I.T. & DIGITAL SKILLS
IT Training; Ensuring you are fully up to speed with IT systems and applications
Sysco bespoke our Adult Education IT training qualifications to meet the needs of the individuals and organisations we work with. Typically, units cover a variety of well known desktop applications produced by popular software companies but we can work with any suite of apps. You can also request training to cover areas specific to your needs, such as Social Media units.
From the Award in Digital and IT Skills, learners can progress onto the Certificate in Digital and IT Skills, opening learners up to a wider range of job opportunities including Business administrator & Software help desk assistant.
For learners who wish to progress their skills beyond the certificate, they can move to the Extended Certificate in Digital and IT Skills to enable them to devise solutions using IT to improve productivity.
For progression beyond level 2, learners can explore the Level 3 to support them to develop the knowledge and skills needed to make use of commonly used IT tools for complex activities. Progression to Level 3 is ideal for learners who will take considerable responsibility in their use of IT and will be prepared to offer support and advice to others. Level 3 progression will develop learners skills in research, analysis and interpretation.
This programme has been funded by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Adult Education Budget.
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LEVEL 2 FOR I.T. USERS
Sysco’s accredited 5-workshop IT courses for those 19+ years old ensure you are able to utilise the IT systems at your disposal effectively. Sysco also provide 1-Day workshops in Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Project, Internet, Social Media and many more. The course is taught mainly through classroom lectures and a range of practical work-related assignments, which will help develop your competencies to entry level standard in industry. Fully funded places are available to anyone who is aged 19 or older, currently lives in England and has lived in the EU for at least three years.