Computer Skills for Work and Study | Mount Barker
Workplaces and places of study require us to have a working knowledge of computer programs and internet-based technologies. This course will help you to build the digital skills you need to confidently pursue and engage in work and study.
This course includes practical, step-by-step activities and group discussions, and will guide you on how to use different computer and internet-based applications to perform various tasks. Laptops are provided for use in class, or you can bring your own.
The course topics include:
- Word processing
- Internet browsing
- Online storage via the cloud
- Internet safety, confidentiality and online privacy
- Video conferencing
- Netiquette and communication in a professional context
- Tailoring your resume and cover letter to specific roles
- Job searching and creating an online job profile
Our Community Learning mentors and trainers are there to support you every step of the way. We treat you as an individual, we want you to feel confident and empowered, and ready to take the next steps in your learning journey or path to employment.
We will assess your reading and numeracy skills before you start to identify any supports you may need, and to be sure that this is the right course for you.