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  • Objectives
    The skills learned in this program are required by private companies, government or manufacturing companies. This advanced program will assist graduates to obtain careers in the administrative, clerical, or any type of support role in an organization both large and small.
  • Academic Title
    Microcomputer Applications - Business Software Specialty Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    Level One
    CDEV1080     Job Search

    Description: This course is designed to prepare participants for the work required to find a job. It presents inside information on finding a job and teaches skills that produce results. Objectives will be selected for participants according to personal background and goals.
    Hours: 15
    Credits: 1

    COMM1390     Business Communications

    Description: Communication is the exchange of information between two or more people. This course will enable the student to increase his/her skills in communications. Objectives will include oral skills, critical thinking and basic communication tips. The course will be customized to meet an individuals needs and focus on expanding their communication skills where required.
    Hours: 15
    Credits: 1

    COMP1420     Microsoft Word Core
    Description: Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows This course was designed to teach participants how to use Word for practical business use to create such items as: single and multiple page documents, memos, faxes, envelopes, labels, basic reports, resumes, and time sheets. A strong emphasis will be placed on using the correct format and on proofing the final product.
    Hours: 40
    Credits: 3

    COMP1440     Microsoft Excel Core
    Description: This course was designed to teach participants how to use Excel to create professional looking business worksheets such as budgets, marketing, and sales reports, expense reports, invoices and purchase orders, and basic financial statements. A strong emphasis will be placed on using the proper format as well as understanding and using the correct formulas and functions in a worksheet.
    Hours: 40
    Credits: 3

    COMP1450     Microsoft Windows
    Description: Prerequisite: Computer Technology This course was designed to introduce the participant to the basic concepts and uses of the Windows environment as it is used in business. Participation in numerous hands-on exercises will enhance the learning experience.
    Hours: 30
    Credits: 2

    COMP1460     Microsoft Word Expert
    Description: Prerequisite: Microsoft Word - Core This course was designed to teach participants how to use Word to create more advanced business documents such as personalized form letters, formal reports, technical reports, proposals and studies, newsletters, brochures, manuals, and forms. A strong emphasis will be placed on creating or using the correct document for a specific application.
    Hours: 40
    Credits: 3

    COMP1470     Microsoft Excel Expert
    Description: Prerequisite: Excel Core This course was designed to teach participants how to make professional looking worksheets more user friendly. A strong emphasis will be placed on templates, validation, comments, and protecting a worksheet, as well as the database features of this program.
    Hours: 40
    Credits: 3

    COMP1480     Microsoft PowerPoint
    Description: Microsoft Windows This course was designed to provide the participant with the necessary skills required to create professional looking presentations that are frequently required in business. A strong emphasis will be placed on creating a professional presentation and the various types of delivery methods that are used in business.
    Hours: 20
    Credits: 1

    COMP1490     Microsoft Access - Introduction
    Description: This course was designed to introduce participants to the basic concepts and uses of Access. Participants will design databases, work with Access objects and create tables. Participants will also work with the table information, create and work with queries, and create forms and reports. A strong emphasis will be placed on the design and testing stages of a proper working database.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

    COMP1500     Microsoft Access - Intermediate

    Description: This course was designed to introduce participants to the intermediate concepts and uses of Access. Participants will learn to enhance a fully functional database by adding charts, using filters and calculating queries, improving on the forms and reports on macros. A strong emphasis will be placed on maintaining a working database.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

    COMP1510     Advanced Windows
    Description: Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows This course introduces the intermediate features of Windows. Participants use advanced file management features, registered file types, and the FIND utility and establish startup settings. Participants also work with system tools and use advanced features.
    Hours: 30
    Credits: 2

    INFO1290     Introduction To Networks
    Description: Networking has become an integral part of the work environment. This course will provide an overview of how networks are logically and physically designed and constructed. Participants will learn the terminology and benefits of a local area network. Topics covered include an overview of Novell NetWare, understanding user rights and the role of a network administrator.
    Hours: 20
    Credits: 1

    INFO1310     Computer Technology

    Description: This course provides praticipants with a hands-on introduction to the basic concepts and terms used in the world of personal computers. Upon completion of the course, participants will know how a computer can work with them to perform a variety of tasks in a business environment.
    Hours: 35
    Credits: 2

    INFO1320     The Internet

    Description: This course was designed to introduce the participant to the basic concepts/uses of the Internet for business. Participants will gain hands-on experience with the most common features used in a typical business application. A strong emphasis will be placed on communications and research.
    Hours: 25
    Credits: 2

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