Computer Course Offerings
NATC Institute

School of Business

Registration No : 201113270M 
ERF 5/9/14 - 4/9/18

Edutrust: EDU-3-3128
24/04/2018 to 23/04/19
Approved Training Organization

Digital Citizen Computer Fundamentals

(Course Code: CRS-Q-0025503-ES) 

Course Fees: $500 per trainee
Course Duration: 16 Hours (2 Days)

Target Participants
Those who have no knowledge of using a computer, internet and email.

Course Objectives 
By the end of the course, participants should be able to demonstrate basic knowledge of using a computer and display the skills needed to complete some elementary or everyday tasks in a confident way.

Course Outline

1.Computer Basics
1.1.  List and compare different types of computer: 
        personal computer, laptop computer, all in one, media player, 
        smart phone, tablet.
1.2.  Identify and understand different components: 
        system unit, monitor, mouse, keyboard.
1.3.  Start the computer and log on securely using a user name 
        and password.
1.4.  Understand functions of a mouse: select items, 
        move items, issue commands to computer.
1.5.  Understand how to use the mouse: click, double-click,
        move with click and drag.
1.6.  Understand mouse pointer shapes: click to enter 
        text (I Beam), point, computer busy, hyperlink here.
1.7.  Use click and drag to move selected items on the screen.
1.8.  Understand that the keyboard is a mode of data 
        entry and a method of giving commands to computer.
1.9.  Understand and use keys on the keyboard like: 
        letters and numbers, enter, backspace, shift,
        space bar, caps lock, delete
2. Dekstop
2.1.  Understand what a computer desktop is.
2.2.  Understand the term icon. Recognise and understand
        the use of some common desktop icons like: documents,
        computer, networks, deleted items, browser.
2.3.  Understand what the taskbar is and some of its features:
        start button to start an application, clock, ability to
        switch between open windows, language indicator.
2.4.  Select, activate common desktop icons.
2.5.  Shut down the computer properly.
3. Windows
3.1.  Identify parts of a window like: title bar, scroll bars,
        scroll bar markers, status bar, menu bar, ribbon, toolbar.
3.2.  Collapse, expand, resize, move, close a window.
3.3.  Scroll up and down in a window.
3.4.  Switch between open windows.
3.5.  Know the main types of storage media like:i
        nternal hard disk, USB Flash drive, DVD, online file storage.
3.6.  Understand the function of different types of applications like:
        word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation.
4. Document Creation
4.1.	Open a word processing application.
4.2.	Change text formatting: font types, font size.
4.3.	Apply text formatting: bold, italic, underline.
4.4.	Copy, cut, move text within a document.
4.5.	Print a document from an installed printer using
        output options like: entire document, specific pages,
        number of copies.
4.6.	Save and name a document.
5. File Handling
5.1.	Understand what a file, folder is.
5.2.	Know where files, programmes are normally stored.
5.3.	Recognise common file types and associated icons like:
        doc, .xls, .mdb, .jpg, .mp3.
5.4.	Double click to open files, folders.
5.5.	Close a file.
6. The Internet
6.1.	Understand that the Internet is the global, physical 
        network of networks, and is used to support services 
        like the Word Wide Web (WWW) and email.
6.2.	Understand what the World Wide Web (WWW) is.
6.3.	Identify types of resources available on the World 
        Wide Web (WWW).
6.4.	Understand the importance of evaluating information
        on the World Wide Web (WWW).
6.5.	Understand that an Internet service provider (ISP)
        provides access to the Internet. 
7. Web Browsing
7.1.	Understand what a Web browser is.
7.2.	Recognise that the default page of a Web browser
        is called the Home/Start page.
7.3.	Understand the terms uniform resource locator
        (URL), hyperlink.
7.4.	Understand the terms favorites/bookmarks.
7.5.	Understand the term browser history.
7.6.	Go to a URL.
7.7.	Log onto a web site using a user name and password.
7.8.	Activate a hyperlink/image link.
7.9.	Navigate on a web site: back, forward, home.
7.10.   Print a web page.
7.11.   Complete and submit a web based form.
7.12.   Understand the term search engine.
7.13.   Search for information using keywords.
7.14.   Download a file from a web page.
7.15.   Understand the concept of an online (virtual) 
            community.Recognise examples like: social
            networking web sites,Internet forums, chat
            rooms, online computer games, blogs.
7.16.   Understand the term phishing. Recognise attempted 
            phishing.
8. Email
8.1.	Understand that email is a digital
        messaging service carried on the Internet.
8.2.	Know about different email accounts:
        Internet Service Provider Accounts (ISP’s), Webmail.
8.3.	Understand the make-up and structure of 
        an email address.
8.4.	Understand what an attachment is and the implications
        of its size.
8.5.	Understand the term virus.
8.6.	Understand security risks associated with
        opening certain email attachments.
8.7.	Be aware of the possibility of receiving 
        fraudulent and unsolicited email.
8.8.    Understand the term address book.
8.9.    Understand the term inbox folder, and open an email.
8.10.   Understand the term Sent Items folder.
8.11.   Create a new message.
8.12.   Insert a mail address in the To field.
8.13.   Insert a title in the Subject field.
8.14.   Send a message.
8.15.   Use the reply function.
8.16.   Forward a message.
 
