FTC112 – Using Online Tools to Enhance Logistical Efficiency and Effectiveness

Now you can fly from outer space down to the streets and see the world in 3D from your computer, thanks to Google Earth, for example. A wide range of ground-breaking programmes are now available online which has made organisational and logistical functions easier than ever before. In fact, programmes like Google Earth has become indispensable for administrators and logistical travel staff worldwide, to ensure that they are able to perform optimally in their jobs. Our exciting Online Tools course gives one access to resources previously thought impossible.

In this course participants will be provided  with the insights and skills needed to navigate and use online programmes to enhance their ability to source business listings, generate maps, change views, print and send screenshots of locations, etc. – all of which are exciting and new innovations. Successful completion of this course will enable and empower participants to offer their logistical and administrative services in much more efficient and effective ways than ever before.

This course is aimed at anyone who may need to make logistical arrangements. The course is particularly useful for support staff such as personal assistants, secretarial and administrative staff that have organisational and information collection and management functions as part of their day-to-day routines.

Businessman Pondering World

Topics include:

Learning the Toolbar Buttons

Navigation

  • Finding Addresses and Locations/Places
  • Showing and Hiding Parts of Interests
  • Printing Directions and Emailing
  • Searching for Business Listings
  • Changing Views
  • Changing Languages
  • Sharing Google Screenshots
  • Record a Tour, Save Tours, Share Tours
  • Create Placemarks
  • Use Layers

Installation and System Requirements

Google Earth for Mobile Users

Troubleshooting

Google Earth Community

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