Computing Support Introduction to

Computing Support Introduction to

North East Scotland College
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Part one of this course is based on the City & Guilds IT User Level 1 and is designed to give candidates the IT skills required in today's world. It has been designed to give learners the ability to develop their skills in the areas of IT interest them - from word processing and using email to desktop publishing and spreadsheets. In the second part of the course students start IT Support route to gain the City & Guilds IT Practitioner (ICT Systems Support) Level 2. On completion of the course students will have a firm knowledge base in IT systems and a qualification to prove it. This course is equivalent to SCQF level 4.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Introductory Level: No formal qualifications are req…

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Part one of this course is based on the City & Guilds IT User Level 1 and is designed to give candidates the IT skills required in today's world. It has been designed to give learners the ability to develop their skills in the areas of IT interest them - from word processing and using email to desktop publishing and spreadsheets. In the second part of the course students start IT Support route to gain the City & Guilds IT Practitioner (ICT Systems Support) Level 2. On completion of the course students will have a firm knowledge base in IT systems and a qualification to prove it. This course is equivalent to SCQF level 4.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Introductory Level: No formal qualifications are required, however, applicants must demonstrate an interest in and aptitude for computing and IT.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

This is an introductory course for students planning to gain experience with using Information Technology.

HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?

This course is assessed on a continuous basis and will include an end of unit practical assessment. Assessment will be undertaken by College staff.

PROGRESSION ROUTES / CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

On successful completion of the course, students can progress to the NC Digital Media Computing (SCQF Level 5) course or Practical Computing and IT at Higher Level (City & Guilds Advanced Diploma for IT Practitioners (ICT Systems Support) Level 3); or IT employment as a trainee computer support personnel.

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