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Welcome to webCampus. Explore our vast library of online courses covering a wide array of topics including digital skills, mental health, food safety and much, much, more. webCampus courses are available for FREE to UFCW Canada members and their families. Many of the courses connect workers with the skills required to grow professionally within UFCW Canada’s core sectors and beyond. Our courses are designed for you to learn at your own pace, anytime, anywhere, and on any device connected to the internet.
Introducing "QuickLearn" Modules
We are excited to announce a new selection of Digital Skills modules launching in November (and more added monthly). What’s cool about these short tutorials is that they are topic focused. So, if you have a working knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook etc, and want to learn a few 'hacks' (better ways to get things done) or you simply want a quick review of a specific function, these new modules are what you are looking for.
What's even more exciting, if you would like to see a specific QuickLearn topic, please submit your ideas to your webCampus Team ([email protected]).
Starting January 3, 2022
QuickLearn: Fillable Forms in Word
Did you know that Creating Fillable Forms in Word is one of the most desired skills employers are looking for at career platforms like Indeed and LinkedIn?
This QuickLearn course offers you a 12-minute video tutorial that shows you how to create a fillable form step-by-step.
Please note, if you have not used Word in the past, consider enrolling in the full Word course (Basic, Intermediate and Advanced) available in the Digital Skills category on your course catalogue or click HERE for direct access.
QuickLearn: Managing Your Outlook Mail Box
Do you dread even opening your inbox? You’re not alone. Most people are perpetually drowning in email. In this 15-minute QuickLearn module, you will learn specific strategies to overcome email overload.
QuickLearn: Top Six Excel Functions
This QuickLearn tutorial is a review of the top 6 most popular Excel functions, SUM, AVERAGE, MAX, MIN, COUNT, COUNTA. The 8-minute video material in combination with the written material and the practice worksheet will help you learn how to use this important functions and work with bigger data sets more efficiently, minimizing the chances of possible errors.
If you have not used Excel in the past, consider enrolling in the full Microsoft Excel course (Basic, Intermediate and Advanced) available in the Digital Skills category on your course catalogue or click HERE for direct access.
New Tech: What Workers Need to Know
Assuming all technology is safe is as faulty as assuming all technology is dangerous. Workers have the right to know about any risks and hazards, new or otherwise in their workplace. This course will examine 4 new technologies for their potential uses, features, risks, and hazards as a way to provide workers with a ‘heads-up’. Expanding our knowledge of new tech provides a basis to make educated decisions on potentially harmful developments.
Introduction to Event Planning
Do you love bringing people together and event planning? Do you find yourself hosting gatherings at your house, organizing events in your workplace or just for fun? In this Introduction to Event Planning course, you will learn more about event planning and what it’s like to start a career as an event planner.
To ensure your webCampus experience is successful, we strongly encourage you to limit your course enrollment to two or three courses at a time. Once you complete a course, simply enroll in another.
Don’t hesitate to contact our webCampus team:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 416-675-1104 or 1-866-865-0202 (Toll free)