This is an ideal hands-on course for learners to improve their skills in using IT and the Internet. The learners will be using the internet and Microsoft Office software e.g.
Word. There will also be the opportunity to learn use the how to pass your theory using the official CD-ROM
Tutor: Natasha Johnson-Richards
Venue: Go Digital 20 Bridgeway Centre, Nottingham, NG2 2JD
Date: 24th & 31st January 2013
Duration: 2 Sessions
Fee: £35.00 (£31.50 Concessions) Fee Waived for those on income related benefits or low income
Develop skills in using the Internet, including using online interactive learning materials Use the CD-ROM Pass your driver theory
Topics to be covered
• Searching using the Internet, email online and shopping online.
• Using office software, word processing, spreadsheets, posters and presentations.
• Create a profile using CD-ROM pass your driver theory
As a result of this course it may be possible for you to:
• List 3 search engines on the Internet.
• Create and setup a profile using driver theory CD-ROM
• Perform tasks using driver theory CD-ROM
The course will be mainly presentations of demonstrations and hands on practice also the use of worksheets and a small element of group work.
Assessment methods Questions and answers
Previous learning required
Skills/experience needed such as the course ‘IT for Beginners’. Knowledge about computer, keyboard and mouse and basic internet skills.
Recommended books, materials or equipment
Learners may also find it helpful to have a wallet folder to store handouts and own notes, as well as to store writing and materials. At the same time, they also may need a USB pen drive to save digital documents and resources.
The learners may progress to other courses such as ‘Repairing and upgrading your computer’, or ‘IT for Business Start Ups’.
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Help with learning
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Help with English, Maths or Study Skills
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