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This short course is the perfect introduction to computers for those with very little or no knowledge. In plain non technical language it will take you through the very basics of what a computer is, how to operate it and look at some of the most important functions, e.g. creating simple documents, connecting and using the internet, sending and receiving emails and much more. As a requirement of funding, students will be required to complete a short skills assessment at the start of this course.

This short course is the perfect introduction to computers for those with very little or no knowledge. In plain non technical language it will take you through the very basics of what a computer is, how to operate it and look at some of the most important functions, e.g. creating simple documents, connecting and using the internet, sending and receiving emails and much more. As a condition of funding, students will be required to compete a short skills assessment at the start of this course.

 

This short course is aimed at complete beginners, it is suitable for those with a little or no knowledge to give an insight into computer basics and build confidence to explore further.

This short course is a follow-on from the Beginners Computer - joining the internet revolution course, although if you have some basic computer skills you can join this course without attending the previous one.

 

Having mastered the basics of using a Windows computer, for example:

-           understanding the desktop

-           how to find and launch apps

-           how to browse the internet

 

This course looks at using your computer to do tasks that will help you get a job, for example creating a CV and cover letter, uploading your documents to job sites and completing on-line job applications, video interviews and other job and benefit related forms. It will also show you how and where to save your files and most importantly how to find them again!

 

It is aimed at those who have a basic understanding of computers but need to know how to create documents and upload files which are becoming a more essential part of applying for jobs these days.

 

We will look at how Windows stores your files and how to save them to a memory stick so you can take them with you.

 

The course will have a mix of taught and practice sessions to help embed your new skills.

 

This short course is a follow-on from the Beginners Computer - joining the internet revolution course, although if you have some basic computer skills you can join this course without attending the previous one.

 

Having mastered the basics of using a Windows computer, for example:

-           understanding the desktop

-           how to find and launch apps

-           how to browse the internet

 

This course looks at using your computer to do tasks that will help you get a job, for example creating a CV and cover letter, uploading your documents to job sites and completing on-line job applications, video interviews and other job and benefit related forms. It will also show you how and where to save your files and most importantly how to find them again!

 

It is aimed at those who have a basic understanding of computers but need to know how to create documents and upload files which are becoming a more essential part of applying for jobs these days.

 

We will look at how Windows stores your files and how to save them to a memory stick so you can take them with you.

 

The course will have a mix of taught and practice sessions to help embed your new skills.

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