Certificate In Information Technology
You Can Obtain an I.T. Certificate with a combination of "any" six Information Technology Modules
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Duration: 600 hours
You need to complete four compulsory modules, followed by two electives; which together comprise 600 hours of study.
The compulsory modules are normally : Computer Operations, E Commerce, HTML and Computer Servicing I. These ensure you have a good broad based understanding of both hardware and software, and a foundation in the things that are important for commercial success in the I.T. industry.
There are many different electives open to you for your final two modules. By choosing these you are able to build much more specialised skills in one or two aspects of the I.T. industry; and in doing so, differentiate yourself from other graduates. This potentially puts you in a position of being able to offer clients or employers a mix of skills and knowledge which your competitors may not be able to offer. We have developed and designed this course carefully in this way; so as to optimise our graduates opportunities to get a start in the IT industry.
Contents of the Compulsory Modules
Computer Operations (also known as Computer Studies II)
Introduction to Personal Computers
Types of Systems
The Future of Computers
Files and Folders
Windows Accessories Programs
Installation of software
Writing a Web Site (HTML)
Introduction to the Internet and HTML
The most important HTML Tags
Simplification through HTML Construction Software
Loading a Site onto the Internet
Designing a Web Site that Works
Introduction – what is e-commerce (more than the internet)
Success and failure – what makes the difference
Promotional strategies – are different on the internet
Optimizing web site potential
Increasing web site exposure
Automating supply of goods, services and cash flow
Managing constant change
Dealing with e-commerce problems
Computer Servicing 1
The computer workshop.
Computer and workshop safety.
Different Systems & Basic Disassembly.
Installation of software.
Computer Maintenance: An Introduction
Troubleshooting: An Introduction
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