Intermediate Modules

There is a wide range of Standard modules to chose from, depending on your needs - either at work or at home.The nine Standard modules are: 


Presentation
 – create professional standard presentations. Perform tasks such as creating, formatting, modifying and preparing presentations using different slide layouts for display and printed distribution.

Using Databases - use a desktop database effectively. Understand the main concepts of databases and demonstrate the ability to use a database application: creating and modifying tables, queries, forms and reports, and preparing outputs ready for distribution. Learning to relate tables and to retrieve and manipulate information from a database by using query and sort tools.



IT Security 
– learn how to keep your and your organisation’s data safe, and how to be safe online, including secure social media use.


Online Collaboration
 – develops the concepts and skills relating to the setup and use of online collaborative tools, calendars, social media, web meetings, learning environments, mobile technology, and cloud computing.


Image Editing 
- acquire the skills and knowledge to use a variety of programmes to manipulate images, and prepare an image for printing or for publishing on the Web.

Web Editing
 - enables you to understand the key web editing and publishing concepts, and to design, create, upload, and maintain a static website.


Project Planning
 – learn to use project management software to prepare project plans and monitor projects including planning and managing time, costs, tasks, and resources.


2D Computer Aided Design 
- provides the skills for the creation and manipulation of objects or elements in two-dimensional design. Learn how to change object properties, and about the printing or plotting of outputs.


Health Information Systems Usage
 - aimed at users of patient data systems, such as doctors, nurses and healthcare support staff. It defines the skills necessary for staff to operate a health information system (HIS) efficiently and securely.
ICTinedu
ICT in Education
  learn how to engage in the pedagogically effective use of ICT to support and enhance teaching, learning and assessment in the classroom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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