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Certificate I Information, Digital Media & Technology

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Digital cert I_2
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Digital cert I_2
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Course Overview

The course is suited to anyone wishing to improve their general computer literacy and become more proficient in using computers and digital devices for professional and personal work. The course addresses the needs of a modern organisation where computers, digital devices, and online media are used to communicate, access information, create documents, and present information.

The training is delivered via a number of high quality online learning environments including video and interactive audiovisual environments. The ACIT online learning portal provides the logical and sequential structure of the course. Students are given access to the learning portal which also provides the means to interact with their trainer, submit work, and receive feedback. Students are awarded the qualification on successful completion of the assessment activities and demonstration of competence in the workplace.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

This subject covers searching and using web content and using email including how to create, customize, and manage e-mail messaging and task scheduling. The student should be able to accomplish basic Web search tasks using a Web browser application and search engine tools, to bookmark and evaluate search results.

Create and Respond to Messages
Create and Manage Appointments, Meeting Requests, Tasks, Notes, and Journal
Message Settings and Properties
Create  an E-mail Signature
Configure E-mail Accounts
Create Outlook Data File
Search the internet
Access and use consumer-specific sites on the internet
Undertake online transactions
Conduct an advanced search

This subject covers a range of information technology (IT) literacy skills including, setting up a personal computer, accessing files with application programs, sending and retrieving emails, using the internet, using peripheral devices, such as printers, scanners, webcams and data projectors, applying basic security procedures and power-management settings, and backing up a personal computer.

Manage computer configurations
Access and use basic application programs
Access and use basic peripheral devices
Set up and use the digital device
Access and use basic connectivity devices

Download PDF

This subject introduces the basic features and tools of Microsoft® Word, including; working with documents, editing and proofreading documents, changing the appearance of documents, presenting information in tables and columns, working with graphics and charts, collaborating with others, previewing and printing a document, and previewing and creating web pages.

Creating a Document
Viewing a Document
The Formatting Options
Browsing a Document
The Page Setup Options
Inserting Page Numbers and Page Breaks
Applying Quick Styles to a Document
Applying Themes to a Document
Enhancing Images
Using the Proofing Features
The Language Features
Printing and Sharing a Document

Section 2: MICROSOFT OFFICE APPLICATIONS
This subject introduces the basic features and tools of Microsoft® Excel, including; getting to know Excel, setting up a workbook, performing calculations on data, changing document appearance, filtering and reordering data, combining data from multiple sources, creating charts, printing, and collaborating in Excel.

Editing Worksheets
Adding Headers, Footers, and Hyperlinks
Formatting and Editing Cells
Conditional Formatting
Analysing Data Lists
Using What-If Analysis
Performing Calculations
Creating, Editing, and Formatting PivotTables
Creating and Editing Charts
Setting Excel 201 Options and Workbook Properties
Linking and Embedding Objects
Sharing Workbooks


This subject introduces the basic features and tools of Microsoft® PowerPoint, including; creating presentations, working with slides, making presentations look consistent, working with shapes, working with graphics, working with tables, charts, and diagrams, creating multimedia presentations, reviewing and sharing presentations, preparing a presentation for printing or web publication, and setting up and delivering slide shows, and integrating output from other applications

Manage the PowerPoint Environment
Use Presentation Views
Work with the PowerPoint Windows
Create and Save Presentations
Work with Text Boxes
Work with WordArt
Insert and Format a Table
Work with Custom Animation
Insert and Modify a Picture, Shape, SmartArt Graphic, and Chart
Add Video Clips, Images, and Illustrations
Send a Slide Show for Review
Work with Comments
Prepare a Slide Show for Delivery


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Level Beginner
QUALIFICATION ICT10115
Course Duration 10 Weeks
INSTITUTION ACIT
Branch Gold Coast
Seats Available 30
Domestic Fees $1500
International Fees $2200
Price $2,200.00

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