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The digital skills are important for each of us. This course is designed to introduce participants to what can be accomplished using a computer. This is done by using popular software application programs such as web browser, word processor, spreadsheet, presentations, database or email program in a diverse and multinational environment. It is this environment that facilitates quick and deep learning in English language.
Boot camp programs are an effective way to teach small groups to acquire skills in new technologies in a short period of time. During the bootcamp, participants will carry out typical tasks found in a real business setting. Peer learning will also be encouraged, along with the use of internet for finding relevant information, communicating and sharing information with others.
The intent of this course is to introduce computer knowledge and skill sets that a participant can acquire and then apply these in a collaborative way using a computing device.
This course is offered with the collaboration between EAEC and Association TEAM 4 Excellence
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this module, trainees are expected to:
Before applying under Key Action 1, schools and adult education organisations must develop a European Development Plan. This plan is part of the application form. It outlines the needs of the institution/organisation in terms of quality development and internationalisation, and how their planned European activities will meet those needs.
The purpose of the European Development Plan is to ensure that the planned activities are relevant both for the individual participants and for the organisation as a whole, as activities have a higher impact on the quality of teaching and learning when they are well-integrated in the organisation's strategic development.
Use the below Course Highlights to build your European Development Plan for this course: