PC Basics & Microsoft Office Day 2
Computer Skills - IT Fundamentals
All the basics you need to start to use your computer effectively.
This course covers hardware (the parts of a computer you can touch), the extras you can buy to go with a standard PC and software (the programmes that run your computer). Tutors explain computer basics in a non technical manner show you how to find photos, documents and folders on your computer using Windows and give some IT security tips.
This session is designed to familiarise the inexperienced user with the basic concepts of Microsoft Office using Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Topics covered include the purpose and the best use for each of the package mentioned. Features common to each of the programmes will be highlighted.
This course is an overview of the Microsoft Office allowing delegates to get a flavour of the main packages in the Office suite.
In addition to the main course content delegates will have the opportunity to revise the subject matter, sit the diagnostic test for the IT Fundamentals module and the actual ITQ test.
This is a day two of a two-day course running from 9:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Training is hands-on and tutor-led.
We provide a comprehensive training manual, lunch and certification.
Courses run at our Swansea site.
This course can be run as a company specific option either at your site or our own.
Up to 70% funding for this course may be available if booked as part of a Skills for Industry training package. Check to see if you are eligible (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) before booking this training.
Basic overview of the components of the Microsoft Office suite of packages including Help options, icons and ribbons.
Getting started in Word; understanding the Word screen; typing and editing text; moving round the document; saving and printing your work.
Getting started in Excel; understanding the Excel screen; entering text, figures and formulae; moving round the document; saving and printing your work.
Components of an Access database; getting started in Access database; entering data and running queries.
Getting started in PowerPoint; creating presentations; adding slides to a presentation; using templates and pictures; running a presentation.
Revision of material covered using specially written exercises.
Q & A Session
Opportunity to ask questions about subject matter and how it applies to delegates own work.
Diagnostic online tests have a detailed ''Results Page'' that provides extensive feedback to the candidates on all incorrectly answered questions, including a suggested solution for each, which significantly enhances the learning effect of these tests.
It is commonly accepted that knowledge and skills are best measured in an environment that is as near as possible to real-life. These tests allow candidates to carry out activities within the live application itself and the system then automatically judges whether they have achieved the required outcome.
Delegates should have attended Day 1 of this course.
This course is suitable for beginners with no prior ICT knowledge.
This course covers material from the European Computer Driving Licence syllabus and contributes to an ITQ qualification.
Build on the knowledge gained to achieve an ITQ award.
Suggested options include
Using Collaborative Technologies
The Cloud, Internet and Email
Level 1 Microsoft Courses including Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.
We can tailor a programme of training to help you achieve a relevant qualification.