Typically, the two most common areas asked for by our students are :
Learn how to effectively use a PC at home or in an office...
Many of our students have been 'left-behind' by the technological revolution. They want to try and catch-up with their peers, family or colleagues so they can apply for jobs where computers are going to be used (Which is pretty much everywhere now!) If you have a computer at home and wish you knew more about how it worked and what you can do with it, then this is often the starting point.
The most common and well known of all starting IT Foundation courses is the ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence). It teaches the fundamentals of computing for both home and office use.
The main qualifications sought by employers to take you to the next level are Microsoft Certifications in using and supporting applications like Microsoft Office. The most famous of which is the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist). This is a set of certifications covering the use of applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, PowerPoint, SharePoint and OneNote.
There are qualifications that take you beyond this and into support areas like the MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) for Windows 7/8, or the CompTIA A+ (hardware and operating system support), but these are areas that may require discussion with an advisor (see our Free Guide download).
If you know a specific area, software package or vendor that you'd like to get training for then choose the category in the side-bar, or use our search-box...
And why not download our FREE comprehensive information pack below? It's crammed with useful IT certification outlines, career & course information and industry advice...
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David : UK
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