ICTS Training aims to provide relevant, practical computer training courses to help UCT staff and postgraduate students learn to use the most commonly applied ICTS supported software. Instructor-led courses are practical, hands-on sessions while customised training courses can be developed according to the specific training needs of a department. There is also a range of online self-training resources available such as lynda.com, Microsoft IT Academy, Coursera and Khan Academy.
Microsoft Office 2013
Join us for beginner, intermediate and advanced courses for essential applications like Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher, Visio and Windows
Adobe Acrobat DC
We show you how to use powerful Adobe products, such as Acrobat Pro DC, in the workplace
Third Party training
Learn how to use the Third Party System system properly and what's involved in your role entails as a third party administrator Room 2.01 of the Computer Science Building on upper campus and they will be able to check what is causing the problem.
Develop your SAP skills with our SAP courses
Web Content Management
Attend the Web Content Management System training course, which is compulsory if you're working on a UCT website
Technical and Business Writing
Find out how to write documents for any media or audience, and about any technical or business subject
Learn @ Lunch
Attend a lunchtime course to learn more about various aspects of IT and software
Use a number of online learning platforms to learn anywhere at your own pace
See how our onsite seminars and customised courses can help your department
Explore a number of courses we run on request, such as an introduction to social media and a course in electronic newsletter design
Hire an ICTS training lab
When our labs are not being used for scheduled training, UCT staff members may hire the labs for their own courses or events.