29. October 2019 - 9:30 till 17:00
Basic Computer Skills Course | Sydney Campus, Room to be advised | Tuesday, 29. October 2019
Learn essential computer skills for beginners with our Basic Computer courses in Sydney.A comprehensive understanding of basic computer use is an essential skill for most workplaces and is an integral aspect of everyday life. Our basic computer skills courses provide you with a comprehensive and practical foundation to allow you to successfully manage common computer operations. Learn essential computer skills with our Basic Computer courses in Sydney - short courses open to basic computer skills course aims to assist you in becoming computer literate while equipping you with basic skills to operate a personal computer (PC) running Microsoft Windows. In this basic computer skills course you will also be provided fundamental concepts and the basic skills to enable you to perform Internet searches and download Internet content, along with sending emails and managing your email how to operate a computer is now an essential skill for everyone. As Internet and email technologies are now part of everyday life, it is equally necessary to know how to safely and productively communicate with and navigate through the digital world. The skills you will acquire in this beginners computer course will allow you to use relevant software to perform basic tasks using your personal OutcomesAt the completion of this basic computer skills course you will:Know how to turn on and log into a programs and open tools, ready to begin Microsoft Windows a letter in Microsoft Word word processor.Add and subtract numbers in Microsoft Excel a strong foundation in file management. Save and retrieve documents printing and receive emails in Microsoft Outlook.Use Google to search and browse the modern terminology; such as “cloud”.Safely and securely log off and turn off a ContentThis basic computer skills course will cover the following content:ComputersTypes of of personal hardwareThe main parts of a personal computer.The Central Processing Unit (CPU).Computer memory (RAM).External hardware input hardware and hardware of System (OS) off with Microsoft WindowsTurning on the in to Microsoft Windows.The Desktop.The Start Screen.The down your at desktop windowsStarting desktop programs.The anatomy of a desktop the Backstage and maximising a a window using a a window on the between open two desktop programs down Microsoft in a desktop ways to open desktop storage on your computerUnderstanding data storage In Microsoft File File storage devices using File network USB flash with foldersUnderstanding folder the folder personal your personal a new a a a a the hierarchy folder with filesUnderstanding a simple files In Microsoft a a multiple files to a USB flash folders with file ProcessingUnderstanding word Word from the the Start a new blank a new document on your a spelling and basic an existing a closing a spreadsheets work.The characteristics of a Excel from the the blank Workbook a new Workbook on your the basic a your closing a the web search web addresses.Key terms and Internet Explorer BasicsStarting Internet Explorer from the Desktop.The Internet Explorer to a specific the browser window a the new tab new tabbed with tabbed the back and forward tools.The browsing and refreshing Internet the WebUnderstanding how to search the Address Bar to in based on a based on a information on a EmailStarting Outlook from the Outlook screen elements.The Mail an email a new the the AudienceThis basic computer skills course provides an overview of the basics of using a personal computer (PC) running Microsoft Windows and requires little or no prior knowledge. This basic computer skills course is ideal for new or existing personal computer users seeking to develop their understanding of how to use their personal computer including the tasks outlined in the course you have completed this basic computer skills course you might like to consider Microsoft Office Course: Essentials which focuses on the most important and most popular features of Microsoft Office, providing you with skills to be productive and efficient in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft StyleThis basic computer skills course is presented as a practical, instructor-led computer-based course in a Microsoft Windows environment. You’ll have dedicated access to a computer exclusively for your use so you can follow instructor training and work through examples in an application-focused teaching PrerequisitesThis basic computer skills course assumes little or no knowledge of personal computers and running Microsoft DatesAdditional instances of this course may be available and published on our website. See Basic Computer Skills Course for more information, or to join the waiting list and be advised when we schedule more.