ITQ level 2 IT Course

£149.00

Introducing ITQ, the new OFQUAL regulated vocational qualification!

What is ITQ?

Learning ITQ framework offers the holders necessary basic IT knowledge for assuming an active role in the workplace.

The ITQ is now recognised as vocational qualification equivalent to a GCSE grade A*- C, as it follows the national curriculum requirement and framework.

What is ITQ?

Learning ITQ framework offers the holders necessary basic IT knowledge for assuming an active role in the workplace.

The ITQ is now recognised as vocational qualification equivalent to a GCSE grade A*- C, as it follows the national curriculum requirement and framework.

Our online training course covers both ITQ Level 1 and ITQ Level 2 and we also have optional packages containing the exams and even classroom learning.

Our computer skills course covers the syllabus of the ITQ Level 1 & Level 2 as required by the Government framework and registered with OFQUAL – Qualification number 500/8073/8 (Level 2 Certificate in IT User Skills in Open Systems and Enterprise.

Why take the ITQ?

Learning ITQ framework offers the holders necessary basic IT knowledge for assuming an active role in the workplace.

The ITQ is recognised as vocational qualification equivalent to a GCSE grade A*- C, as it follows the national curriculum requirement and framework.

Our online training course covers both ITQ Level 1 and ITQ Level 2. You can take the exam with out Certification Package found here.

Recognition & Regulation

Ofqual are the independent qualifications regulator for England. They regulate so that qualifications are sufficiently valid and trusted. They make clear and considered judgements for the benefit of those who study, and rely on, regulated qualifications.

Ofqual was set up in April 2010 under the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 and is also covered by the Education Act 2011.

They’re a non-ministerial government department with jurisdiction in England.

You can visit their website for more details here:https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/ofqual/about

What’s Included?

Wiki_tick  Unlimited access for 12 months
Wiki_tick  Access anywhere, any time
Wiki_tick  Fast effective training, written and designed by industry experts
Wiki_tick  Track your progress with our Learning Management System
Wiki_tick  Unlimited support
Wiki_tick  Save money, time and travel costs
Wiki_tick  Learn at your own pace and leisure
Wiki_tick  Easier to retain knowledge and revise topics than traditional methods
Wiki_tick  Exam preparation quizzes, tests and mock exams to ensure that you are 100% ready

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A Classroom option is also available. You can find out more information on costs and what’s involved by getting in touch via ITQ@e-courses4you.com

Modules

IT Security For Users

This module provides an overview of computer hardware and software, as well as the use of computers in a number of everyday situations.

Objectives:

After completing this module students will have an understanding of:

  • System Performance – Unwanted messages, malicious programs, infiltration, hoaxes
  • Information Security – Identity / authentication, confidentiality, identify theft
  • Technology Security – Networks, connectivity, portable devices
  • Guidelines and Procedures – Guidelines and procedures, privacy
  • Data Security – Security, backups, storage

Improving Productivity Using IT

This module will help learners understand some of the main concepts of word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations, as well as how to use these essential tools on a computer. Upon completion the learner will be able to create and modify tables, queries, forms, reports and prepare outputs ready for distribution by using a query and sort tools.

Objectives:

After completing this module, students will know how to:

  • Plan and select software
  • Create solutions to everyday computing tasks
  • Review and adapt to new technologies
  • Guidelines and Procedures – Guidelines and procedures, privacy
  • Data Security – Security, backups, storage

Word Processing Software

This module shows learners how to use Microsoft Word on a Windows machine. With Microsoft Word being one of the most used applications in the workplace this is an essential module in the ITQ syllabus.

Objectives:

After completing this module, students will have an understanding of:

  • Using the application – Working with Documents, Enhancing Productivity
  • Document Creation – Enter Text, Select, Edit
  • Formatting – Text, Paragraphs, Styles
  • Objects – Table Creation, Table Formatting, Graphical Object
  • Mail Merge – Preparation, Outputs
  • Prepare Outputs – Setup, Check and Print

Spreadsheet Software

This module shows users how to work with a spreadsheet application to insert and manipulate data. Learners will be taught how to create formulas and functions, format and print a spreadsheet, import objects, and create and adjust charts. Although this course demonstrates Microsoft Excel specifically, the lessons taught in this module can be applied to other spreadsheet applications.

Objectives:

After completing this module, students will have an understanding of:

  • Using the Application – Working with Spreadsheets, Enhancing Productivity
  • Cells – Insert, Select, Edit, Sort, Copy, Move, Delete
  • Managing Worksheets – Rows and Columns, Worksheets
  • Formulas and Functions – Arithmetic Formulas, Functions
  • Formatting – Numbers/Dates, Contents, Alignment, Border effects
  • Charts – Create, Edit
  • Prepare Outputs – Setup, Check and Print

Presentation Software

This module shows users how to work with presentation software to insert and manipulate content. Users are shown how to create import objects, create charts, design slideshows, insert pictures, and animate objects within a slide.

Objectives:

After completing this module, students will have an understanding of:

  • Using the Application – Working with Spreadsheets, Enhancing Productivity
  • Developing a Presentation – Presentation Views, Slides, Master Slide
  • Text – Handling Text, formatting, Lists, Tables
  • Charts – Using charts, Organization Charts
  • Graphical Objects – Insert, Manipulate, Drawing
  • Prepare Outputs – Setup, Check and Print

Database Software

This module shows users how to work with a Database application to insert and manipulate data. This is a brand new bonus module added to cover Microsoft Access 2010 at no extra charge!

Objectives:

After completing this module, students will know how to:

  • Create tables
  • Create objects
  • Retrieve information
  • Prepare outputs

System Requirements

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS:

OSX/iOS 6 or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems:

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities (We recommend Google Chrome)