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ITQ E3 computer and online basics (entry level)

Do you lack basic computing skills and confidence and wish to gain a computing qualification? Learn the basics of computing, email and the internet and gain the 'BCS Entry Award in Computer and Online Basics'. No previous experience required.

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ITQ L2 ECDL certificate

Learn the core software applications required in the workplace. The course is made up of four modules: word processing software, spreadsheet software, presentation software and improving productivity using IT. If you pass, you will receive the ‘BCS level 2 ECDL Certificate in IT Application Skills’.

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ITQ L3 ECDL: advanced

This unique qualification for power users covers word processing software, spreadsheet software, presentation software and database software, as well as a unit on improving productivity using IT. You will gain the 'BCS level 3 ITQ certificate in IT user skills (ECDL advanced)', an 'ECDL expert certificate' and entitlement to associate membership of the British Computer Society at a reduced rate. All registration and exam fees included.

If you are aged 24 or over at the start of the course you can now apply for a government loan to help cover the costs. The course cost is £1200 which you can finance with a mix of loan and upfront fees, with a minimum upfront fee of £200 payable. If aged under 24 then you’ll pay the full or conc fee listed below depending on your circumstances. If you think you will experience difficulties paying the upfront fee, you can talk to our IAG team who will advise you on instalment plans and bursaries. For advice, please call Computing and digital communication on 020 7492 2515

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Date: 24 Sep 14 - 1 Jul 15
This course has started. It may still be possible to enrol. Please call 020 7831 7831

ITQ L3 ECDL: advanced fast-track

This unique qualification for power users covers word processing software, spreadsheet software, presentation software and database software, as well as a unit on improving productivity using IT. You will gain the 'BCS level 3 ITQ certificate in IT user skills (ECDL advanced)', an 'ECDL expert certificate' and entitlement to associate membership of the British Computer Society at a reduced rate. All registration and exam fees included.

If you are aged 24 or over at the start of the course you can now apply for a government loan to help cover the costs. The course cost is £1200 which you can finance with a mix of loan and upfront fees, with a minimum upfront fee of £200 payable. If aged under 24 then you’ll pay the full or conc fee listed below depending on your circumstances. If you think you will experience difficulties paying the upfront fee, you can talk to our IAG team who will advise you on instalment plans and bursaries. For advice, please call Computing and digital communication on 020 7492 2515

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Pathway to ECDL

Want to do ECDL? Used a computer before but lacking confidence? Develop the IT skills needed for entry on to ‘ECDL level 1 essentials’ by using the internet, learning about file management, and using Word and Excel to create simple documents. Ideal if you have some computing experience.

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