Brochure Course Outline and Programme Structure Download

Course Information Sheet

Course Title:
Digital Citizen Computer Fundamentals

Course Developer
 Self-developed  Externally-developed  Jointly-developed

Type of Certification to be Awarded upon Course Completion
 Statement of Attainment  Diploma  Others (please specify)

Brief Description of Course (including learning objectives for each module)
For those who have no knowledge of using a computer, internet and email. By the end of the course, participants should be able to demonstrate basic knowledge of using a computer and display the skills needed to complete some elementary or everyday tasks in a confident way.

Brief Description of Course (including learning objectives for each module)

Course Details

• Mode of Delivery
 Face-to-face  Blended  E-learning

• Duration
8 hours per day for 2 days

• Total Contact Hours (Guided Learning Hours) (applicable to face-to-face and blended mode of delivery)
16 Hours

• Minimum Entry Requirements
- Age Requirement: Minimum 16 Years old.
- Academic Qualifications: Minimum Primary 6.
- Language Proficiency: Minimum Primary 6 (English).
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): Work experience is required for mature candidates who do not meet the above entry requirements.

Assessment Modes and Schedule
Written Assignment - Day 1 (Units 1-3)
Written Assignment - Day 2 (Units 4-5 & Final Assignment)

Award Criteria
Students must successfully pass all assignments to achieve competency in the course. Learners who are certified competent will be given a Statement of Attainment (SoA) by SSG.

Attendance Criteria
Students must satisfy the minimum attendance requirements (75%) of total contact hours.

Course Outline and Programme Structure
As per attachment

Course Fees
S$500 ($25 with Workfare Letter, $100 without Workfare Letter)

Modes of Payment
Cash, Cheque or Skillsfuture Credit


Digital Citizen Fundamentals Plus

(Course Code: CRS-Q-0025504-E)

Course Fees: $500 per trainee
Course Duration: 16 Hours (2 Days)

Target Participants
Those with very basic computer and software skills and who are not ready to take on a full-fledged application module such as Word Processing and Spreadsheet.

Course Objectives 
By the end of the course, participants should be able to demonstrate essential concepts and skills relating to effective computer use, basic desktop management, creating and editing documents and spreadsheets, and communication via web searches and e-mail

Course Outline 

1. Computer Concepts
1.1. Hardware concepts
1.2. Software concepts
1.3. Computer usage considerations
2. Desktop and Managing Files
2.1. First Steps
2.2. Manage basic desktop settings
2.3. Manage files and folders
3. Word Processing
3.1. Create and save word processing documents
3.2. Edit word processing documents
3.3. Format word processing documents
3.4. Print word processing documents
4. Spreadsheets
4.1. Create and save spreadsheets
4.2. Enter content and edit spreadsheets
4.3. Work with formulas
4.4. Format spreadsheets
4.5. Print spreadsheets
5. Communications
5.1. Search the web
5.2. Manage bookmarks
5.3. Manage search output
5.4. Send e-mails
5.5. Print e-mails
Brochure Course Outline and Programme Structure Download

Course Information Sheet

Course Title:
Digital Citizen Fundamentals Plus

Course Developer
 Self-developed  Externally-developed  Jointly-developed

Type of Certification to be Awarded upon Course Completion
 Statement of Attainment  Diploma  Others (please specify)

Brief Description of Course (including learning objectives for each module)
For those who have no knowledge of using a computer, internet and email. By the end of the course, participants should be able to demonstrate basic knowledge of using a computer and display the skills needed to complete some elementary or everyday tasks in a confident way.

Brief Description of Course (including learning objectives for each module)

Course Details

• Mode of Delivery
 Face-to-face  Blended  E-learning

• Duration
8 hours per day for 2 days

• Total Contact Hours (Guided Learning Hours)
(applicable to face-to-face and blended mode of delivery)

16 Hours

• Minimum Entry Requirements
- Age Requirement: Minimum 16 Years old.
- Academic Qualifications: Minimum Primary 6.
- Language Proficiency: Minimum Primary 6 (English).
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): Work experience is required for mature candidates who do not meet the above entry requirements.

Assessment Modes and Schedule
Written Assignment - Day 1 (Units 1-2)
Written Assignment - Day 2 (Units 3-5 & Final Assignment)

Award Criteria
Students must successfully pass all assignments to achieve competency in the course. Learners who are certified competent will be given a Statement of Attainment (SoA) by SSG.

Attendance Criteria
Students must satisfy the minimum attendance requirements (75%) of total contact hours.

Course Outline and Programme Structure
As per attachment

Course Fees
S$500 ($25 with Workfare Letter, $100 without Workfare Letter)

Modes of Payment
Cash, Cheque or Skillsfuture Credit

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