• PC or Mac with a full version of Microsoft OneNote.

  • Not a requirement but a benefit to have some work-related projects to which you can readily apply what you learn.


Relevant audiences

  • Professionals at all levels that have access to OneNote and wish to use it to take notes effectively, collaborate with colleagues and learn how to use its many features.

  • End users of OneNote.

Learning outcomes

  • Take effective notes and incorporate media from external sources.

  • Add visual and audio elements to your Notebook.

  • Apply styles and formatting to your Notebooks. 

  • Be able to use templates when creating Notebooks and apply tables into your work.

  • Share work and collaborate with colleagues including editing and track changes.



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Deborah Ashby

Deborah Ashby is an IT Trainer and has been in the IT Industry for 22 years during which time she has provided a wide range of training services to professionals of all levels. Deborah has worked across various sectors such as the travel, property investment and legal. Her expertise lies in all the main Microsoft applications and she's been running hands-on classroom training sessions, webinars, seminars and workshops for 10 years. She is able to take complex subjects and communicate them clearly and concisely and sometimes even 'make technology fun' for a wide range of mixed ability learners.  

Deborah holds a MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) Master Certification and five TAP (Trainer Assessment Program) Certifications. She is COLF Certified and a Member of the British Institute of Learning and Development. 



"Learning and development had not been created as a continuous activity. Training was often one off interventions with the impact difficult to measure. Filtered has helped us change that in a short period of time. The cultural change it has driven in terms of reinforcing an expectation of continuous learning at all levels is the biggest achievement to me."  


Kay Boycott | Chief Executive, Asthma UK 


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