ICT - Short Courses

International Computer Driving License (ICDL)

Course Overview

The ICDL program defines the skills and competencies necessary to use a computer and common computer applications. It offers a wide range of modules including Computer Essentials, Word Processing and IT Security. Candidates take tests in the modules which are most relevant to their educational and professional requirements, thereby creating their ICDL Profile.

Course Structure

Base module certify skills that are considered essential skills because they are crucial for anyone who uses a computer to possess. Intermediate (Standard) module complements the Base module to enable students to develop skills in knowledge areas that are appropriate for everyday life. Advanced module will enable students to become a ‘power user’/perform advanced actions in four of the most commonly used applications. These modules are aimed at the work user who needs to demonstrate an in depth knowledge of these applications in the course of their job role. Each module can be completed in 4 months.


Computer Applications Packages

Course Overview

Computer Applications Packages is a course designed to teach students how to use the computer as a business and personal tool through the use of applications software. Appropriate skills in the use of software for database management, word processing, graphics, and spreadsheets will be taught. Students will be required to perform activities using integrated software programs, learn to use the Internet, and they will be given assignments in which searching the Internet will be required.

Course Structure

The program covers 10 packages taught over the course of three (3) months. Internal Examinations are administered at the conclusion of the program. Students must pass all units to be awarded a Certificate in Computer Applications Packages. High School Education is required to enroll.

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