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IC3 Course

R4,000.00 R3,750.00

The IC3 Certification will help you to be recognised as a person with the critical entry-level skills needed to effectively use the latest computer and Internet technology to achieve business objectives, expand productivity, improve profitability, and provide a competitive edge. 

Course Duration :

4 months

Mondays and Thursdays 17h30 to 19h30

 

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IC3 Course Outline

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Course Info

The IC3 Certification will help you to be recognised as a person with the critical entry-level skills needed to effectively use the latest computer and Internet technology to achieve business objectives, expand productivity, improve profitability, and provide a competitive edge. 

 

Course Duration :

4 months

Mondays and Thursdays 17h30 to 19h30

 

Modules

  1. Computing Fundamentals
  2. Key Applications
  3. Living Online

 

OUTCOMES

After you have successfully completed this course, you should be able to do the following:

 

  • Identify types of computers
  • Identify how computers process information.
  • Explain the purpose and function of different hardware components.
  • Identify how to maintain computer equipment.
  • Solve common problems relating to computer hardware.
  • Protect hardware from theft or damage
  • Identify different types of software.
  • Explore the fundamental concepts relating to popular applications, such as word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, databases and graphic and multimedia programs.
  • Identify how software and hardware work together to perform computing tasks.
  • Explain how software is distributed and upgraded.
  • Identify different types of application software.
  • Identify general concepts relating to application software categories.
  • Explain how an operating system works.
  • Solve common problems related to an operating system.
  • Use an operating system to manipulate a computer’s desktop, folders, files, disks and shortcuts.
  • Identify how to change system settings.
  • Install, uninstall and run application software.
  • Identify and modify interface elements.
  • Utilise sources of online help
  • Perform common file-management functions.
  • Perform common editing and formatting functions.
  • Perform common printing/outputting functions.
  • Format text and documents, including the ability to use automatic formatting tools.
  • Use word-processing tools to automate processes such as document review, security and collaboration.
  • Modify worksheet data, structure and formatting.
  • Sort data.
  • Manipulate data using formulas and functions.
  • Create simple charts.
  • Create and format simple presentations.
  • Identify network fundamentals and the benefits and risks of network computing.
  • Identify different types of electronic communication/collaboration and how they work.
  • Identify how to use an electronic mail application
  • Identify the appropriate use of different types of communication/collaboration tools and the ‘rules of the road’ regarding online communication (‘netiquette’).
  • Identity information about the Internet, the World Wide Web and Web sites.
  • Use a Web browsing application.
  • Understand how content is created, located and evaluated on the World Wide Web
  • Identify how computers are used in different areas of work, school and home.
  • Identify the risks of using computer hardware and software.
  • Identify how to use computers and the Internet safely, ethically and legally.