Upgrade your digital collaboration and data skills

11 November 2020

As a government employee, you have some powerful digital tools at your fingertips.


As part of the digital uplift of the Australian Public Service (APS), under the APS Digital Professional Stream, the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) and Microsoft have co-designed a series of introductory courses on Microsoft Teams, OneNote and Power BI.

If your agency is looking to deploy or start using Microsoft products, the courses are a great introduction and start virtually as early as next week.

Who this training is for

If you’re a government employee at any level, this training is for you.

When it is on

Courses are instructor-led and conducted virtually. Training courses commence on Monday 16 November 2020 and continue into 2021.

What you will learn

Microsoft Teams

In this one-hour course you’ll learn how Teams can drive your collaboration and productivity workflow, and how to create and participate in a successful Team.

Microsoft OneNote

From using templates and ‘drawing your thoughts’ to inserting videos and content from the web, this introductory course ensures you’re making the best use of OneNote.

Microsoft Power BI

Power BI lets you easily connect to your data sources, visualise what’s important and share with other users in your organisation. In this course you’ll learn how to build your own dashboard using Power BI.

The cost

Courses are sponsored by the DTA and Microsoft under the APS Digital Professional Stream.

All courses are delivered virtually via Microsoft Teams.

To register and for more information

For media enquiries email us at media@dta.gov.au

For other enquiries email us at info@dta.gov.au