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Computer Basics

20/60/100 Hrs.

About the Course

The Computer Basics Certification is a short-term program that teaches the essential skills and knowledge of using computers for personal and professional purposes. By completing this computer basics certificate course, you can demonstrate your proficiency in operating systems, software applications, web browsing, email, word processing, data entry, troubleshooting, and digital safety and security. 


At Infomedia Education, the computer basics certificate course can also prepare you for further learning in the field of computer science, information technology, data science, or cybersecurity.


Course Modules

Computer Basics Awareness Program :  


(A) For Beginners  - Certificate Course

(B) For  Moderate Users - Honours Diploma 

(C) For Advance Users - Post-Graduate Diploma


Certainly! When teaching computer basics, it’s essential to cover fundamental skills that empower learners to navigate the digital world effectively. Here are some key areas to focus on:

  • Understanding Computer Hardware:
    Introduce students to the basic components of a computer system: 

  • Hard Drive: Explain its capacity (how much data it can hold) and its role in storing files.

  • CPU (Central Processing Unit): Discuss its function as the “brain” of the computer, responsible for executing instructions.

  • Memory (RAM): Explain its role in temporary data storage and multitasking.

  • Motherboard: Mention BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) and its importance during boot-up.

  • Peripherals: Teach about devices like mice and keyboards that connect to the motherboard.

  • Operating Systems and Software:Introduce common operating systems (e.g., Windows, macOS, Linux) and their interfaces.
    Explain the concept of software applications (word processors, web browsers, etc.).

  • Basic Computer Skills:File Management: Teach how to create, organize, and manage files and folders.
    Keyboard Shortcuts: Familiarize learners with essential shortcuts (e.g., Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V).

  • Web Browsing: Cover basic web navigation, searching, and website interaction.

  • Email and Messaging: Explain how to compose emails and use messaging apps.

  • Word Processing: Introduce basic document creation and formatting.

  • Data Entry: Teach inputting data accurately.

  • Troubleshooting: Discuss common issues and how to resolve them.

  • Digital Safety and Security:Emphasize safe online practices, including password management and avoiding phishing scams.
    Teach about antivirus software and regular system updates.

  • Collaborative Learning:Encourage group activities where learners share knowledge and learn from each other.

  • Real-World Applications:Explore practical uses of computers in various fields (e.g., business, education, entertainment).

We adapt our teaching approach based on the learners’ age and prior experience. Patience and hands-on practice are key to building confidence in computer skills!  

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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