Basic Computing (SPACE)
Self Paced Applied Computer Education
- Duration: Varies
- Where: Various campuses (see below)
- Applications Close: On-going
- Fee Guideline: Free
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10am–2pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00am – 12:00pm
Starting Feb 22nd
Ngaruawahia High School
Kent Street, Ngaruawahia
Learn the basics of computing at your own pace. These courses are a fantastic way to gain an introduction to computer programmes or improve your existing skills. You will have the assistance of a facilitator at tutored sessions.
Allows students to become familiar with keyboard use. While increasing typing speed, students will also learn to avoid overuse injuries.
This allows you to create, edit, format and print documents e.g. letters, memos and CV’s.
Replaces pen, paper and calculator allowing you to work easily with numbers, on a spreadsheet.
Desktop publishing programs allow publications to be designed for both printing and the web. Text and graphics are combined to produce professional documents used in the world of advertising and publishing.
A PowerPoint presentation is made up of a series of slides. The slides that you create using PowerPoint can also be presented as overhead transparencies or 35mm slides. In addition to slides, you can print audience hand-outs, outlines, and speaker’s notes.
Internet and Email
The Internet is a worldwide computer network that provides information on a lot of subjects and enables users to exchange messages, one way is Email - operating across the Internet or other computer networks, it is the cheapest form of communication when compared to telephone calls, and you don’t need to worry about time zones. It costs no more to send an email across the world than to your neighbour. Letters, music, pictures and reports etc can be sent as attachments.
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