The major purpose of this course is to enhance your abilities to find information, organize it and to communicate effectively using information technologies.
You will review basic principles about effective communication generically, and participate in the translation of these principles into using digital communication tools in interpersonal, small group, and public presentational settings. .
You will have opportunities to develop your skills in technological modes befitting these respective settings, document sharing, internet publishing, discussion forums, blogging, electronic meetings, and social networks.
This course does not introduce you to the basics of browsing, emailing, downloading files, etc. It assumes you have these skills already, and builds on them.
This basic computer skills course will provide you with an understanding of the most popular, current technologies used at home and in the workplace.
You will become computer literate in this hands-on course while you learn to access, create, save and manage documents, spreadsheets and emails and use the Internet effectively.
The main components of a computer, including input and output devices.
The function of communication devices such as smartphones and tablets.
The role of Operating Systems, programs and apps.
Turning on the computer and logging on.
The Windows screen.
Running programs from the Start Menu.
Minimising, maximising, moving, resizing and closing windows .
Logging off and shutting down your computer.
Running multiple programs.
Desktop icons and creating a desktop shortcut.
Managing programs from the taskbar.
Managing Windows Explorer.
Creating, moving, renaming and deleting folders and files.
Understanding file extensions.
Viewing storage devices and network connections.
Managing USB flash drives.
Creating documents in Microsoft Word.
Typing text, numbers and dates into a document.
Checking the spelling in your document.
Making and saving changes to your document.
Understanding spreadsheet functionality.
Creating spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel.
Typing text numbers and dates into a worksheet.
Charting your data.
Making and saving changes to your workbook.
Printing a worksheet.
Managing the print queue.
The Outlook mail screen elements.
Composing and sending an email message.
Managing the Inbox.
Going to a specific website and bookmarking.
Understanding how to search/Google effectively.
Copy and paste Internet content into your documents and emails.
Stopping and refreshing pages.
Demystifying the Cloud.
Understanding social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Computer security best practices.
This course is designed for adults with no previous computer experience.
Our fees are moderate with an option for installmental payment.
Applicants will be certified upon completion of studies.
Course materials are constantly updated with new & latest concepts.
Get trained by experienced and professional instructors.