IT DEPARTMENT - Cambridge International Diploma in IT Skills
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The International Diploma in IT Skills is designed and developed by one of the world's most inspiration powerhouses in the educational field- the Cambridge International Examinations-University of Cambridge.
With two million exam setters in more than 150 countries who obtained Cambridge certificates so far; the International Diploma in IT Skills is your ultimate pass into today's business world
The International Diploma in IT Skills is divided into two levels: Foundation and Standard. The Foundation Level is mainly designed for students, employees and trainees who wish to develop their practical IT skills and those who wish to receive recognition for basic IT competence they may already possess such as using word processing programs, managing files and Internet skills.
The successful candidate for this level is awarded the International Diploma in IT Skills - Basic Level. The Advanced level, on the other hand, will be awarded to candidates who successfully complete all of the program modules.
The syllabus and assessments are available in Arabic, English and Spanish.
These various modules provide you with new and advanced skills; each to suit your level and help you acquire new potentials.
Module 1: Introduction to Information Technology
The aim of this module is to introduce the candidate to the basic commands regarding the use of a PC, its peripherals and the Internet, as well as to transmit the importance of IT in all aspects of our daily life.
Module 2: Using PC and Managing files using MS Windows
This module familiarizes the candidate with the elemental functions of the MS Window Operating System (OS) and of the applications related thereto such as organizing files and folders, using Window's applications and using printers.
Module 3: Word Processing using MS Word
This module aims at familiarizing candidates with MS Word. The programs of this module will teach candidates how to create, save, format and type documents such as letters, memorandums and simple reports, and to use features such as drawings and tables.
Module 4: Spreadsheets using MS Excel
This module aims at teaching candidates the basic skills required to successfully and efficiently use Excel worksheets. It pays particular attention to show candidates how to present information clearly and concisely.
Module 5: Electronic Communication using MS Internet Explorers.
This module teaches candidates how to use e-mail applications and how and where to find relevant information on the Internet
Module 6: Databases using MS Access
This module aims at providing the skills to successfully manage a database. Candidates are shown how to create, edit and format a simple database, including tables, inquiries, forms and reports by using Microsoft Access.
Module 7: Presentation using MS PowerPoint
This module aims at providing candidates with the ability to create, edit, format and present slide shows by using Microsoft
PowerPoint. Furthermore, the candidate learns how to merge texts, edit clip art, drawings, tables and special effects and
how to create simple slides with the help of templates
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