Computer studies is taught to First Year and Transition Year students.
Here the basic elements of computing are taught. These include:
- Basic Elements of a Computer.
- Basic Word Processing - Creating new files/Saving files/Printing.
- An Introduction to Microsoft Publisher.
- An Introduction to Mavis Beacon - Typing Tutor.
Transition Year students are offered the European Computer Driving Licence.
The ECDL establishes standards for everyone who uses a computer in either a professional or a personal capacity. It is a certificate that verifies your competence, declares your computer skills, and makes you readily mobile within Irish business and
across the Community
The European Computer Driving Licence builds around a special user-friendly skills card. This card records the skills you demonstrate in each of seven computer-related modules. As you pass each module successfully, the corresponding skill is noted in your card. The final achievement of a full card leads to the award of your licence.
The modules are:
- Basic Concepts of Information Technology (Module1ExamChecklist)
- Using a Computer & Managing Files
- Word Processing
- Databases/Filing Systems
- Presentations & Drawings
- Information Network Services
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