ECDL (ITQ) - Level 1 - IT Office Skills
Get up to date computer skills for the workplace and gain an ECDL Level 1 Certificate for IT Users.
You will learn the basics computer skills needed for three Microsoft Office applications, Word, Excel and Outlook. You will create and edit a word-processed document and then save/retrieve files you have created into an organised list of folders.
Moving forward you will create and edit a spreadsheet using simple formulae and go on to present data using graphs and charts. Then you will learn how to use the Internet effectively and then using Outlook you will be shown a host of skills relating to email, using the calendar and contacts list. The final module is using all the skills you have learnt in the previous 3 modules and applying them in a work based scenario to complete the course. This course is very beneficial to those wishing to progress to an ECDL Level 2 as it covers all of the relevant subjects at Level 1.
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For those who have basic computing skills and wish to develop them and learn to use other computer applications for home or office. Prosp User 4
There is a £10 refundable deposit required for each book. You will need to provide your own USB memory stick. Additional study of about 2 hours a week is recommended. Prosp User 5
This is an online course that will be delivered via Zoom, so please ensure that you can access this on the device you are using. You will receive details and joining instructions of how to access the course shortly before the start date by email.

You will need to join Zoom five minutes before your session is due to start and remain in the “waiting room”. Your tutor will then admit you to the class once your session is ready to begin.

If you require help to download or use Zoom, please email ictskills@york.gov.uk at least a week before your course starts and we will endeavour to provide assistance.
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York Learning receives government funding which allows us to offer courses at a lower cost. The guidelines relating to devolution means that we cannot apply this funding to learners who live in devolved areas such as the West Yorkshire Combined Authority. York Learning receives government funding which allows us to offer courses at a lower cost. The guidelines relating to devolution means that we cannot apply this funding to learners who live in devolved areas such as the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
If you live in one of these areas we would recommend that , before committing to a course with York Learning, you explore options to study the course in your local area. If you live in one of these areas we would recommend that , before committing to a course with York Learning, you explore options to study the course in your local area.
If you would prefer to continue your learning with York Learning please note that the price of the course could be double the advertised cost. If you would prefer to continue your learning with York Learning please note that the price of the course could be double the advertised cost.
In this case, please contact us on 01904 554277 to complete your enrolment. In this case, please contact us on 01904 554277 to complete your enrolment.
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35 weeks
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