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4you Media

500 (1 month)

On this course you shall be taught by a real experienced professional IT Administrator. This course aims at helping learners who want to master fundamentals of Information Technology at an administrative level. No prerequisite course is needed, anyone without background idea can find it easy to learn. Microsoft Office 2016 Plus is a new course. It draws from aspects of subjects such as Typing and Computer Studies. It further originates from and is a subset of the broader knowledge domain of information and communication technologies (ICTs). ICTs are the combination of networks, hardware and software as well as the means of communication, collaboration and engagement that enable the processing, management and exchange of data, information and knowledge. ICTs develop and change rapidly, and as a knowledge domain include the following broad knowledge categories that impact on Computer Application Technology: Personal computer hardware and software, Networked environments, Use of ICTs to solve problems, Impact of ICTs on society and the environment, ICTs and legal, ethical and security issues, Communication technology


Computer Applications Technology is learning about ICTs, working with ICTs and using ICTs in an end-user environment to solve problems relating to the processing, presentation and communication of information. It will teach our learners to:
• Technology skills – the ability to use the facilities of technology in an end-user environment and operate it purposefully and effectively
• Information skills – the ability to access, retrieve, store, organise, manipulate, evaluate, maintain, analyse, interpret, present and communicate information, as well as using end-user computer applications and ICTs to process and present information
• Problem-solving skills – the application of an authentic methodology for solving problems in a range of cases
• Higher order thinking skills – the ability to reason and reflect, pose and answer questions, interpret and adjust solutions and transfer skills from familiar to unfamiliar context
• Creative skills – the ability to design, develop and produce creative and elegant solutions
• Collaborative skills – the ability to develop multi-facetted and multi-levelled systems through collaborative teamwork
• Lifelong learning skills – the ability to achieve and maintain the knowledge, skills and values required in a dynamic knowledge domain


Computer Architecture and Software:
• History of Computers
• Computer Generations and Computer classifications
• Computer Architecture
• Input and Output devices
• Software types: Server, Operating System, Application and Mobile Platforms
• Internet, World Wide Web and Internet Browsers
• Emails and Microsoft Outlook
• Privacy, data integrity, ethics and data protection legislationWord Processing:
• Word processor features
• Document creation
• Text formatting
• Paragraph and page formatting
• Documents editing and inserts
• Printing
• Shortcut keys
• Mail mergeSpreadsheets:
•Spread sheet environment
•Worksheet creation and formula types
•Data formatting
•Graphs and charts
•Data types
•Method of copying formulasDatabases:
•Introduction to databases and file structure elements
•Design forms, reports and queries
•Records manipulationPresentation:
•Presentation environment
•Slides and Charts
•Presenter notes and images
•Slides transitions
•Animation effects