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There are lots of courses on this page - There is a summary list to help you find your course more easily.
European Computer Driving License (ECDL)Internationally recognised IT qualification aimed to improve IT user skills at Level 1 & 2. Although there may be classes on additional days of the week, your tuition fee entitles you to attend on any one day. The course is free for people on Universal Credit, JSA and ESA (WRAG) only.
How to Use a Tablet (Android)Learn to use features common to almost all android tablets. Bring your own or use a tablet that is provided.
How to Use an Andriod Tablet (Improvers)Continue to learn additional features on how to navigate your Android Touchscreen, as well as find and download apps. Bring your own or use a tablet that is provided
How to Use an iPad (Beginners)Learn how to navigate your Ipad, as well as find and download apps. You need to bring your own Ipad for these sessions.
How to Use an iPad (Improvers)Further practice with your iPad. Learn some more advanced skills. You will need your own iPad to do this course.
Introduction to ComputersFor those new to computers: Get to know keyboard and mouse and learn to type text and data.
Introduction to Computers, Internet & Email for Job HuntersFor those new to computers. Learn Basic IT Skills. This is a roll on/roll off course.
Introduction to Internet & EmailLearn how to set up an email account and send and receive emails. Will cover attaching documents and look at the internet.
Introduction to the Digital Age (Multimedia Technologies)
IT Drop-in SessionsDrop In to learn about IT. Find help with any problems you are having using your own technology.
IT Qualification (ITQ - Level 1)Level 1 Award - MS Office applications (Word, Excel & PowerPoint). Requires 2 or more terms.
IT Workshops (Google Earth)Learn how to use Google Earth, the virtual globe, map and geographical information programme.