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Certificate in Microsoft Office Applications

20/60/100 Hrs.

Certificate in Microsoft Office Applications

About the Course

INFOMEDIA EDUCATION’s Computer IT Applications Basics Certificate Course provides foundational knowledge related to information technology (IT) and its practical applications. Whether you're a beginner exploring the digital world or aiming to enhance your skills, this course covers essential topics relevant to various IT roles.

Course Modules

1. Basic Concepts of IT:

  • Understand fundamental concepts related to computers, networks, and software.

  • Explore terminology, hardware components, and basic system organization.

2. Software and Programming Languages:

  • Learn about different types of software used in IT.

  • Gain insights into programming languages and their significance.

3. Operating Systems:

  • Explore operating system fundamentals.

  • Understand how operating systems manage hardware resources and provide a user-friendly interface.

4. Communication and Computer Networks:

  • Discover the basics of computer networks.

  • Learn about communication protocols, network components, and data transmission.

5. Microsoft Windows XP:

  • Get acquainted with using Windows XP as an operating system.

  • Learn essential tasks such as file management, navigation, and customization.

6. Microsoft Word:

  • Master the basics of Microsoft Word.

  • Understand document creation, formatting, and essential features.

7. Microsoft Excel:

  • Learn the basics of Microsoft Excel.

  • Explore spreadsheet creation, formatting, and basic formulas.

8. Microsoft PowerPoint:

  • Learn the basics of Microsoft PowerPoint.

  • Explore presentation creation, animation, and design.

8. Internet Fundamentals:

  • Gain insights into the fundamental aspects of the internet.

  • Understand web browsing, online communication, and internet safety.

Remember that this course aims to provide a solid foundation, making it suitable for beginners and those seeking to refresh their IT knowledge. Whether you're interested in IT support, software development, or other tech-related fields, these basics will serve as a valuable starting point.

Your Instructor

IT Trainer responsibilities include identifying educational needs, designing educational material and ensuring all employees take basic computer training. If you know how to design engaging courses to explain technical procedures and best practices, we'd like to meet you.

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