This qualification is aimed to prepare learners for employment and/or support a role in the workplace through the development of their ICT knowledge and skills.
This qualification is designed is to prepare learners for employment and/or support a role in the workplace through the development of their ICT knowledge and skills. The content of the qualifications is designed to allow learners to achieve a variety of ICT skills that can be used in for attempting to gain employment to expand existing skills and knowledge of ICT systems. Topics covered include: Using devices and handling information, creating and editing information and being safe and responsible online.
The qualification can be taken as stand-alone or as part of a wider programme of training, is available to learners aged 14+ and has several mandatory units to complete depending on which qualification is taken.
Any learner undertaking the certificate qualifications must complete all of the 7 required units.
Units that are covered –
- Using devices and handling information
- Creating and editing c0o
- Being safe and responsible online
- Using technology for collaboration
- Using technology for career development
|Awarding Body||HABC Highfield|
|Guided Learning Hours||180|
|Units||Any learner undertaking the certificate qualifications must complete all of the 7 required units.|
|Assessment Method||It is assessed by a portfolio of evidence designed so that learners can demonstrate their knowledge and skills.|
|Funding||Full or part funded via Adult Skills for Work.|
|Progression Opportunities||Learners successfully completing this qualification may wish to progress onto further qualifications.|