Step by Step Computer Based Training
The European Computer Driving License (ECDL) is a certificate issued by the non-profit ECDL Foundation, concerning basic computer usage.
ECDL is the European name used for the certificate within Europe, while ICDL is the name used elsewhere. The course involves examinations on key areas in the field of Information Technology, such as Operating Systems, Office Applications such as word processors, spreadsheets, databases and communication software. The record breaking ECDL course is the fastest growing IT user qualification in over 125 countries.
The modules for the ECDL course may be taken in any order and any period of time up to 3 years, offering maximum flexibility.
Training Method: Computer Based Training. PC with cd/dvd-rom drive. No internet connection needed.
Audience: Beginner / Intermediate
This course gives the benefit of one-on-one training with an interactive training environment which combines rich animations, audio talk through scenarios along with text based instructional video and realistic everyday simulations that will provide you with the best tuition available, successfully preparing you for your ECDL examinations. An easy to use interface allows even beginners to successfullt start the training without any problems.
No Prior knowledge of IT or computer skills is needed to study this ECDL Course.
Just some of the topics covered:
* Basic Concepts of Information Technology
IT in everyday life
The Electronic World
Health, Safety and the Environment
Copyright and The Law
* Using your computer and managing files
* Word Processing
Formatting a document
Finishing a document
Advanced word processing features
Formulas and functions
Charts and Graphs
Creating a simple database
Making changes to a functional database
Working with forms
Retrieving stored information
Working with Reports
Printing from a Database
Create a simple presentation
Formatting a presentation
Using graphics and charts within presentations
Printing and the distribution of presentations
Slide Show Effects
* Internet and Email
Surfing the World Wide Web (WWW)
Searching the World Wide Web (WWW)