National Certificate in Computing Level 3
Looking to improve your computer skills and join the digital highway? This NO FEE practical computing programme shows you how to get the max out of MS Office and more!
Register for an information and enrolment session here
Programme Name: National Certificate in Computing
Level 3, NZQA Accredited, 18 weeks
Nelson: Get ahead with Graham Bradley
Cost to you: NO FEES
This programme assumes a certain level of ability in using and familiarity with computer software applications. In addition to basic literacy and numeracy skills therefore, you must also meet one of:
* Graduate of National Certificate in Computing Level 2
* Proven competency in MS Office
Contact us or call us on 03-547 6138 if you need more information.
What will I get from this programme?
The National Certificate in Computing Level 3 programme is an intermediate level programme designed for people looking to improve their computer skills - skills that are now required to work in almost any office. The aim of the programme is to offer practical assistance rather than an academic approach to learning.
This is a level 3 NZQA accredited programme and is an intermediate level programme. You will meet new people, and learn and practice new skills. On successful completion of this programme, you will receive a certificate in recognition of the time and effort you have put in.
What will I learn?
You’ll learn more about how to use the MS Office and other apps that are commonly used in offices in New Zealand. You'll also learn some general office skills. The programme consists of five modules:
How much will it cost me?
Best of all, there are NO FEES. There are no charges for students. This is a fully funded government programme. You will receive a range of quality resources required to complete the programme, also at no cost.
What resources and equipment will I get?
You will receive a range of quality resources including module books, and activity books. Everything you need to complete the course will be provided. You do not need your own computer - we will provide a computer for you to use in the classroom.
How and when will I be able to study?
The programme is part-time and class based. You will be part of a unique learning environment that is supportive, inclusive and interactive. Classes are held evenings for the duration of the 18 weeks.Where can I do this programme?
Classes will be held at our premises at 563 Main Road, Stoke, next to the Mobil station.
Yes, I would like to attend the next enrolment session.
Unsure? Contact us or call us on 03-547 6138 for more help.