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FREE Training

We offer ABSOLUTELY FREE 2-days Computer Appreciation /Internet courses on weekly basis. This training is specifically designed for novice and those that needs to revitalize their computer education.

It is a specially packaged beginners course that teaches all the foundational courses.

The course fee is =N=0.00 and our facilities will definitely impress you; it is corporate, matured, comfortable, organized and highly sophisticated.

It holds every Mondays and the following three (3) courses are taught:

  • Computer Appreciation
  • Operating System I & II
  • Internet Course

See below for the objectives and outlines:

Course Code: M101, Course Name: Computer Appreciation

Course Objectives:

  • confidently define the computer
  • explain how the computer works
  • have a good understanding of hardware and software
  • distinguish between system and application software
  • know what storage devices are all about and their types
  • say something about computer memory (ROM & RAM)
  • physically identify many computer equipment
  • switch on a computer system
  • identify the stages of data processing /information processing
  • know the ethics of the computer environment
  • know those that works in the data processing department
  • know something about computer configuration
  • identify storage devices and know how to take care of them
  • say something about peripheral devices
  • identify various input, output and input/output devices
  • have understanding of what computer system is all about
  • know the methodology of computer functionality
  • have knowledge of computer storage measurement
  • know the convenient way of sitting while working with PC
  • identify major keys on the keyboard and knows thier usage

Outlines:

  • Definition of the computer
  • Input (Data /Program), Processing, Output, etc
  • System
  • Peripheral devices
  • Input devices
  • Output devices
  • Input /Output (I/O) devices
  • Inside the system unit (Processor)
  • Input Processing Output cycle (I-P-O)
  • Memory (ROM & RAM)
  • Storage media
  • Unit of computer storage
  • Drives and drive system
  • Types of diskettes
  • Cares for diskette
  • Hardware and software
  • Types of software
  • Switching on the computer
  • Computer room ethics
  • People that work with the computer
  • Sitting position
  • Peeping into information processing
  • Notable keyboard keys & their usage
  • Computer configuration


Course Code:
M102, Course Name: Operating System I & II

Course Objectives:

  • Know the meaning, origin and type of GUI environments
  • Have good knowledge about Microsoft Windows as a GUI
  • Have learnt the characteristics and features /facilities of Windows
  • Get a computer started with Microsoft Windows
  • Be able to explain Windows Desktop and Itsí Icons
  • Identify the taskbar, its content and knowing its usage
  • Confidently describe the use of all the commands on the start menu
  • Understand the use of the Control Panel
  • Identify Applications and Document Windows
  • Identify and know the function of the cursor
  • Identify and know the use of al the windows components
  • Be able to start an application, minimize, maximize and close
  • Have good understanding of how to use Dialog Boxes
  • Familiar with numerous windows terminologies
  • Know how to customize a windows desktop
  • Create shortcut for windows applications and documents
  • Adjust computer date and time
  • Work with program groups and program items
  • How to select /highlight object within applications
  • Conveniently switch between running applications
  • Able to use the FILE and EDIT menuís commands
  • Launch and use numerous windows accessories
  • Use windows explorer conveniently
  • Know windows multi-tasking and multi-document features

Outlines:

  • Introduction to Operating System
  • Initial Mode of Using Computers
  • Types of Operating System
  • Machine Dependencies of O/S
  • Another Class of Operating System
  • WINDOWS Operating System
  • Booting Up Your Computer System
  • After Booting, Whatís Next?
  • Peeping at Windows
  • The New Face of Microsoft Operating System
  • After Booting Process
  • File Naming Convention
  • Wildcard Characters
  • Folderís Dynamics
  • Using the mouse
  • Introduction To GUI
  • Types To GUI
  • Introduction To Windows
  • Characteristics Of Windows
  • Other Facilities
  • Starting Windows
  • The Desktop Area
  • The Desktop Icons
  • The TaskBar
  • START MENUís Commands
  • The Control Panel
  • Windowís Application
  • Types Of Windows
  • The Cursor
  • The Windows Components
  • Starting Application
  • Running Applications
  • Minimizing a window
  • Maximizing a window
  • Closing a window
  • Moving a window
  • Sizing an application windows
  • Application Control Button
  • Window Dialog Box
  • Other Windows Terms
  • Customizing Desktop
  • Creating Shortcut
  • Adjusting Computer Date & Time
  • Working With Programs Group
  • Removing application or group
  • Selection /Highlighting Of Objects
  • Switching Between Applications
  • Using Menu Commands (File & Edit)
  • Windows Accessories /Utilities
  • Windows Explorer


Course Code: M103, Course Name: Internet Course

Course Objectives:

To presents the entire concept of the internet to the student in a practical-oriented manner.

  • Understanding origin, purpose, features and goodies of internet
  • Ability to start and use popular browser called internet explorer
  • Skills required in visiting websites
  • Accessing of FREE e-mail and websites creation sites
  • Using Search engine effectively
  • Performing Advance Searching
  • Opening and accessing e-Mails
  • Sending and Receiving e-Mails
  • Downloading Internet Information
  • Chatting With Someone on the Internet
  • Accessing International Information
  • Participating In Internet Business (e-Commerce, e-Business, etc)

Outlines:

  • Introduction
  • What is Internet
  • Type of Information on the Internet
  • Services Available on the Internet
  • Understanding the WWW
  • Using Favorites
  • ISP
  • WWW
  • Web Page
  • HTML
  • Browsers
  • Web Index
  • Search Engines
  • IP Addressing
  • Domain Name
  • URL
  • TCP /IP
  • FTP
  • HTTP
  • Telnet
  • WAIS
  • E-Mail, etc

You must register to attend, limited space are available. Please click here to register.