Functional Skills ICT Student Book for Levels 1 & 2 (Microsoft Windows 7 & Office 2010) by CiA Training Ltd.
  

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Functional Skills ICT Student Book for Levels 1 & 2 (Microsoft Windows 7 & Office 2010) by CiA Training Ltd.

This unique and innovative Functional Skills ICT resource provides a comprehensive and practical guide to using technology at home, at work and in education. Written specifically to the Functional Skills ICT syllabus for levels 1 and 2, this book is a comprehensive and practical study guide for use in all standalone Functional Skills qualifications or as part of the GCSE, apprenticeship and diploma courses. Feature include: A flexible and original approach to Functional Skills; Written specifically for levels 1 and 2 of the syllabus; Designed with support from educators and assessment experts; Covers all of the content that students need to know to pass the exams; Realistic work-based scenarios with ICT problems to solve; Set in a fun and engaging theme park with 8 environments to explore; Illustrated characters introduce key concepts and professional practices; A range of interesting and challenging step-by-step exercises; Specific instructions for using Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2010; Simple language that is accessible to all age ranges and abilities; Ready-made data files available to download and use; A focus on independent learning and confidence building; Hints and tips to encourage creativity and effective planning; Practice assessments to help reinforce learning.

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Paperback
340 pages

Author

CiA Training Ltd.
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Publisher

CiA Training Ltd

Publication date

15th August 2011

ISBN

9781860059650


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