Learn how to use collaborative tools successfully to achieve shared goals in a team.

Colleagues talking at a table with their laptops in front of them.

Course details

Course duration:

4 weeks

Assessment & awards:

International Computer Driving Licence

Method of Study

Online, part-time

Register for Course

New users will need to create a free account and fill in a short form on FETCH, Ireland's Further Education and Training Hub.

This course accepts continuous enrolments, so once registered, you can begin learning immediately.

Course Description

In this course, you will learn how to use collaborative tools to achieve shared goals in a team setting. This course is aimed at learners who need to gain an understanding of the technologies used in workplaces to support teamwork.

Upon completion of this course you will be able to: 

  • Understand the tools and platforms used in a team setting
  • Create and manage virtual team groups
  • Work with team schedules and calendars
  • Facilitate effective communication and meetings
  • Run or attend webinars
  • Share and store files within a virtual team setting

How it Works

Who can take this course?

This course is available to all adults over the age of 18 resident in the Republic of Ireland.

How do I sign up?

You can sign up for this course by visiting FETCH, Irelands Further Education and Training Hub. You will have to register for an account before you can begin the course.

Who is the provider for this course?

The provider for this course is Cenit College, and your learning will be delivered through the eCollege online learning environment. When you complete your application you will receive an email with your access details, and when you log into the platform you will see details of how to contact your course tutor. You can contact your course tutor at any time, or reach out to Cenit College directly at 

Does the course have prerequisites? 

This course has no prior knowledge requirements.

Does this course have tutor support?

Yes, this course is supported by an online tutor who you will have access to during the course.

What is the exam like for this course?

Exams are taken online and are 45 minutes in duration. There are 32-39 questions with a pass mark of 75%.

Do I need specific hardware or software?

You will require access to a PC or laptop running a supported version of Microsoft Windows (the most recent version is Windows 11) or MacOS (the most recent version is Sonoma).

No specific software is required for this course.