There is a wide range of Intermediate modules to chose from, depending on your needs - either at work or at home. The Intermediate modules are:
Presentation – create professional standard presentations. Perform tasks such as creating, formatting, modifying and preparing presentations using different slide layouts for display and printed distribution.
Using Databases – use a desktop database effectively. Understand the main concepts of databases and demonstrate the ability to use a database application: creating and modifying tables, queries, forms and reports, and preparing outputs ready for distribution. Learning to relate tables and to retrieve and manipulate information from a database by using query and sort tools.
IT Security – learn how to keep your and your organisation’s data safe, and how to be safe online, including secure social media use.
Online Collaboration – develops the concepts and skills relating to the setup and use of online collaborative tools, calendars, social media, web meetings, learning environments, mobile technology, and cloud computing.
Image Editing – acquire the skills and knowledge to use a variety of programmes to manipulate images, and prepare an image for printing or for publishing on the Web.
Web Editing – enables you to understand the key web editing and publishing concepts, and to design, create, upload, and maintain a static website.
Project Planning – learn to use project management software to prepare project plans and monitor projects including planning and managing time, costs, tasks, and resources.
2D Computer Aided Design – provides the skills for the creation and manipulation of objects or elements in two-dimensional design. Learn how to change object properties, and about the printing or plotting of outputs.
Health Information Systems Usage – aimed at users of patient data systems, such as doctors, nurses and healthcare support staff. It defines the skills necessary for staff to operate a health information system (HIS) efficiently and securely.
ICT in Education – learn how to engage in the pedagogically effective use of ICT to support and enhance teaching, learning and assessment in the classroom.
Digital Marketing – learn essential concepts and skills relating to the fundamentals of digital marketing.
Computing - Learn skills relating to the use of computational thinking and coding to create simple computer programs.
Information Literacy - Learn essential concepts and skills relating to identifying, searching, evaluating, organising and communicating online information.
Data Protection- Learn essential knowledge relating to data protection concepts and principles, data subject rights, the implementation of data protection policies and measures, and regulatory compliance.