About the Course
a new concept in “Continuing your Education Course” that will train individuals with little or no computer background how to run and maintain a PC and be proficient with Computer Hardware, Software and Networking. Step-by-step learning labs cover Hardware maintenance, Software skills and Networking skills.
Topics CoveredInformation technology
What is computer?
Characteristics of Computer
History of Computers
Generations of Computers
Devices of Computer
Cabinet, SMPS, Motherboard, CPU
RAM, Cache and ROM
Hard disk, Floppy disk,
Serial, Parallel, Ps2,USB ports.
Printers, Plotters and Modems
Touchpad, Mouse knob, Fire wire port
LAN, WAN and other networks
Topology – Network Design
Materials used for networking
Types of networking cables
Ethernet Crossover Cables
Who should attendToday all most all offices have the opportunity for Office Administrators, Data Processors, System Administrator and
Employment of Office Administrators is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2012. This increase will result from rapid growth in services industries—including offices, law firms, temporary-help agencies, and consulting firms— and BPO’s where most are employed.
Job prospects will be most favorable for those with the best technical skills—in particular, expertise in appropriate computer software applications, Hardware and Networking skills.
Pre-requisitesbasic little knowledge about computer is enough to lear this course
What you need to bringNeed to bring a Notebook
Key TakeawaysStart training to become an Office Administrator, Information Clerk, Data Processor, Computer Assistant or system adminstrator