Introduction to PCs & Windows

PART TIME

If you are a beginner, this part-time course will teach you basic computer skills and how to do common tasks in Microsoft Windows. You do not need to have any background knowledge or experience in computers.

Learners who do not have access to a PC can use the Resource Centre at UniCollege to practice.

Knowledge, comprehension and application of English at Grade 10 level or equivalent

  • Anyone who wants to learn computer literacy skills and gain a basic understanding of how computers and Microsoft Windows works
  • Beginners who want to continue their studies towards further UniCollege IT qualifications
  • Identify the parts of a personal computer (PC)
  • Sign in to Windows and navigate the start screen
  • Basic mouse and keyboarding skills
  • Using Windows store apps and navigation features
  • Navigate the desktop
  • Create and modify files with desktop applications
  • Typing, formatting, editing and saving documents in WordPad
  • Use window controls and the taskbar to manage open windows
  • Create folders and name them
  • Copy and delete folders

On attending all of the lectures, you will receive a UniCollege Certificate of Attendance in Introduction to PCs & Windows.

Programme Type:  Certificate of Attendance
Accreditation:  UniCollege

Course Start Dates

Part Time: 30 October 2021
Duration: 4 Weeks Class Times: Saturdays

If you are a beginner, this part-time course will teach you basic computer skills and how to do common tasks in Microsoft Windows. You do not need to have any background knowledge or experience in computers.

Learners who do not have access to a PC can use the Resource Centre at UniCollege to practice.

Course Start Dates

Part Time: 30 October 2021
Duration: 4 Weeks Class Times: Saturdays
Programme Type:  Certificate of Attendance
Accreditation:  UniCollege

Knowledge, comprehension and application of English at Grade 10 level or equivalent

  • Anyone who wants to learn computer literacy skills and gain a basic understanding of how computers and Microsoft Windows works
  • Beginners who want to continue their studies towards further UniCollege IT qualifications
  • Identify the parts of a personal computer (PC)
  • Sign in to Windows and navigate the start screen
  • Basic mouse and keyboarding skills
  • Using Windows store apps and navigation features
  • Navigate the desktop
  • Create and modify files with desktop applications
  • Typing, formatting, editing and saving documents in WordPad
  • Use window controls and the taskbar to manage open windows
  • Create folders and name them
  • Copy and delete folders

On attending all of the lectures, you will receive a UniCollege Certificate of Attendance in Introduction to PCs & Windows.