Introduction To Information Technology
The course is designed to give a basic to intermediate knowledge of computer hardware and software, word processing, internet access and usage, as well as email.
Topics Covered Include:
Using Microsoft Windows
Basic Word Processing
Using the Internet
Receiving & Composing Email
Terms and Conditions
Participants are reminded that:-
- They must attend 75% of the classes to be eligible for a certificate. They will be reminded when they are approaching the above percentage.
- Those who absent themselves from the programme for (2) consecutive weeks without notifying the Tutor will be automatically replaced.
- Persons are encouraged to inform the Department if they become ill, so as to ensure the place remains available.
- Participants are asked to note that they should make every effort to complete the course. Repeats will only be accommodated for unavoidable occurrences for which verifiable proof must be presented.
Award of Certificate
To receive a Certificate of Achievement participants must have an attendance record of no less than 75%, and achieve no less than 50% in tests overall. Participants who have attended classes for at least 75% of the time but have not achieved 50% in tests overall will be awarded a Certificate of Participation. Taking the tests does not guarantee a certificate, attendance must be satisfied.