Step up in the job market by enhancing your digital skills
This course will help you develop digital literacy skills to increase your chances of finding employment.
The modules are aligned with the Digital Literacy Skills Framework (DLSF) and aim to develop your active awareness of self as a digital user, and knowledge, use, and application of digital literacy skills.
The modules are also informed by the Core Skills for Work, particularly the Working in a Digital World performance features.
You will have the opportunity to:
- – Use digitally based technologies and systems
- – Connect with others
- – Access, organise, and present information
- – Manage risk
The course content has been developed in line with the following adult learning principles:
- – The need to know – learners to understand the value of the training – that it meets their needs
- – Motivation – internal / external motivators – better job, increased self-esteem, and confidence
- – Readiness to learn – does the training connect with their real-life situations
- – Orientation to learning – is it practical and does it apply to their lives
Receive an in-depth introduction to:
- – Microsoft Outlook and email
- – Office 365
- – OneDrive
- – Teams
- – Microsoft cloud-based programs
- – Zoom
Across these platforms and applications learners will focus on developing skills through the following tasks:
- – Using online platforms on various devices
- – Troubleshooting issues when using different applications
- – File transfer
- – Using video communication platforms
- – Organisation and storage
- – Communication and collaboration
Book your spot for this Term!
Join us on Fridays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at our Cranbourne Office, located at 2, 7-9 Bakewell Street, Cranbourne.