically targeted towards employees at the University of Toronto. They can be taken by both staff and faculty, but specifically focus on using Microsoft 365 tools within an administrative context. University employees who wish to learn more about using Microsoft 365 tools for teaching and learning activities are encouraged to access the Microsoft Office 365 Teaching and Learning Series from the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation.
Note: These sessions fill up quickly so please register in advance. If a session is full, please join the waitlist. Additional dates for the summer will be added later this spring.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
The following classes are currently available to all University staff and faculty:
Introduction to Microsoft 365 @ U of T
Introduction to Microsoft 365 @ U of T is a class for those new to the University of Toronto, Microsoft 365, or both. Where does a new employee begin when it comes to using different Microsoft tools, and how can these tools help make their job easier? Perhaps a staff member has been at the University for years but has only used Outlook and wants to continue to build their knowledge of different tools.
This session provides U of T employees with a beginner’s overview of using key Microsoft applications in an administrative context at the University. Tools covered include Outlook, Teams and OneDrive.
Learn more about Introduction to Microsoft 365 @ U of T, the formats it’s offered in and how to register.
High-Performance Collaboration is for those who are already familiar with the basic functions of applications such as OneDrive, Outlook and Teams and would like to learn more. This class offers U of T employees new ways to use Microsoft 365 tools more confidently, productively and collaboratively in day-to-day work.
This session assumes attendees have a basic understanding of how to use Outlook, OneDrive and Teams.
Learn more about High-Performance Collaboration, the formats it’s offered in and how to register.