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The course "Computer Skills for Work Entry 2" is designed to help individuals develop basic computer literacy and essential skills necessary for employment.
The course will be delivered through a combination of interactive lessons, problem-solving activities, and practical examples. Students will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on exercises, group discussions, and individual study to reinforce their learning. Additionally, regular assessments and feedback will help students track their progress and identify areas that require further attention.
There are no specific knowledge prerequisites for this course. It is designed for individuals with very limited computer experience. English language at entry level 2 or above. 1. Initial Assessments and interview to evaluate current level of digital skills knowledge and skills, including capability to study. These assessments help determine the students the appropriate level of the digital skills course
Before enrolling, it's important to consider the following steps and factors: 1. Evaluate Personal Interest and Motivation: Consider your interest in digital skills and your motivation to study. Reflect on why you want to pursue the course and how it aligns with your academic or career goals. Ensure that you are genuinely interested in the subject matter to maintain engagement throughout the course. 2. Understand Course Content and Expectations: Understand the level of commitment, workload, and expectations associated with studying a computer course. This will help you gauge if you are ready to dedicate the necessary time and effort to succeed in the course. 3. Plan Your Study Schedule: Evaluate your existing commitments and the access you have to a computer with internet connection, as you will need it to complete the assigned homework. Plan your study schedule, considering the recommended study hours and allocating time for homework, revision, and practice.
Stationery: Bring essential stationery items such as pens. It's useful to have a variety of coloured pens or highlighters for annotating and emphasizing key points in your notes. Notebook: Carry a notebook specifically dedicated to your digital skills class. Use it to take notes, and record any additional explanations or examples provided by your teacher. Positive Attitude and Willingness to Learn: Lastly, bring a positive attitude and a willingness to actively participate in class discussions, ask questions, and engage with the material. Having a growth mindset and a genuine enthusiasm for learning will contribute to your success.
Opportunity to progress to Essential Digital Skills Entry 3 accredited courses, following the course tutor's evaluation on three key areas: performance in assessments, regular attendance, and completing homework assignments.