Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 01
Ideal Target Audience: Persons with little to no knowledge of desktop computers, laptops, and the Windows user interface
Course Duration: 3 to 4 Hours
Language: English
Course Value/ Price: R875.00 VAT Incl
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:


To become acquainted with your computer there are certain basic skills to be mastered. While these skills might seem obvious at first, the fact is that many people never take the time to learn these very important basics. By studying them now, you will both save time later and also improve your daily computer productivity. This short course serves as an introduction to the entire concept of personal computers—what they do, how they work, that sort of thing—and computer hardware in particular. It’s a good place to start if you’re not that familiar with computers or want a brief refresher course in what all those pieces and parts are and what they do.


What you will learn:

Lesson 1: Understanding Personal Computers
Lesson 2: Setting up and using a computer
Lesson 3: Getting to know Windows 10
Lesson 4: Working With Files And Folders

 

Note: For the best learning experience we recommend using the additional reading in conjunction with the interactive online training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 01
Ideal Target Audience: Persons with no prior learning or experience in basic mathematics.
Course Duration: 1 to 2 Hours
Language: English
Course Value/Price: R275.00 VAT Incl
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:


Being numerate means having the confidence and skill to use numbers and mathematical approaches in all aspects of life - at work, in practical everyday activities at home and beyond, as consumers, in managing our finances, as parents helping our children learn, as patients making sense of health information, as citizens understanding the world around us. Numeracy complements literacy and is sometimes called ‘mathematical literacy’. Being numerate means being able to reason with numbers and other mathematical concepts and to apply these in a range of contexts and to solve a variety of problems. Being numerate is as much about thinking and reasoning logically as about 'doing sums'.


What you will learn:

Lesson 1: Use Numbers to Count, Order and Compare.
Lesson 2: Prime Numbers and Square Roots

 

Note: For the best learning result and experience ALWAYS use the textbook content in conjunction with the e-learning training modules.

Recognition: Certificate of Completion
Course Category: Level 01
Ideal Target Audience: Blue-collar Workers, Labour Workers, Administrative Staff, Interns
Course Duration: 1 to 2 Hours
Language: English
Course Value/Price: R275.00
   

SHORT COURSE DESCRIPTION:


Being numerate means having the confidence and skill to use numbers and mathematical approaches in all aspects of life – at work, in practical everyday activities at home and beyond, as consumers, in managing our finances, as parents helping our children learn, as patients making sense of health information, as citizens understanding the world around us. Numeracy complements literacy and is sometimes called ‘mathematical literacy’. Being numerate means being able to reason with numbers and other mathematical concepts and to apply these in a range of contexts and to solve a variety of problems. Being numerate is as much about thinking and reasoning logically as about 'doing sums'.


What you will learn:

Lesson 1: Systems of Measurement
Lesson 2: Common Symbols in Mathematics

 

Note: For the best learning result and experience ALWAYS use the textbook content in conjunction with the e-learning training modules.

The fact of the matter is that typing skills are the most important thing to learn, at any age, to make you a more coveted employee. Employers are more likely to hire an experienced touch typist than a hunt and peck typist, simply for efficiency.

Are you in the dark about how the Internet works? Do you wonder how in the world it is possible to communicate with someone on another continent in the blink of an eye? This straightforward course clearly and plainly lays out the basics of the Internet in a light and interesting way. It also offers valuable information about how to protect your computer, your family and yourself from the inevitable dangers that naturally arise in a system so open, and so very powerful.

This course is for students who want to improve their literacy skills - reading and writing, and also speaking and listening. It is the right course for you if you can already read some words and sentences, but you find it difficult or you lack confidence. You want to express yourself better in speaking and writing, learn more vocabulary and know how to spell words. The course is for people whose first language is English.