C01 – Information Communication Technology Technicain – ICTT-L3

The Computer Applications Assistant (CAA) course at One World Foundation is designed for beginners looking to enter the IT field. Covering essential computer skills, this course prepares students for NVQ Level 3 certification. Students will learn to operate various software applications, manage files and folders, perform word processing, and use spreadsheets and databases effectively.

Course content includes basic computer operations, word processing, spreadsheet management, database management, and internet usage. Students engage in hands-on activities to develop their practical skills in using popular software applications such as Microsoft Office. The course also covers basic troubleshooting and maintenance of computer systems.

Graduates of the CAA course are well-prepared for entry-level positions in IT support, administrative roles, and other positions that require basic computer skills. In Sri Lanka, there is a growing demand for individuals with IT skills, and this course provides a strong foundation for further studies and career advancement in the IT field.

The NVQ Level 3 certification is a nationally recognized qualification that demonstrates the holder’s competence in a range of IT skills. It is a valuable credential for anyone seeking to start a career in the IT industry, as it is widely recognized by employers across various sectors.

In addition to technical skills, the course also emphasizes the development of soft skills such as communication, problem-solving, and teamwork. These skills are essential for success in any professional setting and help graduates stand out in the job market.

Overall, the CAA course provides a comprehensive introduction to the IT field, equipping students with the skills and confidence needed to succeed in their careers. It is an excellent starting point for anyone looking to enter the world of IT and gain a recognized qualification that opens up a wide range of opportunities.

3 Months, 08.30 am to 02.30 pm
6 Months, Sat/Sun 8.30 am to 1.30 pm