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Improve your computer skills, make the most of the internet and your phone or tablet, or get support to get started on Skype, Facebook or twitter – our digital courses have something for everyone. Not all digital; courses are available in every region, so if you can’t find a course which suits you please let us know.

Beginners Digital Skills View details

If you are a beginner and need help getting started on a computer, or need to improve your current skills, explore our Beginners Digital Skills course to get you started on your journey. This is a non-accredited course which is a practical and flexible way of improving your IT skills. You will learn a variety of skills which will include finding and evaluating information, managing and storing information, creating and editing documents being just a few. You will learn how to create an email account, compose, reply and forward messages, attach and download files, using online services, buying securely online and digital wellbeing. At the end of the course the learners will gain confidence, make friends and communicate with friends and family via email as well as shop online.

Building on your Computer Skills View details

This course will provide students with the opportunity to (1) create documents, tables and letters in Word and (2) create spreadsheets and charts in Excel. Alternatively, students can choose to work on their own specific projects with help from the Course Tutor.

Computer Skills for Employment View details

Improve your computing skills by using various programs from Microsoft Office 2010: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, presentation, internet and email. Open to all - beginners and improvers.

Computer Skills for Everyday Situations View details

Learners can choose to complete a wide range of different units learning valuable new skills or improving their existing IT skills. A course completion certificate can be provided if requested.

Computer Skills for Work View details

This beginner's computer course will introduce you to Microsoft Office, using Word to create or edit a CV or type a letter, using the internet to find jobs, emailing and upload CVs to job websites.

Computer skills for work - Pathways View details

This course provides a good grounding in the everyday uses of computers and the internet in a relaxed and friendly environment. The course will cover using email (including attachments), finding information on the internet, saving and filing documents on Windows computers and Apple and Android devices. The students will gain the knowledge and confidence to perform everyday tasks independently. Every student is catered for individually and equipment and materials are provided.

Computer Skills for Work & Home View details

Improve your computing skills by using various programs for Microsoft Office 2010: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, presentation, internet and email. Open to all - beginners and improvers.

Computer Skills for Work & Home View details

Improve your computing skills by using various programs for Microsoft Office 2010: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, presentation, internet and email. Open to all - beginners and improvers.

Computer Skills For Work & Home View details

Improve your computing skills by using various programs from Microsoft Office 2010: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, presentation, internet and email. Open to all - beginners and improvers.

Computer Skills For Work & Home View details

Improve your computing skills by using various programs from Microsoft Office 2010: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, presentation, internet and email. Open to all - beginners and improvers.