Courses & Programs
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We guarantee that our Courses and Programs equip our Learners with the essential skills; and prepare them to confidently meet the challenges in this ‘most rapidly changing environment of IT’. We offer a range of Courses suitable for starter PC-Users up to the ones with more experience; and some office related Soft-Skills Courses.
Our goal is to direct Learners in applying their newly learned skills to their work. This is to eliminate Learners’ struggles in real work environment; and assist them to enjoy their work, focus on their relevant daily tasks, and increase productivity with higher quality. Courses may be taken individually; towards completion of a program; or as a full program or qualification.
How we do it?
Each Course Level includes useful concepts, step-by-step exercises, review questions, and practice activities. In addition, final competency evaluation (or assessment exam with credits) also available – optional
Course Levels [and their Prerequisites]
I: Basic/Foundation Level:
Suitable for all beginners; or Delegates with some computer knowledge [for group attendance this may also be offered as Basic1/Starter and Basic2/Achiever – on request]
Prerequisites*: Grade 9 onwards or equivalent knowledge
II: Intermediate/Proficiency Level:
Prerequisites*: Learners are expected to demonstrate good knowledge of Foundation Level or have equivalent knowledge.
III: Advanced/Expert Level:
Prerequisites*: Learners are expected to demonstrate good knowledge of Foundation & Proficiency Levels or have equivalent knowledge.
*Prerequisites mean: What a Learner is expected to already know – without struggling, as an essential condition, to be able to take and complete a desired course successfully. In this case the condition covers good knowledge of all concepts, terminology, interface, features, tools, command, shortcut…; as per the up-to-date versions (not old versions)
The reality of levels, assumed or real, are this way:
Just remember, if aiming at Intermediate/Proficiency Level:
The prerequisite is good knowledge of the Basic/Foundation Level. Not to be commonly assumed, but to ensure that professional and up-to-date knowledge of all concepts, terminology, interface, features, tools, command, shortcuts… of the Basic/Foundation Level is already there and in practice, without any struggling. The above [and Intermediate/Proficiency Level] are necessary when aiming at Advanced/Expert Level.
Q: What Professional Level is needed for sure, to support higher levels?
A: Basic/Foundation Level [or Refresher] always needed to support higher levels