Author Archives: johnwilliamsitec

And so I face the final curtain (Paul Anka)

My time ITeC is coming to an end, it has been a roller coaster ride. I guess you reap what you sow. I have learnt a great deal and had some banter with the tutors and my colleagues. In my … Continue reading

Posted in Current Learners | 6 Comments

Tipping Point

Today feels like the tipping point as I’ve finished all the exams. For some reason I was expecting the productivity exam  to be on Microsoft Word but it was on Microsoft PowerPoint, to add insult to injury I couldn’t save … Continue reading

Posted in Current Learners | 2 Comments

A miss is as good as

Sorry I missed last weeks blog (no loss I suppose) I was suffering from a recurrence of a frozen shoulder. This week has been devoted mainly to the group blog, in the process I’ve learnt to do the “COUNTIF” function … Continue reading

Posted in Current Learners | 2 Comments

Prehols

A long weekend ahead plus formula one racing, things are looking good. Just finished the PowerPoint exam, there was a lot to do and for the life of me I couldn’t remember how to change the background colour of a … Continue reading

Posted in Current Learners | Leave a comment

Weak Ate

Just finished the spreadsheets exam, every formula I entered returned a value of zero. Elena said it was ok if the formulas were correct but it is a worry. Maybe someone sabotaged me, will all the suspects get in line.  … Continue reading

Posted in Current Learners | 5 Comments

My glass is half full

The time has flown, I must be having fun! 🙂 So far I have finished the taster section which was ECDL Essentials consisting of IT Security, IT User Fundamentals and Web Browsing and Communications. The IT Security section was as … Continue reading

Posted in Current Learners | Leave a comment

Project 1

The weekends nearly here thanks be! I’ve just completed my project on George Boole.  Everything I could think of was chucked in an index, tables, a graph, pictures. a timeline  different font colours, sizes and types. I used borders, shading, … Continue reading

Posted in Current Learners | 2 Comments