The Computer Wings certification programme consists of 10 stand alone modules, allowing Candidates to select the module or modules which are most appropriate to their current or future job roles.
Computer Wings provides a total programme solution, comprising; registration, training materials, tutorware, automated testing, and certification. All modules use the latest computer application versions e.g. Mail Manager uses Outlook 2007.
Computer Wings comprises of the following 10 modules:
| ||Plan, resource, execute and manage mid-sized projects to help deliver high quality, properly-defined, organised results on time and on budget. |
| ||Communicate and collaborate at the highest level and become expert in the use of email software to manage team scheduling, resources and communication. |
| ||Enhance effective business communication by using diagram tools and image editing applications to create diagrams, images and conceptual schemes to express process flow, project steps and ideas. |
| ||Produce professional-quality, well designed newsletters, brochures or e-mail shots to support marketing activity and communications. |
| ||Enhance business communications by developing the skills to create and deliver attractive, persuasive and audience focused presentations. |
| ||Create and maintain informative and user-friendly websites to support internal and external communications. |
| ||Develop Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) skills to support and improve websites to increase traffic, create more impact and generate higher sales. |
| ||Use web analysis tools to measure the appeal of your website, see the origin of visits and referrals, generate valuable reports about website activity. |
| ||Develop the IT administration skills required to deal with hardware, software, memory and network issues in the small office IT environments. |
| ||Recognise important software, hardware and network security considerations in order to protect a small office IT network environments. |
Computer Wings Syllabus for each of the 10 modules
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