Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology
What you will learn in this course
Experience the LearnMe difference
The ICT10115 course is an online course when you study with LearnMe. You can study from home, your workplace, your local library or take your internet connected laptop down to the park. Much of the course can even be viewed using mobile devices. In this Online Course you will be able to view videos, pictures and text as we walk you through the course step by step. Then when you are ready you will complete your assessments online. You will be able to answer the short answer questions, complete online project and show you how you can record your screen so you can demonstrate how great you are at using your computer. It couldn't be easier.
You're never alone when you study ICT10115 online with LearnMe. Apart from our easy to follow Learning Content from our friendly instructors, you can contact our support team though online chat, email and phone. You will also be allocated a dedicated assessor who with be there to assist you with any questions you might have.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The ICT10115 Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology qualification consists of 6 units. The core units introduce basic IT training that teaches students how to operate a personal computer, operate word-processing applications, use the internet and digital devices. The remaining electives will equip you with highly sought-after office skills including the operation of spreadsheets and presentation packages.
In this unit you will learn how to use your computer, access files, use different applications, send and receive emails, use the internet, work with peripheral devices such as printers, manage your security settings and back up your data.
Learn how to create and format documents, customise your page layout, insert images, make tables and print your document.
In this unit you will learn how to access the web, conduct email communications, use web browsers to search the internet, perform online transactions and interact with websites in a safe and responsible manner.
This unit covers the operation of digital devices to support home and business activities, including devices such as digital cameras, video cameras and smart phones and tablets.
Learn how to create spreadsheets, perform basic operations, format spreadsheets, integrate objects and charts, and print spreadsheets.
ICTICT106 OPERATE PRESENTATION PACKAGES (POWERPOINT 2016 LEVEL1)
Discover how presentation packages can be used to enhance presentations. Learn slide design techniques, animations, transitions and more. A person who can create quality presentation is an asset to sales teams, managers and other administrative positions.
EXTRA QCE POINTS
If you need extra points to gain your senior certificate in your state of study, completing the ICT10115 qualification may gain you additional points. You can complete the Certificate 1 in Information, Digital Media and Technology either while you are at school or even after you have completed but and still need additional QCE Points to gain your HSC (High School Certificate).
You can either enrol online directly as student with LearnMe or contact your school who can inquire on your behalf. Your school may already be part of our School Partnership Program. To determine exactly how many QCE points you might gain you should speak with the Student Pathways Coordinator at your school or contact your State’s department for the HSC such as the QCAA in Queensland.
Do you already have skills in IT? If so, you could be holding a nationally recognised qualification.
Getting your IT certificate is easy and you can do it right from your desk. Using our proprietary online skills recognition tool, we can easily take you step by step through proving your skills without you having to leave your home or office.
Our online trainer will guide you through the recognition process one simple step at a time. They will ask you some questions to prove your knowledge on each subject, and then ask you to demonstrate your skills from your own computer. Providing references, your resume or work history, and examples of work you have done can also help the recognition process and our trainer will give you opportunities to include these as evidence.
You don’t have to know it ALL to enroll in a skills recognition course. For every subject that you CAN prove your skills, we can give you a nationally recognised credit in that course. So even if you don’t quite have all the skills, we can provide you with credits on the subjects that you do, and offer training on anything you might need further assistance with.
Before you enrol in the course, please view our Student Handbook for our policies on refunds, privacy and more.
If you have any questions about these requirements please contact us.The ICT10115 Certificate I in Information, Digital Media and Technology is a nationally recognised course.
- A computer with Windows 7, 8, or 10 with audio (headphones are recommended)
- A printer
- Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013 (recommended) or 2016. This includes Office365 users.
- A broadband internet connection for downloading and uploading files
- For your assessments you will need to complete various projects which will require you to access social media websites, install free software and record your screen using free screen recording software. If the software is blocked on your network you can use an alternative recording method such as using a smart phone to upload to YouTube for the assessments that require it.
- Access to a digital device such as a smartphone
- Access to a workplace
- A digital still camera (A smart phone can be used but a dedicated camera is preferred)
- A webcam