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International Professional Certificate In Computer Operations & Applications

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International Professional Certificate In Computer Operations & Applications

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE This course is geared towards first-time users of the computer. It focuses on modern terminologies used in the computer industry and exposes students to some of the most popular applications used by end-users. The course aims to equip students with practical computing skills including elementary network administration, Internet, software use and applications development.

Duration : 3 Months

Module 1 - Concepts of Information Technology
General IT Concepts
Information Networks
Use of IT in Everyday Life
Safety and Security: Protecting Your Health, Data and Rights

Module 2 - Using the Computer and Managing Files
First Steps with the Computer
Working with Icons
Working with Windows
Working with Files and Folders
Editing Text Files

Module 3 - Word Processing
First Steps with Word Processing
Basic Text Operations
Tables, Graphics, and Other Objects
Word Processing Output

Module 4 – Spreadsheets
Using the Spreadsheet Application
Formulas and Functions
Formatting Cells and Worksheets
Charts and Graphs
Preparing Outputs

Module 5 – Database
An Introduction to Databases
Creating a Database
Retrieving Information Using Queries
Using Forms
Producing Reports

Module 6 – Presentation
Getting Started with Presentation Tools 
Using Text and Images in PowerPoint
Charts, Graphs, and Drawn Objects 
Slide Show Effects 
Preparing PowerPoint Outputs

Module 7 - Information & Communication
The Internet
Web Navigation
Web Searching and Printing 
Electronic Mail
Email Messaging

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