Retha

Computer Literacy

Pre-Requirements
English Proficiency

Description
Business today depends on several aspects of information technology. It’s almost impossible to get ahead without computer skills. If you have a wide range of these skills you’ll be highly employable, in a multitude of positions, in any business.
Modules and Unit Standard numbers

US 9357- Keyboard Skills
• Develop keyboard techniques to key in alpha and numeric text, symbols and special characters.
• Identify and remedy technique errors
• Apply keyboard techniques and ergonomic practices to avoid overuse injuries
• Produce sentences and paragraph containing alpha and numeric text, symbols and special characters

US 117867 – Managing files in a graphical user interface
• Identify the different storage devices on a computer
• Explain the concepts of files on a computer in a GUI environment
• Locate files in a GUI environment
• Work with computer files in a GUI environment
• Protect computer files in a GUI environment

US 116938- Create and edit documents in Word
• Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of word processing
• Create, open and save documents
• Produce a document from given text
• Format a document
• Edit a document
• Check spelling and grammar in a document
• Adjust the display characteristics

US 116937- Create and edit spreadsheets
• Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of spreadsheets
• Create, open and save spreadsheets
• Produce a spreadsheet from given specifications
• Edit a spreadsheet
• Format a spreadsheet
• Check spelling in a spreadsheet
• Print a spreadsheet using features specific to spreadsheets

US 116931- Use a web browser to search the internet
• Understand the concepts and terms of the Internet
• Explain legal and ethical issues in relation to Internet use
• Use a GUI-based browser to display a given web page
• Adjust settings to customize the view and preferences of the browser application
• Navigate on the Internet
• Use a search engine to locate given information specifications
• Obtain information from a website

US 116945- Use electronic mail to send and receive messages
• Understand the concepts and terms of electronic messaging
• Create and send an email message
• Receive and respond to emails
• Work with multiple email message
• Adjust settings to customize the view and preferences of the email application

Contact Details

Contact Person:

Retha
Contact: Academy Training Group

Course Delivery Method:

In Class
Presented Courses

Course Duration:

3 months

Cost:

On request