Level 1 Computer Studies
Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Moffitt
This course offers Unit Standard assessments. It is designed to give students a general grounding in a range of computer applications and their practical application in the workplace. Common topics covered are spreadsheets, databases, presentations, webpages, desktop publishing and basic computer programming. These help a student learn and demonstrate the skills required for using computers at home, work or any community setting. Students may do some or all of the standards on offer and there is an opportunity to advance onto Level Two assessments if a student is showing strength in a certain area.
This course is built around independent learning programs to suit the needs, abilities and prior knowledge of students. This means there is no set program for topic order; it will be designed to suit the interest and needs of the students.
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Total Credits Available: 13 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 13 credits.
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